Types of Garage Doors
A garage door is something that can be overlooked by most homeowners. Whether it's been damaged, the paint is starting to wear, or the look is just outdated and doesn't fit the feel of your home; replacing it with a new, modern door that will look good and help protect your home should be your next option. If you're in the market for a new garage door, here are five different styles of garage doors to buy on the market: Steel If you're looking for the most reliable door, steel is the way to go. Two layers of galvanized steel can be painted with a topcoat finish to match the look of your home or with the look of composite material for a more "metal" look. Only problem is that the steel has the ability to be dented. Aluminum Though easy to dent, aluminum panel garage doors are able to come in custom finishes and colors to match the look of your home. They're also resistant to rusting which means they could be the long-term solution for most. Wood Whether it's built by layers of wood or a composite, wood doors are strong and can give your home a rustic look in it's natural or painted form. Vinyl If you're new garage door is for your family home, vinyl may be the best fit. They are resistant to denting and are tough to break though they are not available in as many colors as other options. Fiberglass Fiberglass is another great option for families as they are resistant to cracking and denting, which means they could withstand young kids. They're also available in several different finishes. With the advances in garage door technology, adding a new, up-to-date look to your home could do wonders. Give us a call at Garage Door Commander or schedule online for a free estimate.