Garage Door Installation
Garage Door Repair & Installation
Residential & Commercial
Our Quality Garage Door Installation
We do garage door installation with excellence. Any garage door company can install a garage door in your home, but few will go the extra mile and back up their work. Your experience will start with the measure and consultation. Once you have picked out your new garage door, you will receive an itemized quote. The quote is our final price; this will not go up unless you make changes. If we miss something, that’s on us. We’re the professionals, and you are counting on us to make sure you get the right garage door installed properly. We will communicate with you through the entire process and confirm your installation date. During installation, we will confirm the door before installation. When the installation is complete, we will clean up so that you never knew we were there. But don’t just take our word for it, read our excellent customer reviews!
What Styles Of Garage Doors Are Available?
Every major garage door manufacturer has pretty much every style, but some do a better job of building doors than others. The most popular styles of garage doors are modern, carriage house, and traditional. For material, we have wood, glass, steel, and fiberglass options in all the above styles. To learn more about the customizations for any of our garage door materials, visit our Garage Door product page!
Our customers are focusing on modern garage door design for their newly renovated homes because of the upgraded curb appeal and home value. Modern garage doors have become such a popular because they focus on simplicity, clean lines, and a lack of exterior hardware. For steel and wood garage doors, this typically means flushed panels or a long panel raised exterior. Full-view glass garage doors and custom wood garage doors are also popular options to emphasize modern design for your new garage door.
Carriage house garage doors are a classically elegant option that can match almost any home’s architecture. It terms of design, you can choose custom wood, carriage stamp, or carriage overlay. Within these styles, recessed panels are a common choice to add depth to your garage door exterior. Most homeowners also upgrade the look of their carriage style doors with hardware like metal handles and hinges to complete the classic design. In terms of material, you can select a carriage house garage door for your new steel or wood constructed garage door.
Traditional style garage doors are the most popular for our new garage door installations. You can’t beat the standard short panel raised design to complement any home. However, you can also choose a long raised paneling to add greater visual interest to your new garage door. Even though the design tends to be simple, you can customize the color and window design of a traditional garage door. Most manufacturers offer hundreds of unique colors and dozens of window openings to help you create the perfect new garage door.
In the GA climate, we recommend insulated garage doors to our customers. This is because the weather in GA varies dramatically between below freezing in the winter and close to 100°F in the summer. With these temperature extremes, you need a garage door that can increase the energy efficiency of your home. That is why we love steel garage doors with layer of polystyrene or polyurethane insulation. This added layer of protection increases the temperature control and energy efficiency your garage and entire home. With an insulated garage door, you can drive down your HVAC costs year around.
To upgrade the look of your garage door and add natural light to your garage, we always recommend a row of windows. A simple row of four windows to your steel or wood garage consistently adds visual interest to a new garage door. Best of all, windows can be customized in whatever frames, panes, and glass etching you prefer. This ensures the window design complements your home and maintains the privacy of your garage.
For single garage doors, or one car garage openings, the standard garage door size is 8 feet wide by 7 feet tall. The door's width can also commonly be 9 feet. For a double garage door or two car garage, the standard size is 16 feet wide by 7-8 tall. However, we can custom measure and order a new garage door to fit any garage opening for your home. We can also rebuild the opening of your garage frame to accommodate a new garage door.
R-value is the measure thermal efficiency used to describe how well a garage door regulates temperature. In practice, the higher the R-value of a garage door, the better energy efficiency it has for your home. When it comes to getting a great R-value for your new garage door, we recommend insulated doors. A layer of polystyrene or polyurethane insulation can bring up the R-value of your garage door dramatically. This translates into better energy efficiency and temperature control for your entire home.
What Brands of Garage Doors Do You Install?
Our expert technicians have the experience and know-how to install a variety of garage door brands. We have learned through selling and installing different brands that some companies make certain doors better than others. We even created a review system with descriptions of what certain manufacturers do best and worst which you can view here. With our thorough review process, we have narrowed down the best manufacturers (brands) and models to present to you. These premium standards help us only bring you the best brands at prices you can respect.
Popular residential garage door brands we offer:
- Amarr (Also known as Pella Garage Doors Sold Through Lowes)
- Arm-R-Lite (Glass garage doors)
- Carriage House Doors (Custom Wood)
- Ranch House Doors (Custom Wood)
- Wayne Dalton
Insulated Garage Doors
Because the Georgia climate fluctuates so dramatically in the summer and winter, we always recommend insulated garage doors. Insulated garage doors upgrade the energy efficiency and noise control of your garage with a layer of polystyrene or polyurethane insulation. Polystyrene insulation comes in solid, foam-like blocks. It can either be attached to the back of a steel garage door, creating a two-layer insulated door, or inserted between a steel front and back for a three-layer insulated door. Polyurethane insulation is a foam-like substance that’s injected inside the door and hardens. This type of insulation is only available in a three-layer insulated garage door which features a steel front and back.
Steel, glass, aluminum, and fiberglass garage doors can all be upgraded to include insulation. Insulated steel garage doors are the most common choice because they can be affordably upgraded with polystyrene or polyurethane insulation. When it comes to glass and aluminum constructed garage doors, you can choose insulated glass and have your aluminum frame filled with insulation. Insulated fiberglass garage doors are a great option for their energy efficiency and moisture resistant properties.
How Much Do New Garage Doors Cost?
Garage doors come in many different sizes and levels of construction and quality. It’s not uncommon that we get calls from local homeowners seeking a garage door company to provide prices for new garage doors over the phone. Additionally, we provide in-person quotes, with no obligation to use us, where we can provide some price ranges. Most homeowners do not have experience buying garage doors because they typically last a long time. This causes an inflated or exaggerated idea of what garage doors cost. This is why we typically like to ask a lot of questions so we can narrow down your exact garage door needs and price range.
How Long Do Garage Doors Last?
Garage doors come in many different levels of quality. Low quality garage doors typically have dramatically shorter life span. In every scenario, it’s important to understand how garage doors are built. Garage doors are broken down into many different parts. Everything is supposed to be built for a minimum of 10,000 cycles. Most people are familiar with garage door springs because they break right at 10,000 cycles. However, things like rollers, hinges, and bearing plates also start breaking down around 10,000 cycles. Additionally, most garage doors are dented by cars or damaged by malfunctioning garage door openers at some point in their life cycle.