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Basic Metal Garage Door

Basic Metal Garage Door

  • Heavy-duty 25 gauge steel skin with 1-5/16″ thick polystyrene insulation
  • Patented Safe-T-Bracket helps prevent serious injury that could occur if the bottom bracket were removed with the garage door closed and under tension
  • Bottom weatherseal in rust-proof aluminum
  • Shiplap joint helps seal out wind, rain and snow
  • Galvanized steel hinges
  • Top quality nylon rollers for durability and quiet operation
  • Inside/outside step plates and grip handles
Metal Insulated Garage Doors

Metal Insulated Garage Door

  • Heavy-duty 25 guage steel skin bonded to 7/8″ thick polystyrene insulation
  • Patented Safe-T-Bracket helps prevent serious injury that could occur if the bottom bracket were removed with the garage door closed and under tension
  • Bottom weatherseal in rust-proof aluminum
  • Shiplap joint helps seal out wind, rain and snow
  • Galvanized steel hinges
  • Top quality nylon rollers for durability and quiet operation
  • Inside/outside step plates and grip handles
Metal Insulated w/triple layer construction

Metal Insulated w/Triple Layer Construction

  • 1-3/8″ thick expanded polystyrene insulation
  • Patented Safe-T-Bracket cannot, under normal circumstances, be removed while door is under tension
  • Aluminum bottom weatherseal retainer system
  • Weather-tight tongue-and-groove joint helps seal out wind, rain and snow
  • Galvanized steel hinges
  • Top quality nylon rollers for durability and quiet operation
  • White finish painted galvanized end stiles
  • Inside/outside step plates make door easy and safe to close
Metal Carriage Garage Doors

Metal Insulated Garage Door

  • Available with 1 3/8″ or 2″ polystyrene insulation with thermal break for superior insulation value
  • Commercial grade 14-gauge steel hinges for longer lasting performance
  • High-cycle nylon rollers for quiet operation
  • Longer-life galvanized torsion springs
  • Rust-proof, aluminum-bottom weather seal retainer
  • Natural woodgrain texture
  • Three design series, eleven models

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American Garage Doors and Openers is a company that recognizes a garage is an important, but often overlooked, component attached to many residential houses. We know that the style and functionality of your door can either reflect positively or negatively on the rest of your home. For these reasons, we offer professional garage door installation that you can depend on to meet all of your needs and maximize your curb appeal.

To find out what kind of garage door is right for you, homeowners should consider what they intend to use the garage for. Do you merely want a space to store your vehicles? Are you looking to upgrade your garage door to a stylish model that will match the rest of your home? Is the garage going to act as a work room, art studio, or play area? These kinds of questions are all important, because there are various types of doors available on the market— and each of them have different properties which can help fit your needs and preferences.

For example, if you or your family members are planning to spend a lot of time in the garage, an insulated door will help keep the space comfortable in inclement temperatures and can efficiently keep noise in or out of the garage. If you are keeping your prized luxury vehicles inside of your garage, you may want to avoid swing-up doors that can cause damage to your vehicle if it is parked too close.

Residential garage doors can come in a variety of materials, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. At American Garage Doors and Openers, we can install:

  • Wooden doors
  • Steel doors
  • Wood composite doors
  • Vinyl doors
  • Fiberglass doors
  • Aluminum doors
  • Glass doors

Although there are a lot of options, the three most popular residential garage doors are made from wood, steel, and aluminum. When you drive down the streets in your neighborhood, chances are your neighbors will have one of these three types of garage doors installed.

Wooden garage doors appeal to those who favor the more traditional style of door and want to take advantage of customization. After all, wood was the choice of material used in the making of the first garage doors, and there is a classic charm that comes with having a wooden door. The wood works as a useful insulator and is a durable choice of material, but this type of door requires routine refinishing to keep it looking new and to prevent moisture problems. With wood doors comes a higher level of personalization, design, and curb appeal, but these advantages are often reflected in its cost.

Steel garage doors are the perfect choice for homeowners looking for reliability and low-maintenance expectations. The nature of steel is to last a long time and to be resistant to dents or nicks. Steel doors are not necessarily superb insulators, which could lead to hot or cold air pervading your garage when during climate extremes. That being said, choosing an insulated steel door means you’ll be protected from the elements just as well as if you had chosen a wooden door— and it won’t require the same amount of upkeep. Although steel doesn’t have the same rustic or authentic look as wood, these doors are available in different styles and can be designed with decorative panels or windows.

Aluminum garage doors have the dual ability of being lightweight and durable. This reduces the risk of injury or damage that could come from manually handling the door or having it fall unexpectedly, and aluminum can take its fair share of bumps without needing repair. The downside is that although these doors can last you a long time, they are prone to bending or being scratched, which means they can look dingy or beat-up after a few mishaps. Aluminum doors do not require powerful garage door openers because they are not made of a heavy material. Unfortunately, because they are not as popular as wood or steel doors, buying replacement parts could prove more costly.

With all of this information, you may feel overwhelmed and in need of expert advice. Luckily, American Garage Doors and Openers technicians are experienced professionals who are more than happy to meet and consult with you about your questions, concerns and ideas. With our help, you can be confident that the garage door you are choosing is one that will perform to your expectations both functionally and aesthetically.

To personally view the many varieties of residential garage doors that we at American Garage Doors and Openers install, we invite you to visit our showroom at 5043 Bristol Industrial Way, Buford, GA 30518. For more detailed directions, or more information on garage door installation, call us today!