Lucille Garage Doors October 19th, 2017 - 07:54:49
Mission Garage Doors has a full line of wood doors that will accent any home. You can purchase an all wood Cedar Hemlock Oak or Redwood garage door that is customized to meet your design needs. Mission will also provide you will many examples of carriage garage doors that they have built and installed in the local area. It should be understood that a custom wood door will not have a higher initial cost but also high maintenance costs as well. In recent years the demand for weathered wood doors has increased.
They are available as a prefabricated kit or built as a custom design to complement the dacor of any building. Commercial warehouse type installations often dictate higher security requirements. A good choice for this security type of door is the "roll-up" style that resembles a roll top desk type of door. This door can be manufactured with a variety of materials that can be as strong as the adjacent walls making forced entry through this opening very difficult. Other common commercial installations include light weight aluminum single or sectional panel doors. These doors function more for closing off an already secured area than for assuring point security.
Finding the right garage door for your home or business can require spending time on the Internet at the local home improvement stores and garage door retailer. Remember garage doors pricing is just one of many criteria you should use in making a door selection. Customer service warranty construction material design options are all important. One good source of both information and great garage doors is Mission Garage Doors.
The Vintage Plus line of Delden Garage Doors is a very popular and affordable carriage door. The 25 gauge steel pre-painted doors are 2 inches thick insulated with polystyrene with a vinyl backing. They are reported to have an R-value of at least 6. Obviously these doors are not meant to be used in areas that have tough winters or where you are going to heat or cool your garage. One of the problems with using polystyrene insulated panels is that this type insulation leaves gaps which reduce the effectiveness of the insulation.