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    This was a fun project over at Andy’s house! Andy has a new RV that he wanted to be able to park at his home, in his garage, instead of paying rent at a storage place. 

    He knew the opening of his current garage door was wide enough, just not tall enough, to accommodate his new RV. So he called us! 

    This is what Andy’s garage door looked like before: 

    The first step to this garage conversion was removing the old door and the garage door opener. 

    Then, we reframed the opener from the existing 16 x 7 to the new opening dimensions of 16 x 12. Once that was done, we installed a brand new sectional garage door to fit the new space. 

    We also installed a new LiftMaster Jackshaft garage door opener. These openers are mounted to the wall, instead of the traditional ceiling location. This opener type is generally used for garages that need as much height clearance as possible, so it was the perfect product for Andy’s garage. 

    To help out with the clearance issue, we also installed high lift tracks, instead of traditional tracks, so the door can be lifted as high as possible. These options complement the new garage door opening size and will make getting Andy’s RV in and out much more comfortable. 

    As you can see the new door is taller and looking good! Ready for Andy’s RV.

    The new sectional garage door has windows in the top panel installed, just as in his previous garage door. This is a great upgraded feature to keep the look and feel of the exterior consistent with the old look and also adds great natural light in the garage space.

    Now all that is needed is to paint over the stucco that was part of the remodel and maybe reinstall those beautiful side lights a bit higher up!

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