Go through the following FAQs about garage doors and learn all you want to know
I have a bedroom directly above my garage. What type of opener should I choose?
A belt drive garage door opener would be the ideal choice in such a case, even if is the most expensive. It is the quietest type of opener as it utilizes a reinforced belt, so it does not make any noise when it is in operation.
What are the things to consider in buying a new garage door?
Our expert installation technician says you have to consider the right size, material, style and construction. The function you intend to use the garage for is also essential, for this will tell if you need insulation or not. The right overhead door would depend on your particular need.
What are my options if I want an energy-efficient garage door?
You may ask our garage installation professionals regarding energy-efficient models, if you want a new overhead door. However, if you still want to use your existing door, weather stripping can be installed on the bottom and edges of your door. The door itself can also be insulated using injected foam, polysterene and others.
Is it advisable to place windows on my garage door?
Windows offer advantages in terms of aesthetics and lighting. You do not have to be concerned about your security because manufacturers feature secure windows for garage doors. You may opt for translucent or tempered windows that are safe to use.
Which is the best material for garage doors?
Garage doors can be made of steel, aluminum, wood, wood composite and fiberglass. You can even have glass garage doors. Our technicians believe that each material has its pros and cons, and the “best” one will depend on your need, though steel is the most commonly used for it is durable, easy to maintain and affordable.
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