Archive: March 2021
A quick search on Pinterest for “workshop plans” or “workshop layout” will bring up detailed illustrations for all sorts of plans, sophisticated to simple. More complex plans are available for carpenters and woodworkers using their shop on a regular basis, but we are going to
Own an aluminum or steel garage door long enough, and you will eventually own garage door dents. This is especially true if you have kids. Soccer balls, baseballs, and horseplay can wreak havoc on your garage door. Dents can become quite unsightly — making your
If you’re planning on installing windows for a garage door, there’s a few important things to keep in mind. We’ve seen a few cases where homeowners take a do-it-yourself approach and take it upon themselves to cut out openings and install the windows themselves. Unfortunately,
A well-maintained garage door can often last you a decade or longer. Unfortunately, this doesn’t also apply to your garage door parts. Chances are, you’ll need to replace things like screws, springs, hinges, and rollers long before you’ll need to buy a new garage door.
Replacing a Garage Door? Give the Old One a New Use! While garage doors are made to last a long time, they will eventually break down. When new garage doors are imminent, repurposing the former one is probably not a thought that crosses most people’s