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Entering and Exiting: A Door Blog

Do you love solid wood doors, hallow-core doors, French doors, screen doors, security doors, garage doors or any other type of door? If you said yes, we have that in common. Hello. My name is Pat, and I take doors seriously. Whether I'm hanging a bedroom door for my kids, buying new doors for my rental properties or advising a real estate client on new doors, I take the task seriously, and I spend a lot of time researching. After years reading about and testing multiple types of doors, I have decided to share my wealth of knowledge. Please explore, and I hope you like what you find.


Entering and Exiting: A Door Blog


Why Should You Replace or Repair a Rusted Garage Door Spring?

Your garage door system uses several parts, and the springs are among the most important. They work to balance the weight of the door and ensure you can open the garage smoothly and reliably. Springs should last for many years, but they may sometimes need to be repaired or replaced sooner than expected. One common cause for concern is rust. It's not uncommon for springs to develop rust thanks to the moist interior atmosphere of many garages.

3 Useful Tips For Choosing Bathroom Shower Screens

Modern bathroom renovations are generally a stimulating process. You have the opportunity to play around with different colours, materials and exciting fixtures to revitalize your bathroom space. Installing shower screens is a great place to begin. Shower screens are a great addition when it comes to hygiene, as well as accentuating the aesthetics of your bathroom. However, finding a product that fits and suits your specific needs can be challenging. Here are a few tips for selecting shower screens for your property.

Top Things You Should Know About Getting Your First Annual Fire Safety Statement

If you have just opened up your own business, you might not know all about things like annual fire safety statements. Therefore, if it's your first time needing one of these statements, you might be a bit confused and unsure of what to do. These are some of the things that you're going to want to know about getting your first annual fire safety statement. You Should Do it in a Timely Manner