You’ve finally gotten the last of your moving boxes put away and the garage of your new or new-to-you home is finally free and clear. You’re so excited to be able to finally make use of that space! Now that you’ve mastered the skills in Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on Netflix, and you used the KonMari Method to clean your garage, it’s time to park your car in the space.
Although you love animals and would like to make sure all little animals remain safe and happy, you also don’t want rodents in your garage. Consider just how much damage some mice could do to the items you have there. They might chew through electrical wires and get into boxes. They could nest inside your holiday ornaments. They might even chew through the garage door opener, which you certainly don’t want.
One of the most beautiful scenes you can imagine is sitting inside of your garage when it’s encased in glass. Having a full panoramic view of everything around you can provide some breathtaking moments and is one of the most stunning options when it comes to garage upgrades. You’ve probably seen them at fancy restaurants or attached to fire department and paramedic buildings. You could be the talk of your neighborhood by installing one of these amazing garage doors.
Are your garage doors making creaking noises when opened and closed? If so, it could be an indication that the rollers on the doors need to be oiled or are deteriorated which is even more important for your family’s safety.
Face it - spending more and more time at home makes the walls seem to be closing in on us. Wouldn't you love to have your own gym? Do your teenagers need a little place of their own? Or maybe a game room, music room, yoga room, an office that's a little less "at home", or a personal oasis for a master bedroom more like a large hotel suite? We all dream of having more space.