If your vacation home, or even your primary residence, is on a lake, river, or ocean, you must enjoy spending time near or on the water or you wouldn’t have purchased the property. Whether you have a bass fishing boat or a luxury water cruiser, you probably have a boathouse to store it in. Are you happy with the appearance of your boathouse marine door? Or are you looking for an upgrade?
You want a new garage, but you have to consider all the specifics. Part of that is determining which garage door is right for you and which opener will lift and drop it efficiently. While it might seem as simple as choosing a color and design you like, it goes beyond that!
Ah, the feeling of pulling into your driveway and getting ready to walk into your warm, cozy home. It’s been a long day at work—made to feel even longer by the fact that the sun seems to set after lunchtime these days. You reach up to your sun visor to press the button on your garage door opener and… nothing. You push it again and again, even getting out of your car in the cold to hold it nearer the door. What in the world? You know that there’s nothing wrong with your remote since you just checked it a few days ago. The situation is even worse than a broken remote. You have to reprogram your LiftMaster Chamberlain opener system! Shoot.
Power outages happen no matter where you might live. We’ve all experienced them before. There are few things as stressful – coming home to a house with no lights or waking up to the fact that you’ve overslept because with no power your alarm clock doesn’t work. And being without electricity has implications for just about every area of our lives, and that includes something as seemingly simple as getting out of the house.
When most people think about spring break, they think about fun in the sun. However, that’s not always the case, especially when we’re talking about the garage door spring breaking. These can be quite dangerous to people and property.