Protect Your Garage Door: Learn How To Control Moisture In Your Garage

Too much moisture in the air is never a good thing, especially when it comes to your garage door. If you have a wooden door, excessive humidity can cause the door and its frame to swell, which can cause the door to rub against the track when it moves. If you have a metal door, the extra moisture can cause the metal pieces of the system to corrode quickly. No matter the setup, moisture issues are never good.   Read More...

4 Signs You Need To Call A Garage Door Repair Expert

If you're like most homeowners, you take your garage door and garage door opener for granted, even though you likely use them on a daily basis. It's not until your garage door or opener encounters an issue that you realize just how important these luxuries are to your everyday routine. No homeowner wants to face unexpected garage door repairs, but if you're noticing any of these potential issues in your home's garage, it may be time to call a repair expert.   Read More...

Permanent Vs. Removable Storm Panels

Storm panels for your doors and windows are not only a good idea that could save your home, they are often required by law in certain regions. But, storm panels don't always have to be detrimental to your home's style. You can install stylish, plantation shutter style shutters that are permanently installed on the outside of your walls, or you can have removable panels that you just put in place when the time comes.   Read More...

3 Tips For Maximizing The Appearance Of Your Storefront Windows And Doors

The key to making the most money at your business will rest in having an attractive physical location. This can allow you to attract more customers and clients that may be interested in what you have to offer. The first place to start to make this happen is with your storefront windows and doors. Doing all you can to make these as appealing as possible is a good place to start.   Read More...

3 Inexpensive Ways To Increase Sales In Your Store

It's true – 85% of consumers still visit retail physical locations when they shop, although on-line shopping options are a big competitor. This means that you have to find ways to get the attention of shoppers, entice them into your store, and sell your merchandise. There are many pricey ways do this by remodeling your design or store layout, but here are a few ideas that still hold shoppers' attention without breaking the bank.   Read More...