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AnonymousRead 2 More AnswersWhen I was shopping for a garage door two years ago, I discovered that they come in different styles and materials. The common styles I came across include sectional, roll-up, side-hinged, and tilt-up over canopy or tilt-up over retractable garage doors. According to material-make classification, popular garage door types include wooden, steel, aluminum, fiberglass, vinyl and glazing....Read More
AnonymousRead 2 More AnswersI have a roll-up garage door in my home, and some of the reasons I love it are that it's simple to operate, saves space, easy to customize and it generally has an appealing look. However, the door is heavy, considering it's made of steel. It was also expensive to buy and labor-intensive to install. ...Read More
AnonymousRead 2 More AnswersObviously, you'll want to think about curb appeal because garage doors are pretty prominent exterior features. You might also want to consider if it has insulation, for household energy savings. Also, think about maintenance. Wood doors may require more upkeep than some of the available composites. ...Read More
AnonymousRead 2 More AnswersIf you're considering buying a vinyl garage door, some of the benefits you're likely to enjoy include little maintenance, resistance to dents, aesthetics, and durability. However, the material is expensive, has limited color selections, and offers poor insulation if you buy an uninsulated version. ...Read More