Standard Garage Doors
Not all garage doors can be repaired, in some instances you have to replace them. We offer several styles of new garage doors for your home. We provide free on-site estimates in which we will measure the size your current garage door to ensure it fits your opening and provide color samples to best match the current colors of your home. Many times a customers main question is “Which garage door should I get and why?” Here we’ve laid out the main styles of garage doors that most distributors offer. Every homeowner is different, some customers are in the market for a custom wood garage door where as others are looking for the simpler style of a standard insulated garage door. There are many types and we guarantee we can find one to fit exactly what our customers are looking for. Call today (501-612-1114) to schedule your free on site consultation or fill out the form below and we will reach out to you and schedule for the day and time most convenient for you.
Standard Garage Doors
Steel garage doors are the most common
and economical types on the market. Most
manufacturers offer several colors from the
factory, many models can be painted to
match your home. There are three types to
- Non-Insulated garage doors are stamped from a single sheet of 25/24 gauge steel. These are usually the most economical of all steel doors.
- Insulated garage doors have a steel skin on the outside with a thick layer of polystyrene as a backer covered by a layer of vinyl. The backer provides soundproofing and additional insulating value to the door.
- Steel-Back 3-layer garage 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).
Alternative styles in this style are available as well:
Flush Panel: They’re flat, slightly textured panels that can be used to complement the surrounding wall area without drawing too much attention to the door itself.
Long Raised Panel: They give depth and distinction to the door, while adding to the home’s overall appearance.
All models of this door have available glass and window deca trim options.