Do You Park in the Garage?07/31/2015 Back To Blog
Listen to this paradox we are experiencing! We struggled and made efforts to turn the early humble garages into master rooms of the house. We have searched and searched for the right house with the right size garage so that we can fit our jeep. We have spent lots of money on new garage doors in order to protect our car better. And then we just forgot about everything and decided to leave the car parked outside! Was this your intention? Guess what! You might not have planned it all along, but here is where you are left now! Is it a good idea? Your car doesn't think so!
Is Your Garage Still a Garage?
Did you get carried away by the new trend of turning the garage into a gym, office or one more bedroom? Certainly, your needs have priority, but what about your car's needs? With car theft being one major problem (still) and you having spent plenty of money for yours (or having no money to get a new one if this one would be stolen), parking inside is not a bad idea at all. If you want to use the room for other activities as well, go ahead; but never forget that the garage was built to house the car and for a good reason, too.
How is your garage door doing?
Do you know how many people park outside due to overhead door problems? If the springs broke and the door doesn't open, fix them. What's the point of leaving the door to rot! Is it the price for garage door repairs? Let us assure you that it will cost you more if the car is stolen let alone the repairs needed since it will be constantly exposed to elements. Garage Door Repair Wylie assures you that it costs less to have the system maintained than leaving it decaying. There will come a time when you will finally want to open the door and then you will need service. With garage door parts left on their own device, repairs will cost you more then.
Did you think of your safety?
Garage door maintenance and repairs are not important only for the sake of the system, but your sake, too. Did you think of that? If you neglect to take care of the door, your safety will be questioned, too. If you park outside but still open the door to get the bikes out, you are running the risk of getting hurt by a malfunctioning door or having trouble closing it down. Then you will have security problems, too! If you don't use it at all, time will take its toll and won't be to your benefit. After all, even if you don't park inside, you still keep things precious to you in the garage. With a collapsing door, your private world will be exposed!