Steel Garage Doors
This is the industry standard in new garage doors. There are three basic types of steel garage doors. Non-insulated, Vinyl back insulated, and steel back insulated. Non-insulated garage doors are basic steel garage doors that are cost-efficient and easier to maintain and keep clean. However, single layer steel garage doors can show more dents and offer little insulation from extreme weather or noise.
On the other hand, vinyl back garage doors have the added value of insulation. This polyurethane insulation helps to hold out the cold weather. It also adds sound insulation and minimizing the effect of dents. Steel back or triple layer garage doors have an added layer of steel. This layer further increases the rigidity of the door and helps with noise control as well. Any of these types you choose can be had with windows or even a mosaic pattern of glass to give you that new updated look you want.
Aluminum and Glass Garage Doors
Aluminum and Glass Garage Doors are contemporary garage doors that add a touch of class and elegance to your home while also allowing a comfortable amount of outside light into the garage. The glass is mounted to aluminum frames. These frames are powder coated to match the glass color. Aluminum frames are coated with corrosion-resistant finishes that ensure a long-lasting upper-class door. Aluminum & Glass garage doors are no paint needed garage doors that are available in different finishes and glass types giving you that modern look to your home.
Wood Garage Doors
Wood Garage Doors can add that classic and elegant beauty to your home while giving the home incredible curb appeal. They do require more maintenance than steel or aluminum garage doors and are heavier than steel garage doors. The surface stain, for instance, would need to be refinished every few years. Another aspect to consider when choosing wooden garage doors is hot and humid weather as that can affect the wood.