Investing in a New Door Can Pay Off
This season choose to spend your tax refund wisely. With your extra bonus from Uncle Sam, invest in your home for less. For a limited time, ProLift Garage Doors is offering 10% off all repairs or $100 off installation of new 16x7 garage doors*. Now is the perfect time to invest in your home. With ProLift Garage Doors, your tax refund can be put to good use and the investment in your home will pay off in the long run.
According to the IRS, the average tax refund in 2019 was $2,725. What could you do with an extra $2,725 in your bank account? You could go on vacation, buy yourself that new phone you’ve been wanting, or let it sit in the bank. Over 40% of American put their tax refunds into savings, but is this really the best option?
Invest your tax refund into your greatest asset: your home.
Studies have shown that investing in a new garage door can raise your home’s value by as much as 4%.Remodeling magazine did a study in 2018 that suggested that the curb appeal of a home was so affected by a new garage door that the return on investment recouped the original cost of the garage door replacement.
The bottom line is investing in your garage door through repairs or replacement is a long-term investment in your home’s value.
And studies show that, for most Americans, their financial futures are fundamentally tied up with their home equity. Owning a home, paying its mortgage and then selling the home at an appreciated rate, is still the surest path for most Americans toward a solid financial future.
Using your tax refund to invest in your garage door is a solid financial move that will ultimately pay off in a higher home value.
Even if you don’t need to replace your garage door, take advantage of ProLift Garage Door’s 10% discount on all repairs this winter. Do more with your tax refund when you decide to repair your garage door now instead of waiting for an emergency.
Garage doors suffer during the winter.
The winter weather and plummeting temperatures often spell disaster for garage doors. If you have had your garage door for more than a couple of years, it is not a question of if your garage door will break, it is rather about when it will break and how much inconvenience it will be.
Metal expands and contracts with heat and cold – when metal contracts, the sensitive mechanisms of your garage door can be thrown out of whack. The freezing temperatures can also thicken the lubricate that the springs and weights rely on to lift and close your doors, enough stress and the springs can be snap or be warped.
In addition, the ice and snow common to the winter in many parts of the country, can wear down the weatherizing strips that insulate the garage from the elements. These strips keep the wind, snow, and rain out of your garage but without them, your cars (and other things stored in the garage!) are susceptible to damage.
Let’s not forget that human damage can also occur more frequently throughout the winter. Many garage doors have been dented or destroyed by cars braking as they slide into the driveway, only to realize that the icy conditions continue to propel their cars forward…and into the garage door.
Now is the time to either repair or replace your garage door!
With extra money in the bank, a limited offer from the garage door professionals, and a solid investment plan for your home, the choice is clear. Choose ProLift Garage Doors to take care of your garage doors this winter and save big time.
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