Man caves are so 2014—how about starting a new trend and turning those partially used garages into a glam cave for the gals? Sure men may need an escape from work, but women need an escape from their job, screaming kids, dirty dishes and laundry, laundry, laundry. The time is well overdue for women to make their own claim on the garage and relocate those spare tools and fishing lures into an outside shed where they belong.
If you have some basic DIY knowledge of garage doors, and you are handy with tools. You can safely replace the garage door extension spring and cable yourself. There are six basic steps required to get the job done. All you need is a few tools and ability to follow directions carefully.
Tools You'll Need
Along with the new spring and cable to replace the old, you need to have a few tools on hand.
Insulating your garage during winter will not only lower your energy bills, but it will also provide you usable space all year round and protect any equipment you have stored in there, even when outdoor temperatures get frighteningly low. A garage that gets too cold will bring temperatures down in the entire home and probably damage your car and tools, causing unnecessary hassle and costs when the snow starts falling.
A simple way around this is to prepare your garage for the cold weather, creating a warm and moisture-free environment for you to enjoy and work in all winter long.