3 Ways To Customize Your French Doors

Posted on: 27 June 2016

A great type of door to install at the rear exit to your home is a french door. You will generally have two doors installed side by side, giving you a large exit that has many added benefits. While there is a standard look to most french doors, there are still several things that you can do to customize your french doors to look how you would like them too. The options are only limited to what you can think of.
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Before It Falls Down: Spotting Problems In Your Garage Door Springs

Posted on: 30 November 2015

Garage door malfunctions are estimated to cause injuries to approximately 20,000 people each year.  It is recommended that garage doors should be given a simple test each month and a more thorough one annually to catch problems before they become an inconvenience or a hazard to you and your family. One of the specific areas to check is that of the garage door springs. In fact, the more often your garage door is used, the quicker the springs are likely to fail, and special attention must be paid to this.
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3 Garage Door Features You Should Look For

Posted on: 12 November 2015

Are you thinking about upgrading your garage door? Before you head to the store and start looking for a standard, run-of-the-mill system, you should consider the fact that some manufacturers have created devices designed to tackle common garage door complaints. Here are three garage door features you should look for and how they might simplify your life: 1: Self-Diagnosing Doors As soon as your garage door starts squeaking, you might find yourself struggling to figure out what the problem is.
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Creative Things To Do With Your Old Wooden Garage Doors

Posted on: 21 May 2015

If you have had enough with the repairing of your old wooden garage doors and you are ready for a replacement, you might want to think about some creative things to do with the old door. Sure, you could send it to the landfill, but why do that when it might still have plenty of life left in it for other things? Even if you end up not needing it, you might have a friend or family member who could use it for one of the following suggestions.
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