At some point in your life, no matter where you live in the grand world, you’ve likely experienced a major power outage at least once. You may have been a child at the time, or you may have come home to a dark house after a long day at work. Even more devastating, you might have come home from a long trip or a vacation to find the power has been out for a few days and all the food in your refrigerator is spoiled. However, you may just have to spend a few hours entertaining yourself and your children until the problem is resolved. In the end, any time you lose power will have consequences, even if those consequences range in severity.
Do you love the idea of an all-glass garage door? Chances are good that you’ve seen them before – they’re found in restaurants and many other places. You may have even seen them on Instagram and other social media outlets.
If you ask the average family what its 2 most expensive purchases are, the prompt reply will be: our home and our car.
The only front-facing point at which these 2 expressions of expense and personality come together is the garage door.
The front of your business reflects what people see in your business. If you have a garage that’s visible to customers, you need to make sure your commercial garage door makes the right impression. When you’ve been in business for a lot of years and you have a steady base of customers, you don’t want them to see your business looking anything less than its best. Does your business send the right message to the public?
If your garage door got a hostile makeover from a tagger, there are boutique companies who specialize in cleaning it off. But it will cost. If you’d rather spend your disposable income elsewhere, here are some DIY solutions, as well as some tips for success.
For many of us this topic may seem like a no-brainer. Nobody intentionally leaves their garage door open all night. The truth is, it happens. Some find themselves in situations that cause them to rush into the house, and in the process, forget about closing the garage door. Oftentimes, by the time they remember to close the garage door it's too much of a hassle to do it and they just say "It's no big deal. There's nothing to worry about.” That is faulty reasoning.