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Why Overhead Door is Better Than Any Big Box Store

Today’s buyer has multiple options for every purchase. The Internet, brick-and-mortar stores, swaps and even second-hand online shopping sites all sell items previously only purchased from local retailers, like furniture, appliances, bathroom vanities and yes, even garage door openers. These online and big box stores claim to have everything you need at the low prices but they can’t compete with your local Overhead Door Red Ribbon Dealer for a garage door. Here’s why: 
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Your answers to these 5 questions can help determine if you need a new garage door.

Upgrade. You hear that word a lot today when it comes to mobile phones, televisions, sound systems and even cars. We’re willing to buy newer models of these items because we know they’ll work better and make our lives easier. So why do homeowners wait for their garage door to break before buying a new one? New garage doors offer benefits way beyond the old, inefficient doors. Plus, money is almost never wasted on buying a new garage door; the ROI on garage doors is more than 97%. Your answers to the following five questions can help you determine if it is time for that old garage door to go. 
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Get to Know Your Garage Door

If you own a home, chances are you’ll replace your garage door at some point. On the surface, this may seem like a simple purchase but there’s more to your door than meets the “eyes”. A garage door serves many functions; it is an extra door to your home, a security system and it protects your vehicles from inclement weather. When you decide to purchase a new door, there are definitely some things to consider. 
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Help! My Garage Door Won’t Open!

There are few feelings as worse as when your garage door won’t open or close. Since normally you’d only open your garage door when you’re coming or going, you don’t have time for it not to work. Fortunately, there are a couple of quick, DIY fixes you can do to get your garage door back on track. 
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How Your Garage Door Affects the Value of Your Home

You’ve lived in and loved your home for years but the time has come to upgrade, downsize or just relocate. A lot of home improvement shows focus on kitchen and bathroom remodels to help your home sell and while these are both great ways to improve your home’s value, there are easier and cheaper upgrades you can make – like installing a new garage door. 
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Revamp Your Garage As Living Space

As your new graduate finishes up their education, you may be tempted to buy them an expensive gift, like a car, to support them in their new independent lives. But it may be a better bet to revamp your garage into new living space instead. Statistics show that rising education costs, credit card debt and a lack of interest in getting married, are all leading graduates to continue to live with their parents longer. Pew Research Center analysis of census data shows for the first time in 130 years, adults ages 18 to 34 are more likely to live in their parents’ home than on their own. 
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3 Small Things You Can Do Now to Refresh Your Garage Door for Summer

on Jul 10, 2019 3:30:00 PM By | Overhead Door of Sioux City and Yankton | 0 Comments | Custom Garage Doors Summer Maintenance
We spend hours outdoors beautifying our yards with pots of flowers, manicured lawns and tidying up entryways. But don’t forget to refresh one of the biggest areas of your house - your garage door. Buying a brand new door is the best thing you can do to update the look of your home but that’s not always an option. If you’re not ready to purchase something new, there are at least three things you can do now to upgrade your garage door. 
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Maximizing Garage Storage

Maximizing Garage Storage  Marie Kondo, the Japanese organizing consultant, and her tidying methods are influencing how we clean and organize our kitchens, closets and basements – so naturally, the garage is next on the list. While some of what we store in the garage may not spark joy (unless we’re talking about the spark of jumper cables), it’s still important to keep them organized and in their proper place for when you need them. Here are some tips to maximize your garage space.
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Garage Door Replacements Offer Huge ROI

Garage Door Replacements Offer Huge ROI  Home renovation projects are big business and big expenses. To remodel a kitchen can cost anywhere from $12,000 to $33,000, on average for minor upgrades, or even more based on finishes, increased square footage, etc. Minor bathroom remodels are about $8,000 to $10,000 on average but could potentially be as high as $20,000. But if there’s one home improvement that should be at the top your list it’s replacing your old, shaky, inefficient garage door with a new, premium door. 
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Use Your Garage Door To Increase Curb Appeal

Between trimming and greening-up your grass, filling flower pots, weeding garden beds, and painting siding and trim, you put a lot of work into improving your home’s curb appeal. But many homeowners overlook one giant piece of your home’s exterior, your garage door. For some home styles, the garage door can take 20 to nearly 50 percent of frontage space. Don’t let this valuable space go to waste. Use it to help boost your home’s curb appeal.
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