Believe it or not, buying a new garage door can be a stressless experience. If you spend a couple of minutes on this page, we promise you’ll feel a lot more confident when purchasing your door.
The first thing you must do when selecting a garage door is to determine what size door you need. Call us and we will be happy to come to your home to do a site inspection. We will take measurements and give you a free estimate on the installation of a new garage door. Garage doors are available to fit virtually any opening and in most cases, we can install within a few days.

Long panel windows

Carriage house style

Please visit our photo gallery for an assortment of garage door styles.  Above are just a few of the different doors available.

The second thing to decide is what type of door you want to install. There are many styles to choose from.  We are here to help you select the perfect style for your home.  Our brochures will show you the different panels designs, colors, and options available. While at your home, we can discuss the different types of doors and decide which would best fit your needs and style. (See below for information on construction of doors).  
Lastly, decide if you want to add windows. They bring in natural light and add another layer of style and sophistication to your garage doors. There are a variety of styles to choose from that we would be happy to discuss with you.

Short panel windows

Construction of Doors Steel doors are usually more economical than wood doors and are the most common type of garage door. This also includes carriage house doors that mimic the 18th and 19th centuries garage doors.  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).