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    Protect Your Garage This Winter

    If your home or business has a garage, you know how integral it is to the function of your space. As a transitional space in the home, upkeep of the garage is often unduly overlooked. Whether it’s used for vehicle housing, extra storage, or as a workspace, you want your garage to be as functional and as safe as possible. With more businesses working from home, security needs are changing drastically, and there is a need for added protection in all areas. Luckily, there are great options to protect and maintain your garage space this winter.

    Keep Your Garage Protected This Season

    The best method of overall protection for garages is by installing security shutters. These are roll-up shutters often made of metal that add an extra layer of protection around the garage. They can be installed inside or outside of the garage and are especially important for structures that include windows. These shutters not only add a physical layer of protection, but they also help keep wandering eyes from seeing inside and block sun from fading or damaging any objects you have indoors. They are effective against vandalism, as they can keep your physical garage door from being accessible to the public.

    Maintaining your garage’s regular door is also imperative to the safety and usability of your garage as a whole. Old garage doors can cause issues, and unsolved problems can lead to permanent damage to your garage’s equipment. In order to ensure that your car and garage remain accessible and safe, garage doors should be repaired or replaced immediately upon discovery of a problem, or every 10-15 years if problems do not arise.

    Call the Experts at American Door Today

    Avoid finding yourself stuck and schedule an appointment with American Door today. With over 25 years of experience, the experts at American Door lead the industry in security shutter installation and garage door maintenance. Contact us today!

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