Compared to the rest of the house, your garage does a lot of work without getting a lot of attention. In addition to protecting your car from the elements, your garage serves as a catch-all storage space for all of those items you can’t find room for in your house or don’t want to store in your regular living space (unless you happen to be one of those people who doesn’t mind the scent of motor oil in your dining room). Since the garage is the place for all those items we need but don’t want to see all of the time, that means we often take an “out of sight, out of mind” approach. As a result, we typically don’t spend as much time thinking about the “feng shui” of our garages the way we do our living rooms and kitchens.
Your garage door is constructed to withstand a lot of abuse, especially from harsh winter weather. Yet your garage door can’t do its job all by itself. No matter how strong and durable a garage door is, it can and will break down over time, if left to face the elements on its own. This can become a big problem for you and your home, because the garage door often is the first and last line of defense your garage has from rain, snow, outside debris and vermin. It’s up to you to make sure your garage door is kept in the best possible condition so it can continue to protect your garage and your home for as long as possible before it needs to be replaced. If you’re interested in learning how to winterize your garage, these tips will help you ensure your garage door is ready for whatever the season throws at it.
Perhaps the most important thing to consider when looking to install a floor threshold seal, is the preparation of the floor itself. If this fundamental step is overlooked or done incorrectly, the effectiveness and the lifespan of the product can be drastically reduced. To help you get the most out of your Garadry product we have compiled this handy guide to take you through the preparation step-by-step...
Your garage should be a haven for your car or anything else that you keep inside of it. However, if there’s a gap between the bottom of your garage door and the floor, it’s almost as if you’re leaving your garage door open all day and all night. Even a gap of less than an inch can lead to serious problems for your car and your belongings. When there’s a gap between your garage door and the floor, unwanted elements from outside have an invitation to come in and wreak havoc...