Maintenance Tips for Your Automatic Garage Door

Posted on: 5 October 2016

Garage doors are the largest moveable components in several homes. If you have invested in an automatic garage door, you are well aware that a good door does not come by cheaply. Therefore, it is important that you know how to care for your door. Here are a couple of useful maintenance tips you should follow to keep your garage door in good shape. Proper track alignment The metal track on which your door moves needs to remain clean and properly aligned to ensure smooth door operation.
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4 Things You Should Do Before Buying a Security Door

Posted on: 23 August 2016

You can improve the security of your home by installing a security door on the main entrance to your home. However, you should not rush to pay for that door until you are sure that it will meet your needs. This article discusses some of the things that you should do before you buy a security door for your home. See the Door A security door is primarily designed to make it hard for intruders to gain entry into your home.
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Teaching Your Cat To Use A Pet Door

Posted on: 19 August 2016

There's no doubt that a pet door can be a boon to the busy cat owner, especially if you are out at work all day.  But how do you teach your cat to use his new pet door?  Read on for some helpful tips. First steps Regardless of whether you have chosen a simple swinging cat flap or a lockable one that is operated electronically or magnetically, it's crucial that your cat understands the basic principles of the pet door.
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3 Ways to Add Curb Appeal With Your Windows

Posted on: 18 August 2016

If you are looking to create more curb appeal with your home, starting with the windows is a good option. Both the style of the window frame and trim to the window glass itself can make a big difference in the aesthetics of the front of your home. Here are some different ways to add curb appeal with your windows. Have the Window Glass Repaired It might not seem like a big deal, but when you have old window glass, especially with visible cracks or chips, it can really take away from the overall appeal of your home.
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