It’s time to start building your new garage, and you know you need something a bit larger than usual since you have a big vehicle. There’s a good chance you have at least a little familiarity when it comes to the standard garage door sizes, but you will find that things can become a little more difficult when you are choosing a door that will work with something like a large SUV or RV.
Have you ever thought about garage door size? If you're putting in a new garage or planning to update the door on a garage you already have, you might have questions. It probably seems that the easiest way to get the project done is by choosing a standard garage door.
Have you been thinking about building a shed or small garage recently? You might have wanted to build one of these types of spaces to store your tractor, ATV, or other small vehicles. Perhaps you want to have a place to store items or to provide you with a place to get away and work on some hobbies. It might be time you considered upgrading the shed by adding an overhead garage door. Of course, you might be wondering whether shed garage doors are available in sizes small enough.
You love the new home that you just bought. It has plenty of room, you love the way it looks, and it’s finally a place to call your own. One of the best features is the garage. It has a nice electric garage door opener, too, making it easy to get into and out of the garage.
If you’ve been seeing mice running around your garage floor, in and out of cracks and crevices in your personal space, that’s never a good sign. It’s not just that you’re sharing your house with an animal intruder; it’s also the risk that mice will make dents in your wood, floors, walls, and, if you’re particularly unlucky, even your garage door opener cables.
You’ve seen them before – full-view garage doors are taking the world by storm. They’re on convenience stores and restaurants, vacation cottages, and pool houses. Are they right for your home, though? Actually, there are a few things that you’ll need to know before you decide to buy an all-glass, full-view garage door.