Just a quiet Friday night in Oxford – nothing out of the ordinary to report. Somewhere over on Towantic Hill Road, an argument kicks off between a man and a woman, resulting in the woman storming off and driving away in her car. Silence returns to the peaceful neighbourhood, where the up-coming Halloween celebrations are about the scariest thing for miles around. (more…)
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Torsion springs allow your garage door to open and close with relative ease, by providing a resistance. Naturally, this resistance can’t last forever and there are four different torsion spin cycle lengths you can choose from: 25,000, 50,000, 75,000 and 100,000 cycles, where one cycle is the opening and closing of the garage door. (more…)
Nowadays, mobile phones can do just about anything. We can use them to take photos, record videos, browse the internet, send e-mails, play games, wake us up, check our bank balance, tune a guitar, find our way home, remind us to feed to the cat, check train times, ensure a car hasn’t been stolen, calculate currency conversions, bid on online auctions – even monitor our heart rates . And now, thanks to Samsung and their new Cetus SGH-i917, we can use our mobile phones to open our garage door. (more…)
When it comes to the colour of your garage door, it is best to think carefully before buying and put some effort into choosing the tone. After all, it’s far easier to put a little more time in before buying than it is to try repainting the garage door later on. However, here’s some advice for those who are determined to change the colour of their door. (more…)
Few things improve the curb appeal of a house like a stunning set of wooden garage doors. However, is this really a sensible option for somebody looking to replace their garage door?
Garage doors are important features of a house; they protect your car or, more likely, all the stuff you store away in your garage because you can’t bear to part with it or can’t fit it in the house. Whatever it is you keep in your garage, the fact that you bother keeping it in there implies you probably don’t want it stolen.
If you’re reading this blog, you may well have heard of curb appeal. Essentially, this is the impression a house makes on a potential buyer ‘from the curb’ – or as they pass by the property. Good curb appeal motives potential buyers to investigate a property further; bad curl appeal puts people off a house before they’ve even stepped through the front door. In short, curb appeal is the combined impact of various elements of the exterior a house, which either attracts or puts off a prospective buyer.