Garage Door Installation in Augusta, Georgia
Do you want to boost your property’s curb appeal with a new garage door?
Or are you looking to streamline business operations with a high-performance overhead door?
Don’t make the mistake of attempting a do-it-yourself installation. Instead, leave this job to the experts at Augusta Door Repair. Our knowledgeable team offers prompt and professional installation on a wide selection of garage doors and overhead doors, including custom and specialty doors.
OUR INSTALLATION PROCESS
- Product selection
- Pre-installation inspection
- Delivery and installation
- Post-installation services
RESIDENTIAL GARAGE DOOR PRODUCT COLLECTION
Products made of the following materials:
Our garage doors are elegant, durable, and functional, but they won’t be much good without a garage door opener. They’re often overlooked, but we recognize the importance of a quality garage door opener, and we’ll help you make the right choice for you. Important considerations are the type of door you’ll be using and how often you’re likely to use it.
A heavy door may require an opener with more power, while efficiency and longevity are the most critical factors for a lighter door used frequently. Other essential elements are noise and cost. Belt-drive garage door openers offer the quietest operation, but they can impact the garage door opener installation cost
Garage doors are available in a variety of sizes, and one of the first things you will normally be asked when shopping for a new door is whether or not you need a single or a double garage door and what size of door you need. Will you need two single doors, a double door, or a combination of a single and a double for a three-car garage? How many vehicles are you going to park inside the garage, and how big are they? If you are replacing your door, do not assume it is a standard size because there are many exceptions. You will need to measure your existing door to be sure, but here are some standard sizes to give you a basic reference.
For a normal home with a normal car, truck, SUV, or van parked inside, a Standard Residential Garage Door measures either 8 x 7 feet, 9 x 7 feet, or 10 x 7 feet.
- Height: Garage door heights are typically seven or eight feet tall. Older houses might have shorter doors because most people just had cars back then and not SUVs and vans with additional racks and carriers attached and oversized trucks with mirrors that extend out.
- Width: Eight or nine feet is the most common. On older homes, single doors tend to be eight feet wide, but nowadays, with the oversized vehicles, ten foot wide single doors are getting to be more common. If you need a double door, you would double the width. A double garage door measures out to 12 x 7 feet, 14 x 7 feet and 16 x 7 feet. This is designed for more than one vehicle and for bigger vehicles to fit inside your garage as well. The standard garage doors are sixteen to eighteen feet wide and some are as wide as twenty feet.
The next step in purchasing a new garage door is to determine the best style of door for your home. You will want to choose a style that blends with your home’s architecture.
- Material of Door
Starting with the material, choose a material that will work best in your climate. Depending on your location, you will need to select steel, fiberglass, or wood overlay for your door. Relatively inexpensive yet tough, steel garage doors are considered to be the standard on most new homes and come in a variety of styles from plain to elegant.
- Type of Door
Depending on your lifestyle and the use of the door will determine which type you should invest in. they all basically boil down to two main types, the traditional style and the carriage style.
- Traditional Raised Panel
Steel raised-panel garage doors are the most common garage doors in America. Sturdy and reliable, they have a timeless design with eight raised square panels usually and a deep wood grain overlay, and they come in a variety of designs, colors, and window options. The traditional style is more economical and requires less maintenance than its counterpart, the carriage style.
- Carriage Style
The carriage style is a more elegant style that is steel imprinted to resemble the old carriage house doors that would swing or slide open to let the owner’s carriage in or out. This style combines the elegant carriage house look with durable steel construction and overhead technology and usually has a deeper wood grain overlay than the traditional styled door. It has the mechanics of a standard garage door, but it looks like it will open outward with faux hinges and hardware. Customize your design by choosing from a large selection of color, window style, and decorative hardware options.