DOORS


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Steel Doors


Single Layer – Steel

Get value and durability with a Classica 1000 single-layer door. These heavy-duty steel doors are durable, reliable and low maintenance.

  • Heavy-Duty Exterior Steel
  • Durable, Reliable, Low Maintenance

Double Layer – Steel + insulation

A Classica 2000 double-layer door provides durable, low maintenance features, plus a layer of vinyl-coated insulation for increased thermal properties and quieter operation.

  • Heavy-Duty Exterior Steel
  • Durable, Reliable, Low Maintenance
  • Environmentally Safe Polystyrene Thermal Insulation with Vinyl Backing
  • Energy Efficient
  • Quiet Operation

Triple Layer – Steel + insulation + Steel

For the toughest, most energy-efficient steel door, a Classica 3000 triple-layer door includes the ultimate in thermal properties, plus a layer of steel for a finished interior look and added durability.

  • Heavy-Duty Exterior and Interior Steel
  • Durable, Reliable, Low Maintenance
  • Environmentally Safe Polyurethane Thermal Insulation
  • Superior Energy Efficiency
  • Extra Quiet Operation

How to Measure for your New Residential Garage Doors


Use the drawing and instructions below to measure your current garage door. Then, take the measurements to your local retailer to purchase the garage door that is right for you.

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  1. Measure the width and height of your door opening in feet and inches. This determines the size garage door needed. The rough opening should be the same size as the door.
  2. Measure for “sideroom” – 3-3/4″ is required on each side for installation of the vertical track for standard extension springs, standard torsion springs and EZ-SET Torsion Spring Systems, 5-1/2″ for EZ-SET Extension Spring System.
  3. Measure area labeled “headroom” – distance between the top of the door opening (“jamb header”) and the ceiling (or floor joist). A minimum of 10″ is required for the standard extension spring or EZ-SET Extension Spring System, while 12″ is required for standard torsion spring and EZ-SET Torsion Spring System. If you have restricted headroom, special hardware is available. Additional headroom is required for installation of an automatic garage door opener. NOTE: If the garage door height extends above the opening, the headroom measurement should be adjusted proportionately.
  4. Measure area labeled “backroom” – distance is measured from the garage door opening toward the back wall of the garage. Door height plus 18″ is required. Additional backroom may be required for installation of an automatic garage door opener.

Wood Doors


Hemlock

Hemlock is an economical wood choice for all types of homes. The unfinished wood is a yellowish white color with a consistent tone and grain. Hemlock is one of the strongest wood species and it is inherently rot-resistant. However, hemlock has a low resistance to environmental change and will expand and contract within the panel of the door. In certain parts of the country wood WindCode Doors are available only in Hemlock to meet specific building code specification due to its strength.

Western Red Cedar

Western Red Cedar withstands the natural elements making it an ideal wood species for a garage door any climate. Suitable for staining and painting, natural cedar exhibits a wide variation of grain patterns and color, from nearly white to pink to dark brown, often within the same board. Cedar also contains tannic acid and requires the use of a tanning-blocking primer to avoid discoloration when it comes into contact with moisture. We offer cedar doors in the Reserve Collection and Classic Line of raised panel doors.

Redwood

Redwood offers a characteristic rich red to pink color throughout the heartwood, while sapwood is nearly white. Our doors are constructed using only the finest heartwood (as opposed to soft sapwood) for their doors, because it contains a grown-in resistance to decay and insects that is present throughout the entire piece of wood. Redwood contains tannic acid and requires the use of a tannin-blocking primer to avoid discoloration when it comes into contact with moisture. We offer redwood doors in the Reserve Collection and Classic Line of raised panel doors.

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