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Why Your Commercial Garage Door Needs to be Insulated

Why Your Commercial Garage Door Needs to be Insulated Commercial garage doors aren’t designed to remain closed, no matter what the temperate is outside. When the weather gets frigid, as it does in the Midwest in January, opening and closing your commercial garage doors can quickly affect how it feels inside your workplace. It also affects your energy bill. Installing an insulated commercial garage door, like Overhead Door’s Thermacore® Series, offers the highest levels of thermal efficiency, air infiltration and wind load resistance. This means a commercial garage door that’s insulated can help regulate the temperature inside your building, even when you have to open and close your door.
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How Commercial Garage Doors Protect Your Business

How Commercial Garage Doors Protect Your Business Security is a top concern for most businesses. And while companies will invest in security systems, like cameras, they don’t always consider a potential security risk – their commercial garage door. If your commercial garage door is outdated, it might leave your business open to multiple threats.
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How to Insulate Your Garage This Winter

How to Insulate Your Garage This Winter Anyone who lives in the Midwest knows just how important insulation is in winter. When temperatures drop below freezing, your body and home need an extra layer of protection to keep heat in and the cold out. Your garage door is no different. A garage door without insulation is like a light jacket, which doesn’t do much good when it’s below freezing outside. But add insulation and now your garage door is like a goose down parka, which can stand up to the coldest temperatures. Besides keeping the cold at bay, insulation also acts as a barrier between street noise and your garage, ideal if your garage is attached to your home.
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How to Turn Your Garage into a Haunted House

Turn Your Garage Into a Haunted House Halloween is around the corner. Make it an event for trick or treaters by turning your garage into a haunted house. Your garage is the perfect backdrop for a haunted house or any other type of special occasion. The floor is easy to clean in the event of spills. You don’t have to worry about moving lots of furniture. And you can control the temperature by leaving the door open or closed. Once you park your vehicles elsewhere, your garage becomes a big, blank canvas for frightening fun.
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How to Choose the Best Garage Door for Your Business

How to Choose the Best Garage Door for Your Business A commercial garage door is much different than a residential garage door. Where a residential garage door protects your home and looks great, commercial garage doors have other purposes.
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Your Residential Garage Door Questions Answered

Your Residential Garage Door Questions Answered A residential garage door helps keep your vehicles and home safe and provides curb appeal. But that doesn’t mean homeowners don’t have questions about the best way to maintain or even replace it. Here are some top FAQs about commercial garage doors.
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Telltale Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Commercial Garage Door

Telltale Signs It's Time to Replace Your Commercial Garage Door A commercial garage door has the important task of allowing you to securely conduct business. A quality commercial garage door can do a lot more though. Insulated doors can help maintain the temperature inside your building. Fire rated doors meet fire safety standards. Aluminum glass doors give your commercial building attractive curb appeal.
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Maintenance Tips to Extend the Life of Your Garage

Maintenance Tips to Extend the Life of Your Garage Garage doors are an important part of your house, but they don’t always get the attention they need. Regular maintenance can help keep your garage door looking great and running like it should for a long time. 
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5 Facts About Commercial Garage Doors

5 Facts About Commercial Garage Doors
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Five Ways to Avoid Snow Coming in Your Garage

It is bad enough having to walk through ice and snow outside of your house in the winter, but your garage should be safe and dry, right!? Water and snow can be tracked or blown into your garage, causing slick spots or even damaging your door. Here are some ways to avoid it.
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