Farming has been around for hundreds of years, and we've had farm buildings for nearly as long. They've moved beyond their earliest uses of protecting crops and animals from thievery and dangerous weather.
Your vacation home is a little slice of heaven. Whether it’s on a lake, river, or ocean, you can’t enjoy your recreational property to its fullest without getting out on the water. You need a boat, and that boat needs a boathouse, and the boathouse needs a marine door.
Have you started to experience first hand what technological advancements in smart home equipment offers to you and your family? So have we, and that’s why we are in love with the range of LiftMaster garage door openers by Chamberlin.
Garages have seemingly got more attention by architects and builders in recent years. When you start to look at some of the newer homes and garages built, you will find that the interiors of those garages are getting higher and higher all the time.
Do you know how long a typical electric garage door opener is going to last? Generally, you will be able to expect an opener to last somewhere between 10 to 15 years. Of course, there are outliers at both ends of the spectrum.
If you have one, chances are good that you take it for granted. Your garage door opener is one of the unsung heroes in the world of home appliances. It works tirelessly, day in and day out, year after year. It ensures that you enjoy convenience, that you don’t have to get out in the rain or snow to open the garage door, and it never complains. How much do you know about how it works, though? Most people have very little knowledge of how an electric garage door opener works.
Below, we’ll run through some of the basics of garage door opener operation so you can have more appreciation for what it does to benefit your life day after day.
Maybe you’ve seen a neighbor open their garage door using their phone or your co-worker has told you how convenient it is to use an app to operate their garage door. You have decided you want to have the same ability, so you can ditch your dependence on a remote.
If you’re looking over the plans for your new garage and there seems to be a lot of space over the garage door, you might want to opt for a Jackshaft door opener (AKA a wall-mounted door opener) rather than a trolley type.