Even a small amount of rust has the ability to eat right through the surface of your metal garage door. The good news is, removing this rust and repairing the damage can be a relatively easy task if completed in the early stages of rust development. The step-by-step instructions outlined below can help you to complete these repairs: What You Will Need rough grain sandpaper liquid rust remover wire brush metal epoxy filler rust-resistant exterior spray paint cleaning cloths Step 1: Sand The Rusted Area
15 May 2015
As you get a new set of doors for your garage, the question remains: what should you do with the old ones? Well, you could take the boring option and either junk them or give them away, but where is the fun in that? Here are a few exciting and creative ideas that will let you re-use those doors. Create New Pieces of Furniture Firstly, the long, paneled design of garage doors makes them excellent candidates for repurposing into furniture.
13 May 2015
At the bottom of every good garage door is a thin layer of rubber weatherstripping called a bulb seal. If this bulb seal breaks, you'll suddenly see many more bugs and a lot more moisture coming into your garage. To minimize the risk of a crack forming on your garage door's bulb seal, remember these three tips. Make Sure You Operate The Door At Least Once Every Few Days The longer a bulb seal sits in one place, the less likely it'll be able to move again without tearing.
9 May 2015