The garage can easily become a catch-all for items that don’t have a home. Because of that, your garage can become a cluttered space. How can we fix this? Aside from donating or throwing away the items you no longer use, you’ll need some creative ways to organize your garage.
When purchasing a new garage door, the choices can seem overwhelming. Between the options like material, windows, and color, there are the technical choices like Wi-Fi connectivity, mounting options, and noise reducing parts, there are a variety of decisions to make. These five things you should know before buying a new garage door.
One of the most important aspects of our business is who we choose to partner with, and we have loved working with LiftMaster. They have developed a wide range of garage door openers that suit a variety of needs. Whether you’re looking for reliability or one that will connect with your smart home, LiftMaster has the garage door you’re looking for.
We often don’t think about our garage doors until they need a repair. If your garage door breaks, it’s important to know what to look out for. We want your garage door to help your family, which means it’s important to keep it in optimum condition. It could be that the problem lies in a mechanical issue or it just needs some extra care, so it’s ideal to check these problems early.
Spring is almost here, which means it’s time to freshen up your garden. Even though winters in Southern California aren’t exactly harsh, our gardens could still use some extra care. Take some time this month to clean up your current garden and plan out some great new additions for a garden you’ll love showing off.
The garage is often a place where clutter accumulates, and now is the time to get to work on decluttering the space. It can feel overwhelming to work through the clutter, but we promise, it’ll feel amazing once you come home to a clean space. And finding what you need without rummaging through boxes? Even better.
Owning a home means inevitable home repairs, which means added expense. But, there are a variety of home repair projects that you don’t need a professional for. With a few key tools and some time, you’ll be able to save some money. These home repairs range from plumbing to deadlocks, giving you a chance to fix problems before they get worse.
While we may not be able to completely transform our house into a fully automated smart home, there are ways to upgrade without breaking the bank. Smart home technology has grown a lot over the past few years, giving us a variety of options at different price points.