2 Ways To Know If Your Garage Door Needs To Be Replaced

Posted on: 3 October 2016

When you have a home you're ready to put on the market or a garage you want to make sure stays secure, you'll want to look at the garage door and determine if it is in good condition. According to the cost vs. value report by Remodeling magazine in November 2010, people who repair their garage doors before a home sale get 84 percent of the cost back when the home sells; it enhances the home's curb appeal and makes sure the garage stays secure.
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Security Shutter Maintenance Tips

Posted on: 3 October 2016

Whether you are trying to protect your home from crime or from bad weather conditions like hurricanes, security shutters can provide you peace of mind. These shutters are made to roll down over windows and doors so that they are protected from breakage. They are relatively common in storm-prone areas or on homes that are often left vacant, such as a vacation home. Proper maintenance is necessary, though, to ensure the shutters work well when you need them.
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3 Ways To Make Your Commercial Sliding Door More Secure

Posted on: 3 October 2016

If your business has a commercial sliding door that opens automatically for customers, it is vital for the safety of your business that you keep that sliding door secure during non-business hours. Here are a few options that will help you increase the security of your commercial sliding door.  #1 Use A Steal Lock One of the easiest ways to make your sliding door more secure is by upgrading the lock on the door.
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How Do Tankless Water Heaters Work?

Posted on: 14 September 2016

Tankless water heaters are becoming more common in homes across the country, however, there are still many homeowners who do not know what tankless water heaters do or why they are desirable. Understanding how these water heaters work and what they can do for you can help you decide whether or not this type of water heater is right for your property. How Do Tankless Water Heaters Work? A tankless water heater functions by heating water as it passes through the heating elements inside the unit.
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