The LiftMaster family believes the garage is the gateway to your home.
Making sure you are safe, secure and have peace of mind is at the center of why we’re in business.
We also know the garage is an important place in your life.
It gets you on your way when you leave home and welcomes you back at the end of your day. The garage is a place where ideas flourish, relationships are nurtured, and hobbies are crafted.
That’s why we’re proud to announce the launch of our newest garage – a blog designed just for you called "Built In My Garage."
This blog is a place where you’ll find information on everything from home connectivity to safety, educational information and so much more. We’re excited to bring you celebrity stories from exciting TV personalities who will share personal garage-related stories throughout the year.
We’ve also teamed up with our brand partners such as Nest.com
to bring you up-to-the-moment home security and automation news, information and best practices for keeping your most prized possessions – family and home – safe.
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All that great news and you still haven’t signed up? What’re you waiting for? A contest with a a chance to enter a brand new LiftMaster garage makeover? Yep, we’ve got those, too.
Like us on Facebook and follow our social channels to be among the first to learn about new opportunities to win as well as receive the latest and greatest content from our garage to yours.
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Ready to jump right in?
Join the conversation by sharing your “Built in My Garage” story with us on social media or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Share your latest DIY project you did in your garage; tell us about restoring that American classic car; or the long hours you spent on the treadmill in your garage during the winter getting ready for your big race for a chance to win a LiftMaster prize pack.