Tips for Keeping Your Home's Garage Door in Tiptop Shape

Posted on: 13 June 2017

A garage door is typically very durable and strong; after all, it needs to withstand the occasional errant driver or child on a bike who may run into it, and a garage door also needs to be strong and secure to keep out potential thieves. However, your door's overall condition is often dependent on you and how you maintain it; note a few tips for keeping the home's garage door in tiptop shape and for avoiding any unnecessary damage to the door and its components.
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Choosing Between Different Types of Fireplaces for Your Home

Posted on: 29 May 2017

A fireplace can easily become a dramatic focal point for any room, as well as a convenient way to heat the space without needing to run the furnace. When you are ready to choose a wood or gas heater for the home, note a few differences between their various types, so you can pick the right one for your space and know that you'll be happy with the new heater for years to come.
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Understanding Some Important Terminology When Buying Roller Shutters

Posted on: 28 April 2017

Roller shutters outside your home's windows can help protect them from storms and from someone trying to break in; these can also be installed over a balcony, for security purposes and for when you need a bit of extra shade or sound insulation when enjoying that space. Note a few words and terms to learn when considering the option of roller shutters for your home so you know you get the right type and style, and are happy with those shutters for years to come.
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Five Mistakes to Avoid When Painting Your Garage Door

Posted on: 6 March 2017

If you want to give the exterior of your house a bit of a change, you may want to paint your garage doors. This is an effective way to boost your curb appeal without having to paint your entire house. To ensure the job goes smoothly, you may want to avoid these common mistakes. 1. Don't Use Interior Paint If you have extra interior paint, it can be tempting to put it on your garage door, but unfortunately, interior paint does not work well in the great outdoors.
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