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How Garage Doors Add Value To A Home

     How many times have you been driving around a residential area, looking at houses, and been impressed by the way some garages look? Garages can increase a home's value tenfold. If you're planning on selling a home or just looking to renovate an existing garage, consider a new garage door for the most value possible. 

    At first glance, people might not think of garage doors as being valuable to a houses curb appeal. They couldn't be more wrong. A garage door is both a practical and aesthetic part of a home. It's in use daily and when it isn't in use, it forms a large part of your home's façade. With that being said, you would prefer it to look nice, right? If a garage door is damaged or outdated, you may be looking to give it a refresh in a new style that compliments your home.

    Poorly maintained garage doors and opener system can spell trouble for your home. It can put your possessions, family and yourself at risk, and it reflects poorly on your home. To ensure the safety of a garage for yourself and potential buyers, contact a professional who can do maintenance and repairs. Gandert Door can handle all services required for a malfunctioning garage door. 

    Home security is another important aspect to look at when deciding the valuation of a home. It's common to have highly important items in your garage like a vehicle or tools. It may even offer access to your home. Don't let your security be compromised because of an old garage door. In terms of value, replacing the door shows that you care about maintaining your home.

     It also gives homebuyers one less thing to fix. Homebuyers don't like having to do a ton of renovation so by providing them with one less item to fix, they are more likely to buy from you. 

    When you are in need of a new garage door in the Mansfield, Ohio, shop with Gandert Door. We are dedicated to providing the best options from commercial to residential options. We offer garage door installation and replacement, as well as service call responses. Give us a call at (419) 529-2002 today!

    

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