Replacing a Garage Door
The garage is typically the first thing that people see when they come to your house, so it’s important to make sure that your home looks good. But sometimes a homeowner may need to replace garage door because of damage or simply for aesthetic purposes. Replacing garage doors can be done quicker and easier than you think with the right materials and know-how!
There are three garage door types that you can purchase and install to replace your old one. You may want to take a look at all of them before making any decisions on which is best for you, especially if this will be your first time replacing an existing garage door. Here’s what each type is used for:
Sliding Doors – These doors open by moving horizontally across one set of tracks until they reach the end and then go back in the opposite direction when needed. They allow easy access into a home while being able to hold many different items easily without taking up too much space
Multi-Panel Doors – These doors provide excellent security as well as ventilation because they include panels that divide it up into smaller sections. These also allow for the ability to open one section at a time without any of them coming loose or going out-of-track
Rolling Doors – Rolling doors are made up of single panels that move vertically on rails until they reach their end and then go back in the opposite direction when needed. They can be wide enough to enter with your vehicle as well as hold many different items easily, but this type may not provide adequate security if left unalarmed