Maybe you’ve just bought a new home (or a new-to-you home) with an electric garage door opener. Perhaps you’ve been living in the same home for several years but have finally cleared out the garage and can now officially make use of it. While you’ve certainly learned a lot from watching Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on Netflix and using the KonMari Method to clean your garage, there are things you need to do to ensure your safety.
Mice can be cute. They have fuzzy little faces and big eyes. However, their cuteness soon fades away when you realize just how much damage they can do to everything in your garage. They can chew through the garage door opener, which could mean you can’t get into and out of your garage. They can get into your boxes of photos and other keepsakes and damage them with their waste or by simply gnawing through them. You do not want mice or other pests in your garage.
All-glass panoramic garage doors are growing in popularity for the unique view and design they bring to any space. Many progressive restaurants and bars installed them as a way to open up the space and blur the lines between the sidewalk and their establishments. Many homeowners have followed suit and are eager to show off their spaces on social media. You can find a plethora of examples of interesting designs connecting outdoor and inside spaces.
When you're spending so much time at home, you're going to start feeling a little crowded. These days, it's easy to feel like the walls are closing in around us. Imagine being able to spread out-- maybe make a home gym or give the teenagers a space to escape? How about a game room or home office that's not in the middle of the home? Even a master suite could be just what your home needs.