Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 23:59:25 PM. Garage Door. By gautieran celina.
Wind Resistance - If you live in a high-wind region, you’ll regret skimping on your garage door. The garage door industry set standards on wind loads that a door should be able to tolerate. Make sure the door you’re looking at meets local building codes. Conventional garage doors usually can handle a wind load up to 35 mph, while others build one that is standard at 70 mph. Additional struts can increase the wind resistance on any door.
Consult with remodeling experts. Before you decide on expanding your garage, consult with a building contractor or structural engineer. Some garages may need extra structural support before they are able to accept an addition. Others might be build-ready, but it’s best to let the pros figure out which one yours is.
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