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5 Tips To Organise Your Garage

If you’re like most homeowners, your garage probably serves as a catchall for everything that doesn’t fit or belong in your house. Yours may have camping gear, paint cans, patio furniture, bicycles and holiday decorations stuffed in every corner and shoved up against every wall. Although this makes the garage one of your most useful spaces, it also makes it one of the most disorganized. If you want to avoid searching for a garden tool or baseball mitt when you could be getting chores done or relaxing with your kids, you’ll need some effective garage optimization ideas. Here are five garage organization tips and tricks you can use to wrestle your space back into shape.

Garage Door Weather Seals Explained

Your home’s garage door does a lot to protect your property. As the first line of defense against the elements, it blocks most of the weather, debris and pests found outside. However, any gaps in your door provide an opportunity for them to enter your garage. The results can be disastrous. Rain and melting snow can leak under your garage door and soak your belongings. Dirt, leaves and other debris can get inside and make your space a mess. Mice, insects and snakes can find their way into your property, building nests and spreading disease. To make sure your door provides the strongest level of protection against these threats, a garage door weather seal from Garadry is the best choice.

Six Things To Consider Before You Buy a New Garage Door

If you’re like most people, you probably don’t spend much time thinking about your garage door. In fact, you probably only pay attention to it for those moments when you need it to go up or down. However, the truth is, your garage door does a lot of work — even when you’re not thinking about it. A high-quality garage door not only keeps your garage safe and looking good, but it also can save you money on your energy bills. If you’re in the market for a new garage door, don’t assume one is as good as another. Here’s a list of six factors to consider before buying your next garage door.

Different Uses For Garadry Threshold Seals

There's no doubt that regardless of what type of garage or garage door you have, Garadry's line of residential and commercial garage door threshold seals are perfect for protecting your garage from invaders that can get through gaps under your door. Our weatherstripping seals keep out dirt, water and pests. They also prevent heat or cool air from escaping under your garage door - making your garage more energy-efficient. However, what you might not know is that our threshold seals can do more for you and your home or business. Garadry's garage door seals can help solve some common problems with a little creativity. Here are a few ideas to consider.

How Wide Is a Garage Door?

You probably never think about the width of your garage door until it suddenly becomes a necessary question. Here are some scenarios in which you'll need to know how wide your garage door is.

Teamwork Seals the Deal to Really Protect Your Garage

There are a lot of famous teams in history known for providing protection: Batman and Robin, the Lone Ranger and Tonto, Starsky and Hutch. Those duos have shown us that teamwork is the best way to protect what we care about. The same principle should apply to keeping our garages safe from outside threats.

How to Keep Pests Out of The Garage

If you live in the Southeastern United States — including Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, etc. — you know there’s no off season for pests. Insects, mice, rabbits and snakes have their run of the outdoors all year, thanks to the warmer climate.

Top 5 Garage Organisation Ideas

Compared to the rest of the house, your garage does a lot of work without getting a lot of attention. In addition to protecting your car from the elements, your garage serves as a catch-all storage space for all of those items you can’t find room for in your house or don’t want to store in your regular living space (unless you happen to be one of those people who doesn’t mind the scent of motor oil in your dining room). Since the garage is the place for all those items we need but don’t want to see all of the time, that means we often take an “out of sight, out of mind” approach. As a result, we typically don’t spend as much time thinking about the “feng shui” of our garages the way we do our living rooms and kitchens.