Make Your OLD Garage Door Better With Just a Few Hundred Bucks (Big Bill Saver, Too!)
When it comes to the garage, it’s more than just a room that we can store our ...
When it comes to the garage, it’s more than just a room that we can store our vehicles in. Instead, each and every garage has its own sort of character. Instead of just a room that’s bare and empty, there are also all sorts of additions that can be made to a garage to make it a little bit more functional. At the end of the day, having a space that’s not only prepared for the job at hand but also prepared to be able to keep the occupants comfortable is of paramount importance.
Just about everything in a garage can be upgraded from lights to shelving and even the door to make it a little bit more comfortable and useable. While some of these areas might be obvious, others can tend to be forgotten about.
For example, in order to have a better experience in the garage, we aren’t too sure that many people are considering the rollup garage door itself. However, there are several different additions or subtractions that can be made to an existing door to help with the conditions inside of the garage. You don’t necessarily need to go out and spend thousands of dollars, either, as it would cost this much in many cases to replace the entire door.
Instead, this time, we get a little bit of a DIY from the creator, Jason Explains Things, who takes us inside of replacing everything from weatherstripping to insulation and even the radiant barrier in order to make sure that his garage door is operating in tiptop condition.
The steps could be done by pretty much anybody and for a few hundred bucks, they could improve a space dramatically. In addition, if you do this right and keep up with the maintenance, you’re sure to be paid back on utility bills and maybe even end up saving some money in the long run after all of the improvements are paid for by savings.