With fall upon us and winter just around the corner, now is the time to check on the insulation of your garage. In this article, we will provide you with tips on how to save money on energy bills with our step-by-step guide on how to insulate your garage effectively before winter strikes.
So many people decide to get in shape as part of a New Year’s resolution, or even just on a whim throughout the year. Why limit yourself to that “whim” when you could just create a home gym in your garage?
Gone are the days of the traditional garage door opener. With the advanced technology available that makes our lives easier, the garage door opener has entered the realm of smart devices. The LiftMaster by Chamberlain is sure to make your life easier. Find out how now!
Both form and function of garages add increased worth to a home. The overall appearance of the property is more aesthetically pleasing with a well-designed garage adding to the home’s attractiveness, especially when it comes to resale.
Many people are in a situation right now where a home office is needed, but there doesn't seem to be enough space for it. One solution to this problem is looking to your garage. Turning it into a home office will offer a solution that doesn't mean taking up space used for other things in the home.
Have you made the decision to get a heating system for your garage or is your current one showing signs of age? Whether attached to your house or in the backyard, there are several possible solutions for heating your garage.
Just as the term man cave was coined to mean the perfect “male-only” place for guys to get together, indulge in their favorite hobby, watch some sports on TV, play a little pool all the while enjoying a cool beverage, women have come to carve out an area exclusively for them – the she shed.
You step into your garage for a little DIY or even a session at your home gym, and the air is hot and humid or cool and damp. Neither is very inviting. Even more disturbing, they can be the source of rust and corrosion or mold and mildew.
When we look at residential building plans over the last 5 to 7 years, one thing we notice is that garages are having higher and higher interiors – the distance between the floor and ceiling. We can see garages that are well above 9 feet high, and often have ceilings of 12 and even 14 feet.