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Garage doors are mostly in front of the house, one of the first things that you see. So naturally, you would want it to look good. But when your paving or driveway is being cleaned with water or even when it rains, the water tends to splash up against the bottom of the garage door, and if the drainage of this water is not good, the bottom part of the garage door will be exposed to water for a longer than normal period. In turn, leads to rot. If however the maintenance and treatment are done regularly, and to a high standard then this will no longer be an issue, leaving you with a good-looking garage door every time.