When it comes to first impressions, your garage door can say a lot about your house. Having a big eye sore or a noisy creaking door is definitely unappealing. At Garage Door MD our technicians are trained and knowledgeable with answers to all your garage doors questions and needs. When it comes to replacing your old garage door, our technicians come out for a free quote and go over all your options. Garage Door MD has an extensive selection of garage doors ranging from your basic non-insulated steel to your luxury all glass doors. Give us a call today to set up your FREE new garage door estimate.
Non-Insulated Garage Door
When it comes to Non-Insulated garage doors our Regal Series beat all the rest. The Regal Series uses a hot dipped 24 gauge galvanized steel, with 2 coats of baked on polyester paint. These doors come in various sizes ranging from widths of 8'-18' with custom heights available for any order. Upgrades are available for this door including decorative window insert and decorative exterior hardware.
Triple Layered Insulated Garage Door
Our next level up from the Non-Insulated garage door will be the insulated garage door option. These are the Mid-America's Vantage Series. Like the Regal Series these garage doors use a hot dipped galvanized steel but this model is a 26 gauge. The Vantage Series Garage Doors offer a very attractive wood grain raised panel design. The garage doors have a solid polystyrene core between two sheets of steel, creating a triple layer which provides exceptional strength, durability, high insulation value and quiet operation. The Vantage Series Garage Doors combine striking appeal and value to any home.
Full View Garage Doors
One of the most eye catching garage doors you can find on the market today is our Full View Door Series! Transform your home’s appearance with the modern look of a glass and aluminum garage door. The Full View Doors gives you the beauty of natural light during the day and a beautiful warm glow at night. Different glass garage door panel options allow you to choose the right degree of natural light for your home.