home to garage doors - what you need to know
When it comes to purchasing a new home, you want to perform a thorough inspection of any property you're considering. One of the areas you don't want to overlook during your inspection is the windows. Finding out that there are problems with the windows after you purchase the home isn't exactly a situation you want to find yourself in. Here are some of the things you want to look for when assessing the condition of the windows.
Locking yourself out of your house can be such a frustrating experience, especially because there's often no one to blame but yourself. At best, when you're locked out without a key you can expect a long, boring wait while the locksmith makes their way to your home or until someone returns with a key. At worst, you could be stuck outside in the rain, snow or severe heat, or worried about the pot you left boiling on the stove inside.
Do you have a garage attached to your home? If so, what kind of door do you have connecting the two? Is the door a fire-proof door? Many homeowners neglect to install a door between the house and the garage that can protect the home from a fire in the garage. Unfortunately, I was one of those people. After my house was severely damaged by fire, water and smoke, I quickly found out that a fire-proof door was supposed to have been installed and wasn't. Visit my site to learn how to install a door that connects your home to your garage to protect your home from garage fires.