Traditional Garage Door Styles

Bridgeport Steel

Clopay's traditional garage doors are manufactured in either steel or natural wood. Customize your garage door by selecting from a variety of panel styles available in long or short designs, a unique assortment of decorative window designs and up to eight factory-finished paint colors. Stain-grade wood is also an option.

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Gallery® Steel

Gallery® Steel

4.7 | 222

Grooved panel steel garage doors with optional insulation

Also in: Standard White Almond + 16
4.7 | 222
Bridgeport™ Steel

Insulated recessed panel steel garage doors

Also in: Standard White Almond + 16
4.5 | 27
Classic™ Steel

Classic™ Steel

4.6 | 717

Raised panel steel garage doors with many insulation options

Also in: Black Standard White + 12
4.6 | 717
Classic™ Wood

Classic™ Wood

4.2 | 4

Classic panel doors handcrafted in natural wood

Also in: Natural 0078 Wood Color + 8
4.2 | 4

Shop Clopay Traditional Style Garage Doors Near You

Clopay offers a wide selection of high-quality garage doors crafted for virtually every home with custom options. Explore how each available design option changes and beautifies your curb appeal. Whether you're looking for glass, aluminum, steel or wood, we have something for everyone.

To learn more about our traditional garage door designs, find a Clopay® Dealer near you and start exploring today!

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