Our Canyon Ridge® Collection, Coachman® Collection and Grand Harbor® Collection steel and composite carriage-house style garage doors help conserve natural resources by providing an attractive, low-maintenance alternative to natural wood garage doors.
Materials for our Reserve® Collection wood doors are purchased from suppliers who have certifications for their logging practices. Rain forests are not damaged and green practices are followed.
The mills we purchase from re-plant for the harvested timber to ensure a long term sustainable wood fiber and sustainable forest management.
Residential garage doors are counterbalanced with torsion springs that last 50% longer than industry standard oil-tempered springs.
Our steel is true 24, 25 or 27 gauge to ensure a quality appearance, dent resistance and longer life.
A paint system that begins with hot dipped galvanizing, then coating with a baked-on primer and finished with a baked-on top coat both inside and out, reduces fading and wear from natural exposure.
This image shows the back of a steel door with and without the structural reinforcement of our WindCode® doors.
When it comes to maintaining structural integrity during a hurricane or storm the garage door is critical to preserving a home's structural integrity during a hurricane or high wind storm.
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