Thanks to the recent damage inflicted by Hurricane Irma and Harvey in Texas and Florida, along with summer about to turn into fall, if you are a homeowner, it may be wise to look into getting a new set of garage doors.
While one can keep their car or other house utensils outside or uncovered from the elements, with the weather changing and about to get colder, one no longer has the luxury of leaving their car, lawnmower or other houseware necessities out in the open.
Additionally, another reason to look into a new set of garage doors is due to the growing heat and electric costs of many modern-day homes. Per the home improvement website, ThisOldHouse.com, various reasons for one to consider adding to the look of their home include insulation and aesthetical value that it could add to a home’s value and curb appeal.
In this day and age of social media apps such as Instagram and home improvement shows such as Property Brothers, House Hunters and Fixer Upper, style and image is everything. And yes, that even pertains to real estate and prospective home buyers, will likely look at the images of your garage door first, before going any further.
Like I said, style matters!
Per garagedoorservice.com, the costs and safety that garage doors offer and would cost in adding to a home, as they are likely to range from $967 and up. And most importantly, safety in the fact that many garage doors coming in a variety of materials such as steel, wood and plastic that offer various benefits.
Today’s new styles and variances of garage doors offer better insulation in keeping houses warmer. Such styles include the traditional raised-panel garage, contemporary and carriage doors, that offer both a classy and functional aesthetic look to any home, per clopaydoor.com
Lastly, with weather changes ranging from heavy rains to subzero snow, getting the best garage door to help keep the elements out and warmth in is a must for any homeowner, so head on down to your local Lowe’s, Walmart or Home Depot to find the perfect home insulation kit for the floors, seals and garage lining, that best fits your style and budget.