March 6, 2017

Garage door services in Colchester & Middlebury, VT

Garage door type and considerations

Champlain Door supplies and installs residential and commercial garage doors throughout Burlington VT, Colchester VT, Middlebury, VT, and Essex VT. If you need garage door help, they will respond quickly and effectively.

If you want a residential garage door that is stylish and tough, then you should consider a door from a leading manufacturer such as Wayne Dalton and Hass. You also have a wide choice when it comes to style and design. That means you can readily find a garage door that will be the perfect complement to your home. These include

  • Carriage House Garage Doors
  • Wooden Garage Doors
  • Aluminum Garage Doors
  • Steel Garage Doors
  • Insulated Garage Doors
  • Classic Garage Doors

A beautiful carriage house door combines old world design with cutting edge technology for that perfect period-style retrofit. Wooden garage doors are still popular because they have that warm and character appeal that will enhance the appearance and value of any home.

If you want a contemporary garage door that is readily available, is low maintenance and wont rust or rot then an aluminum garage door is a good option. An aluminum garage door with weather resistant panels can be a complement to any modern upmarket home.

Steel offers several advantages that has made it the perfect material for garage doors. Strength, durability, energy efficiency, affordability, safety, security s well as beauty are some of the properties that makes steel garage doors a top choice among residential and commercial property owners. Many of these doors are made from recycled steel, which make this an environmentally responsible option.

Steel doors insulated with polyurethane are effective in retaining heat during winter and cool air during summer. If you don’t have an insulated garage door you garage will basically be big freezer during winter. If you have any rooms above your garage it will require more nergy to keep that room warm.

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