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Becoming a landlord can be one of the most exciting and rewarding experiences of your life? Are you going to be a first-time landlord soon? Perhaps, you’re busy fixing up a rental property. Consider installing a new garage door on the home you plan to rent to a tenant. Investing in a new garage door sooner rather than later is especially important if the current one on the home doesn’t work properly. Besides improving your rental’s cub appeal, you will likely attract more potential tenants to it. On this blog, I hope you will discover the amazing benefits of installing a new garage door on a beautiful, rental property. Enjoy!

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4 Signs That Your Garage Door Is In Need Of Repair
10 March 2017

You probably pull in and out of your garage multip

Winter Is Over: 3 Steps To Get Your Garage Door Opener Ready For Summer
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Now that winter is just about over, it's time to g

4 Tips For Maintaining Your Garage Door
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Although you might often overlook it, your garage

5 Garage Storage Tips To Prevent Fires
28 February 2017

The last thing that you probably want is to arrive

When Do You Need a New Garage Door?
28 February 2017

A garage door isn't meant to last forever, but the

4 Signs That Your Garage Door Is In Need Of Repair

You probably pull in and out of your garage multiple times a week, but if you're like many homeowners, you probably don't spend a lot of time thinking about your garage door or your garage door opener. Like most things in a home, garage doors and garage door openers don't remain in pristine condition forever-- at some point your garage door will probably need to be repaired or replaced. Some common signs that your garage door or your garage door opener are in need of repair include: Read More 

Winter Is Over: 3 Steps To Get Your Garage Door Opener Ready For Summer

Now that winter is just about over, it's time to get your home ready for summer. Part of that preparation includes providing maintenance for your garage door opener. During the winter months, your garage door was exposed to freezing temperatures. Operating under those conditions can wreak havoc on your garage door opener. Luckily, with proper maintenance, your garage door can overcome those harsh circumstances in time for the warm weather. To get your garage door opener ready for summer, here are three steps you should take for proper maintenance. Read More 

4 Tips For Maintaining Your Garage Door

Although you might often overlook it, your garage is one of the most functional components of your home. To put this in perspective, just think to yourself how much of an inconvenience it would be if your garage door stopped working. The better you take care of your door, the less likely it is for this issue to occur. Here are just some of the things you can do to keep your garage door functioning properly. Read More 

5 Garage Storage Tips To Prevent Fires

The last thing that you probably want is to arrive home at the end of a hard day or wake up in the middle of the night only to find that your garage is on fire. However, if you aren't careful, a garage fire could become a problem. One important step is to be careful about how you store items in your garage. These are a few tips to help you prevent garage fires. Read More 

When Do You Need a New Garage Door?

A garage door isn't meant to last forever, but there's also no set point at which you definitely need a new garage door. That's because garage door repair can extend the lifespan of your garage door many times over. Here are some things to note when you're deciding whether to repair or replace your garage door.  When the Labor Is Adding Up You can expect many parts of your garage door to go over time. Read More