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November 23, 2017

Winters can be harsh and, in some places, blizzards and snow can totally block your driveways and garages. A well insulated and warm garage can be the ideal place for work or storage during winter.

Cold weather can be unpredictable, the temperatures sometimes drop to frightening-lows and all that there is left to do is stay indoors and prepare to plow snow the next morning.  Garages are often the space you use for not only parking your car, but to store an assortment of miscellaneous items and whatnot.


If you have installed a power washer, the residual water in the pipes will freeze, causing cracks. The same applies for fuel gels that will also harden and cause damage to combustion engines. If you are storing paint in your garage, it is sure to freeze, which will cause it to separate, making it useless.
 

Here are a few tips to winterize your garage to save the damage and hassle:
 

1.Weatherstripping

Weatherstripping is really important when it comes to staying warm indoors and prevents...

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