• Maximize Your Home’s ROI With Garage Door Insulation

    Author: Garadry | August 3, 2018


    When most homeowners think of increasing home value, they tend to associate such projects with kitchen and bathroom renovations, a new outdoor deck or patio, or new windows. Many homeowners fail to realize that there's a very affordable, value-adding opportunity present to them, as long as their homes have a garage: garage door insulation. Yes, a garage does more than provide a place for your vehicles and yard tools — it also acts as somewhat of a window to the home.

    This post is designed to explain what garage door insulation is, its benefits and the type of value it can add to your home.

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  • Solutions To Common Garage Door Problems

    Author: Garadry | July 16, 2018

    When your garage door doesn’t work the way it should, it’s usually pretty obvious. Your garage door is built to open and close. What’s less obvious, however, is what the problem may be and how you can fix it. Because it’s easy to take our garage doors for granted, any problem with your garage door can seem like a disaster that requires professional intervention. However, that’s not always the case. Many garage door problems can be dealt with yourself — as long as you know what to look for and how to handle it.

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  • Proper Garage Door Maintenance

    Author: Garadry | July 16, 2018

    A well-maintained garage door is more important than many homeowners know. Not only does a properly functioning garage door help protect your belongings and property by keeping them secure, but it also plays a crucial role in the energy efficiency of your home. A garage door that isn’t taken care of can allow all sorts of unwanted things into your garage — including vermin, drafts and water. These all have the potential to cause serious damage to anything inside your garage as well as raise your energy bills through inefficiency.

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  • Six Things To Consider Before You Buy A New Garage Door

    Author: Garadry | June 4, 2018
    If you’re like most people, you probably don’t spend much time thinking about your garage door. In fact, you probably only pay attention to it for those moments when you need it to go up or down. However, the truth is, your garage door does a lot of work — even when you’re not thinking about it. A high-quality garage door not only keeps your garage safe and looking good, but it also can save you money on your energy bills. If you’re in the market for a new garage door, don’t assume one is as good as another. Here’s a list of six factors to consider before buying your next garage door.
  • How To Hire The Best Garage Door Repair Company

    Author: Garadry | June 4, 2018
    Your garage door is one of the biggest investments on your house because of all the work it does. If it malfunctions, you want to be sure that you can get it fixed as quickly as possible. Not only does a faulty garage door create a serious inconvenience for you, but it also creates a safety hazard - leaving your garage vulnerable to intruders and energy loss. To get your garage door back to perfect working order, you need to find a reliable garage door repair company. Yet there are so many options out there, you may not know where to begin. With that in mind, here are some tips for finding a garage door repair company you can trust.
  • What Stops Your Garage Door From Opening When It's Cold Out?

    Author: Garadry | June 4, 2018
    There are a lot of reasons why it’s harder to get the day started in winter. It can be tough to get motivated when you wake up and it’s still dark outside, for example. You may not want to get bundled and brave another day of subzero temperatures. You almost certainly don’t look forward to another commute made longer by slick roads. Your garage door may have a hard time getting started in winter, too, but for different reasons. If you’re having winter issues with the garage door, here are some of the most common causes.
  • The Heat, The Cold And Their Impact On Your Garage Door

    Author: Garadry | March 29, 2018
    Your garage door is always working, even when it's not moving. That's because your garage door is one of the most important structures protecting your garage from a number of threats - including water, pests and debris from outside. Your garage door stands as a guardian against the elements year-round, which means it is exposed to the most severe conditions without a break.
  • Different Uses For Garadry Threshold Seals

    Author: Garadry | March 22, 2018
    There's no doubt that regardless of what type of garage or garage door you have, Garadry's line of residential and commercial garage door threshold seals are perfect for protecting your garage from invaders that can get through gaps under your door. Our weatherstripping seals keep out dirt, water and pests. They also prevent heat or cool air from escaping under your garage door - making your garage more energy-efficient. However, what you might not know is that our threshold seals can do more for you and your home or business. Garadry's garage door seals can help solve some common problems with a little creativity. Here are a few ideas to consider.
  • Signs That Your Garage Door Needs Weatherstripping

    Author: Garadry | March 15, 2018
    It's easy to tell when your home needs some extra protection against the weather - there's a chilly draft somewhere. When your garage isn't completely sealed from the outdoors, however, it can be a little more difficult to determine. Many people, after all, expect their garages to be drafty. Garages typically are not heated, and there's less insulation.
  • How To Level A Garage Door

    Author: Garadry | February 8, 2018
    Your garage door is probably the largest door on your entire home. Yet no matter how big it is, it can still be as good as gone if it's not properly leveled. That's because if your garage door is uneven, it means there can be gaps between it and the floor of your garage. Thus, even when your garage door is closed, it's actually not. Believe it or not, a gap of less than an inch can provide an easy entranceway for many of the things you don't want getting into your garage.

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