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Common Garage Door Repairs (And What They’ll Cost You)

Every time something breaks or stops working around your home the first thing that pops into your mind is, “How much is this going to cost?” Unfortunately owning a home requires maintenance and that comes with a cost. Some home repairs can be done by yourself but others require a professional. We believe garage door repairs fall under that category. 
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The Scariest Things That Can Happen To Your Garage Door 

Between horror films in theaters, haunted house attractions, creepy cornfield mazes and everything else that goes bump in the night, October is just a scary month. But, in our opinion, there are few things scarier than something happening to your garage door. 
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Get Your Fall Weather Prep On!

Now that the outdoor temperatures aren’t soaring into the 80s and 90s on a daily basis, it’s a great time to show your garage a little love before fall arrives. Your garage has likely been a dumping ground this summer for all your warm-weather projects. Spend a Saturday afternoon - while the temperature is still nice - to check these items off your fall to-do list. 
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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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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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Garage Door 101

 Your garage door is an intricate piece of machinery that serves many functions; it is an extra door to your home, a security system and it protects your vehicles from inclement weather. We know a thing or two about garage doors. The upward-lifting door and electric garage door opener was invented by our founder, C.G. Johnson, in the 1920s.
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Get These 7 Projects Done Before Fall Arrives

The weather seems great right now, but it can turn-on-dime and be cold with even ice and snow. Don’t wait until it is miserable outside to complete some much-needed garage projects. Get them done now before fall arrives.
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