Whether you just use it as a place to stash your car or whether you’ve converted it into a man cave, your garage is an extension of your home. Despite this, the garage generally doesn’t get the tender love and care as the rest of your home. This is especially true of garage windows, which may be seriously outdated or even broken. Have a look below at what you should pay attention to when it comes time to replace your garage windows
A garage that connects to the inside of your home is a convenient feature, but it also creates a potential entrance point for burglars to break into your home: Just pop open the old window and then walk inside. Don’t make it this easy for criminals to take advantage of you and look for windows that come with security features. These include locks, reinforced glass and frames, and much more.
The garage is one of the more rough-and-tumble areas of your home. It’s not unreasonable to think that your kids might play nearby and accidentally put a baseball through the windows or that you might accidentally shatter them while carrying something in or out. That’s why you’ll need durable windows, potentially made of reinforced glass, for your garage. As an added bonus, durable windows also increases their safety and security against criminals.
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