Choosing a Garage Door


Choosing a garage door can be a challenge. It can be a big investment – not just financially. Firstly, it’s a very visible part of your house. Often, it will the be the first thing visitors see when arriving at your home. It is also something that most people may only have to purchase once or twice in their lifetime, so you may not know the first thing about shopping for a new garage door.

1. The design

It’s hardly surprising that the appearance of your garage door should be a top priority. After all, your garage door is a part of the exterior of your home. The right selection when choosing a garage door can have a huge impact on the curb appeal of your home. To find the right design, decide on a style first. When that’s done, you’ll be able to choose a colour, material, and even garage door hardware. We offer all sort of options garage door styles.

2. The material

Steel and aluminium are the best choice for a long-lasting garage door. We can even produce steel doors that look just like wood, so you can get the finish you want, without the care and maintenance headache that goes with it. Another option is fibreglass and whilst it is a popular choice for some, it is not as durable as stronger materials.

3. The insulation

With soaring energy costs, most homeowners are looking for ways to reduce their energy usage. Getting insulation installed with the door is important if the garage attached to your home. It is very common for this to be overlooked when choosing a garage door – have you ever walked into a garage on a hot day from an air conditioned house? Reducing the temperature inside your garage can mean that the gap between cooling cycles on your air conditioning gets longe, thereby saving you money.

4. The price

The cheapest option is not always the best. We have a team of very experienced designers and installers that can advise you on the best option for your situation.

We work with you to understand what you want in a garage door and then find an option to meets your needs within a budget you can afford.

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