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A carport is cheaper than a garage to build. You cannot insulated, heat or cool a carport because its sides are open to the weather. Carports do not add value to a home's price. Quality material makes a huge difference to your carport's appearance. A cheap carport drags down the
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The Complete Guide to Choosing a Garage Heater

Radiant heat feels the warmest because it warms the person rather than the air. Forced air feels good but wastes energy on heating air that quickly gets cold again. Convection heat feels good so long as it's close to your body. Electric heat is expensive to run but requires no
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How to Choose the Right Garage Awning 

Wind and snow are hard on fabric awnings. It's not reasonable to assume you'll take the awning down for every possible wind gust and snowstorm. You have two choices to beat this weather issue. Get a wind sensor that auto-retracts the fabric, or get a heavy-duty acrylic fixed awning.
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ShelterLogic Garage in a Box: Everything You Need to Know

A "garage in a box" is a pre-fabricated garage that can be assembled quickly and easily. The ShelterLogic Garage in a Box is made of heavy-duty steel frames and waterproof fabric covers. It is designed to protect your vehicles from the elements, and it can be used for storage. The
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Is Rubber Roll Out Flooring a Good Garage Floor Covering?

If you're looking for a durable, safe, and easy-to-maintain garage flooring option, rubber rolls are the way to go. Made of natural or synthetic rubber, these rolls can withstand heavy traffic and provide a slip-resistant surface. They're also easy to clean and require little maintenance. In this blog post, we'll
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7 Things You Should Know Before Painting Your Garage Floor

To get a nice paint job that does not fail in three years, you need to etch, repair, vacuum, mop and dry the floor first. Concrete loves water, and paint does not. Even epoxy-enhanced “concrete paint” will fail on an unprepared floor.
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Are Garage Mats Worth It?

Garage mats are worth the investment. In fact, they have the highest return on investment of any garage floor covering. Mats prevent ice, salt, snow, water, oil and grease damage to the garage floor. The better question might be, "Which garage mat should I get?"
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Do Dehumidifiers Work in Garages?

Dehumidifiers do work in garages, but some work much better than others do. Refrigerant-condenser dehumidifiers are effective above 60 deg. F. Desiccant de-humidifiers can remove moisture when the temp is about 40 deg. F. Even a small dehumidifier can bring moisture down to safe and comfortable levels.
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What is the Best PVC Garage Floor Tile?

I'd prefer my garage floor concrete not commit suicide by sucking in the winter salt and snow. To protect it, I will put down a PVC floor tile specifically made for garage floors. I found several really good brands, so choosing the "best garage floor tile" was just a matter
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Protect the Concrete Garage Floor with a Densifying Sealer

I recommend Lithi-Tek 4500 because it merges the qualities of both a densifier and sealer in one easy to apply product. It also doesn’t change the look of your garage floor and leaves the floor as paintable as it was before you started. 
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