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Garage Doors and Openers

Doors with appeal and performance | To suit your budget and style.

A garage door is a big investment, adding both style and interest to your home. The style, color, and condition of the door has a great influence on the overall appearance and curb appeal of the home. When shopping for a garage door you should also consider the things for which you use your garage. If it also serves as a workshop, utility room or play area, then you will need a door with good insulating properties.

The first thing you must do when selecting a garage door is to determine what size door you need. Garage doors are available to fit virtually any opening. Since garage doors make up such a large portion of your home's exterior, the style you choose should complement the rest of your home's exterior. Start your style selection by choosing a panel design. There are four main panel designs from which to choose from.

Flush panels are flat, slightly textured panels that can be used to complement the surrounding wall area without drawing too much attention to the door itself.

Long raised panels give depth and distinction to the door, while adding to the home's overall appearance.

Short raised panels also lend depth to the door. They are excellent additions to Victorian style homes with intricately detailed trim, the symmetrical facades of colonial style homes or the strong architectural lines of a Tudor home.

Painted panels add more pizzazz to plain raised panels when the sloped portion of the panel is painted in a contrasting color.

Windows and window panels are another way to add style and your own personal touch to a garage door. Double-paned windows allow natural light in but keep extreme seasonal temperatures out.

Most garage doors are either wood or steel. Wood doors offer a wide variety of options. You can find anything from standard raised panel designs to doors that mimic the ornate styles commonly used on the carriage houses of the 18th and 19th centuries. Wood doors are also available in several species, either paint or stain grade. Steel doors are usually more economical than wood doors and are the most common type of garage door. Most manufacturers offer several colors out-of-the-box. You can also paint the door to match your home. There are three distinct types of steel doors.

Single layer doors are stamped from a single sheet of galvanized steel. These are usually the most economical of all steel doors.

Double layer steel doors have a galvanized steel skin on the outside with a thick layer of either polystyrene or polyurethane as a backer. The backer provides soundproofing and additional insulating value to the door.

Triple layer doors are constructed of the same materials as double layer doors with the addition of a galvanized skin on the inside to protect the polystyrene/polyurethane from damage. The additional layer of steel makes triple layer doors the strongest, most secure and most soundproof of all garage doors. These are also available with thicker insulation for greater R-Value (a measure of thermal resistance).

We supply high quality garage doors from Hormann and General Door Co

Openers | LiftMaster®

Liftmaster residential garage door openers offer a broad selection in performance, features, and durability – more so than any other opener brand. All of our models offer the ultimate in safety and security features, and are available with a variety of horsepower levels and drive systems for all types of homes and applications. They are also proven to withstand even the harshest of elements and years of extended use, and are available with innovative accessories designed to make home access even more convenient.