Hey folks. Hope someone has some ideas here. My wife and I purchased a new house this last spring, so we're headed into our first winter here. I've got a garage that I'm keeping heated just above freezing to allow for the cars to melt off. With the drop in temps over the past week, I've noticed the doors are sticking to the floors when going to open them (mainly in the morning). Anyone have any ideas on how to keep them from sticking? I assume that the combination of cold on the outside with warmth inside is creating just enough moisture, for the rubber seal on the bottom of the doors to stick to the concrete. Don't want that seal to rip off, and certainly don't want to strain the garage door openers to much. Any feedback would be appreciated.