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How Insulated Garage Doors Save You Money

on Jul 20, 2021 8:00:00 AM By | Overhead Door of Sioux City and Yankton | 0 Comments |
It’s that time of year again when temperatures soar to unbearable levels. July heat waves cause many Midwesterners to stay in the air conditioning. While running the air conditioning 24/7 keeps us comfortable, it also increases energy bills. In the winter, most people won’t hesitate to take measures to keep precious heat inside (adding film to windows, stopping air leaks around doors and making sure our homes are well insulated) but these measures are just as important in the summer. A well-insulated home, including one with an insulated garage door, will help maintain the temperature in your home and may even reduce your energy bills.
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Common Commercial Garage Door Repairs

on Jul 8, 2021 8:00:00 AM By | Overhead Door of Sioux City and Yankton | 0 Comments |
When your commercial garage door goes down, not only can production get stalled but it can put your business at risk. A commercial garage door protects your business and its inventory while allowing you to move goods and equipment. Luckily most commercial garage door issues can easily be repaired by a professional garage door company like Overhead Door of Sioux City™ and Overhead Door of Yankton™. Here are some of the most common repairs.
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Throw an Epic but Socially Distanced Garage Block Party

Block parties are nothing new, according to the New York Times, they’ve been around since the 1920s. The premise is to get neighbors together outside to celebrate on the street. But unless you’re willing to file a lot of paperwork with the city, blocking off your street is probably going to be an issue. Instead, convince your neighbors to open their garages for a socially distanced garage block party. 
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Screens for Garage Doors - Friend or Foe?

on Jun 10, 2021 9:00:00 AM By | Overhead Door of Sioux City and Yankton | 0 Comments |
  Most Midwesterners know there are only a handful of gorgeous, warm late-spring days before the mosquitos, flies and other insect pests infiltrate the outside. Installing a commercial garage door bug screen allows your business to keep the garage doors open (and fresh air coming in) while keeping the bugs out.
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Get Your Summer Storage On!

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How Schools Use Commercial Garage Doors

One area where commercial garage doors can make a huge impact is in education. Even the smallest schools receive deliveries, and they must put the safety and security of their students first. That doesn’t mean schools can’t benefit from the latest technology Overhead Door of Sioux City and Yankton™ has to offer in commercial garage doors.
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Make Your Commercial Garage Door Last

on Apr 19, 2021 8:00:00 AM By | Overhead Door of Sioux City and Yankton | 0 Comments | Commercial Garage Doors
A commercial garage door is a big investment, but one that has great ROI seeing as they can last decades. Experts state that a garage door can last anywhere from 15 to 30 years depending on construction quality, maintenance and outdoor conditions. If well taken care of, your commercial garage door will likely outlast your opener. Especially if you’re proactive with regular maintenance.
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How to Connect Your Car’s Garage Door Remote to Your Garage

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When is it Time to Change Your Commercial Garage Door Design?

Commercial garage doors are a necessary part of doing business. These specially built doors allow companies to move vehicles in and out of work areas, accept deliveries and when open, even expand your working space (think restaurants with outdoor eating areas). If you haven’t thought about your commercial garage door in a while, it may be time to upgrade its design. 
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What You Should or Shouldn’t Store in Your Garage

Garages are an integral part of your home. They offer a safe place to park your vehicle and store items essential to your home, i.e., gardening tools, vehicle maintenance supplies and outdoor play equipment. But no matter how tempting it is, not everything belongs in the garage.
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