Our Services

New Door Installations

8' x 7' Door

  • 2 torsion springs (10,000 cycle) on all doors over 14' wide
  • New track, cables, and hinges
  • Orb included on steel back doors
  • Precision sealed ball bearing rollers
  • Full vinyl molding trim (sides and top)
  • Bottom weather-strip
  • Remove and haul away of old door
  • Re-connection of your existing opener

Garage Door Tune Up

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  • Inspection of garage door springe, rollers, cables and track.
  • Plus lubrication and balance of the garage door and opener.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Should I Look For In Garage Door Construction?

To ensure long-lasting beauty and durability, consider several things about your next garage door:

  • Available styles, colors, and options.
  • Materials of construction – steel or wood.
  • Types of construction.
  • Security and safety.

What Styles and Colors Are Available?

It is important to select the best design to complement your home’s architecture. We offers the widest selection of styles and colors to accent your home.

Steel doors are available in elegant raised panel, traditional raised panel, extended elegant raised panel, flush and ribbed designs. All of these designs (except ribbed) have a wood-grain texture for a natural look. Maintenance-free, finish painted colors include white, almond, brown (on most models), and sandstone.

Steel Doors

What Protects Steel Doors Against the Elements?

For long-term beauty and performance, we use the finest protection system in the industry: Dual-sided, hot-dipped galvanizing, finished with a baked-on polyester topcoat over a baked-on polyester topcoat over a baked-on primer, resulting in exceptional warranties. What Styles and Colors Are Available?

It is important to select the best design to complement your home’s architecture. We offers the widest selection of styles and colors to accent your home.

Steel doors are available in elegant raised panel, traditional raised panel, extended elegant raised panel, flush and ribbed designs. All of these designs (except ribbed) have a wood-grain texture for a natural look. Maintenance-free, finish painted colors include white, almond, brown (on most models), and sandstone. How Does Steel Thickness Affect the Door?

The door construction (steel sandwich or steel frame) and steel thickness determine the strength and dent resistance of the door. Steel thickness is measured in gauges: the lower the gauge number, the thicker the steel. For example, 24 gauge steel is thicker than 26 gauge steel. However, a” sandwich” constructed door with two 27 gauge steel skins and a bonded, insulated core is stronger than a ” Steel frame ” door with a single 24 gauge steel skin, due to the second steel skin and insulated bonded construction. Steel Sandwich Construction

Steel sandwich garage doors offer the best performance and value. A polystyrene insulating core is pressure bonded between two steel ” skins “, creating a very strong panel. The interior of the garage is accented by the finished flush back of the door – no visible metal frame.

These doors are available in raised panel or flush exterior designs. Consumers across the country are exceptionally pleased with the performance and appearance of this type of door. Steel single skin And Frame Construction

The ” Traditional’ steel door is constructed with a single steel shell attached to a steel frame. This construction is durable but has a less finished appearance on the interior and is generally ” noisier ” than the sandwich construction.

These doors are available in raised panel and extended raised panel. Can A Tilt-Up Garage Door Be Replaced With A Sectional Garage Door?

Yes, most tilt-up doors can be replaced with a sectional door. A sectional door rolls straight up and back rather than swinging out at the bottom, then up and back. Sectional doors allow you to park directly in front of the garage. What Maintenance Is Required?

Regular maintenance helps ensure safe operation and performance. All garage doors should be inspected monthly for worn track and rollers, loose hinges and springs and other hardware. Moving parts should be lubricated periodically with a lightweight household oil.

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