Types of Overhead Garage Doors
Overhead Garage Door Company offers home owners various residential garage door openers in eight major types of materials.
For a contemporary look, aluminum-made garage doors are available. Aluminum frames are resistant to corrosion, and the accompanying glass filters light, which creates a soft glow to complement the harsh and sleek look of the aluminum. They offer three glass options: clear, obscure, and satin. Their aluminum doors are also weather and wind resistant.
Overhead’s Courtyard collection gives a classic, American-style look to contemporary houses. The garage doors are constructed from durable insulated steel that looks like wooden traditional carriage house doors. They give off the beauty of a wooden design, but they are actually made of steel. There are six window styles to choose from: Clear Long, Wyndbridge, Stockbridge, Stockton, Stockton Arch, and Somerton.
For homeowners who prefer real wooden garage doors, Overhead offers the Carriage Collection. These are swing-open doors made of painted or stained wood. Amish craftsmanship made the design of these doors extra special.
For optimal thermal protection especially in places where it gets really cold, Overhead offers the Thermacore insulated steel door. They are made from steel-polyurethane-steel combined with thermal breaks. There are five standard designs to choose from.
The Impression Collections is composed of garage doors made of fiberglass, but with the look of natural wood. The fiberglass surface conceals its steel construction, with choices for window and glass designs.
Overhead also offers doors made out of durable and thick vinyl. Their Durafirm Collection protects from weather changes and exterior noise. It is also rust-free.