How many times have you wished you had just a little more space for that home office you’ve always wanted? If you're not using your garage for more than storage, why not convert it? You’ll get your office and won’t lose any space in the house.
Are you thinking about adding a heating system to your garage? Or you might be thinking of replacing one that is starting to get a bit old. Whether you have a garage in the backyard or attached to your home, there are several choices for heating the space.
For many people, a garage is more a place to store seasonal items and protect vehicles from cold winter weather. But this is a great place to have some summer fun as well! If your garage is well insulated, it can stay cool even on very hot days, so it makes the perfect hang out spot.
If you’ve ever had to move to a new house, you probably already know that the garage is one of the least-fun rooms to pack up for moving day. Many garages act as a catch-all for things that you don’t often need, or where you put those forgotten keepsakes that you can’t get rid of. All that adds up to a space that is a big challenge for moving day.
If you want to get it out of the way early, we’ve put together some tips to make the process easier. Even if you are using a moving company, you can reduce stress and make the entire process smoother by getting started today.
You’ve done a lot of legwork already – you’ve scoured the Internet for information about garage doors. You’ve asked friends, family and even coworkers. You’ve checked out business listings in your area, and you feel that you’re ready. It’s time to buy a garage door.
While that’s great, your work is just beginning. You need to ask several critical questions of any garage door dealer you’re thinking about contracting.
You want to ensure that your pets are safe and sound when you’re away from home during the day, but you also want to keep your house and furniture clean and damage-free, right? If you’re like a lot of pet owners, you may have considered keeping your dog or cat in the garage while you’re away, but is it safe? Yes! You just have to follow a few simple rules to give your pets a safe and comfortable place to stay while you’re out of the house.