We are glad you are shopping for a new garage door! To help you begin to choose the door which fits your requirements, we have some summary information on each series listed below. Click on the image of the door within the series to see a larger picture of the door.
We offer free estimates on new garage doors! We will come to your house and help you pick the door that fits the architectural style of your home and your budget! You can also see the products on display in any of our showrooms!
Custom Wood Doors
When you want the ultimate in a door, you want authentic wood: “If you can dream it, we can supply it.” We offer doors in almost any wood species, in both paint grade and stain grade versions. We require professional finishing of these doors on all six sides of every section to provide the proper protection required for real wood.
Simulated Wood Doors
If you want the look of wood, but want lower maintenance and a lower price, we have many options, in both stain and paint grades, on both fiberglass and steel doors.
Buying a prefinished door allows us to simply install the door, without the extra hassle and worry of another contractor providing a good finish. This series features a stained look on fiberglass, with deeply detailed designs and many color options to a stained look on steel, featuring thousands of potential designs. If you are looking for a fantastic finish, architecturally matching styles and looks available only since 2006, this is the series for you.
Carriage House Doors
These models have all been introduced since 2004, giving you the very latest and best in garage door design. The multiple styles finally give architects, builders and remodelers the capability to choose a door which complements the architectural style of the home, with models to match anything from Colonial to Contemporary. An extensive line of decorative hardware provides the perfect finishing touch. All feature high R-Value insulated doors, supporting green building and lower energy bills. Each model also features 3D trim designs, for a look from the street that is clearly high definition.
Stamped Steel Carriage House Doors
Today’s home builders and remodelers are looking to upgrade the traditional appearance of their home with a new look garage door. One economical way to gain a new appearance for minimal dollars is to move to our Stamped Designer Series. This series features all insulated doors, important for anyone interested in green building. They come in a variety of colors and all come standard with your choice of decorative handles and straps to accent the modern beauty of these doors. Some of these models feature pinch resistant joint profiles, to prevent hand and finger injuries, which are the most common injuries from garage doors. Your neighbors will certainly notice the new upscale look while you appreciate the outstanding value.
Raised Panel, Ranch Panel and Flush Steel Doors
We offer the standard raised panel, ranch panel and flush steel doors that have been the standard in the garage door industry for thirty years. These steel doors come in non-insulated and insulated versions, and are available in a variety of colors and with a variety of window options. These doors can be ordered in widths up to 20’ wide and 14’ high. Some models feature new technology, including safety features such as pinch resistant joint profiles, safety enclosed springs and anti-drop devices, which safely stop the door in the event of a broken spring.
Measuring your garage door opening
Measure existing Door width and height in feet and inches. This determines the size of door needed. The finished opening should be the same size as the door.
Measure for sideroom: 5 1/4″ is required on each side for installation of the vertical track.
Measure area labeled ‘Headroom – distance between the top of the door opening (“jamb header”) and the ceiling (or floor joist). 12″ is required for standard torsion spring or Torquemaster tm counter balance system. If you have restricted headroom, special hardware is available. We specialize in the conversion of one piece doors to sectional doors and can fit a door and operator in as little as 5″.
NOTE: If door height extends above the opening, the headroom measurement should be adjusted proportionately.
Measure area labeled “backroom” – distance is measured from the garage door opening toward the back wall of the garage. Door height plus 18″ is required. When installing a garage door opener, the door height plus 3 1/2′ is the typical necessary backroom.