Precision Overhead Garage Doors of Clearwater, FL
Serving The Pinellas County Area
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3 Things You Need To Know Before Buying A Garage Door
1. Short Panel, Long Panel & Carriage House Style
Traditional raised panel garage doors available in either long or short panels are the most popular style of garage door sold today.
Carriage House Style operate like traditional overhead garage doors but give the appearance of opening out. Call us to learn more about the tremendous variety of carriage house doors available.
Two less common but ultra-contemporary styles are Wrought Iron and Full View Aluminum. Call to learn more.
Today, Steel is used more than any other material in the manufacturing of garage doors. It offers low maintenance, pre-painted colors and is typically the least expensive door you can buy.
Wood garage doors offer a natural warmth. These doors can be customized to match the exterior of your home by either painting or staining.
Wood composite garage doors are made out of recycled materials. Our composite doors are certified green. They have the look of a traditional wood door, require little upkeep and can be painted or stained to match your home's exterior.
A properly insulated garage door will save you money on your energy bill and provide noise reduction for your new garage door.
Your budget is a factor when deciding on insulation. Typically, the more insulated a garage door the more it will cost. The more insulation, the more energy efficient This is measured in R-value. The higher the R-value the better insulated the door is.
Colors, Styles & Window Options
Take a few minutes and try the Garage Door Designer. You can e-mail your finished design for a free price quote.
80% of Wind Damage Starts When Your Garage Door Is Compromised
Florida law requires all garage doors installed to meet or exceed county wind codes and impact requirements. To enforce this policy, it is required to get a permit from the local county building department. This is for the consumer's protection and ensures the correct wind code is used and that the door is installed by a certified installer.
All garage doors we sell & install meet or exceed Florida required codes for wind load resistance.
Wind load doors can withstand high-wind pressures during major weather events We can add reinforcement to meet local building codes for any garage door. So, you choose the right door style for you and then give us a call. We know the local building codes and will only install a garage door that meets the requirements and is permitted.