Not all garage doors are created equal. Even though many dealers and manufacturers use R-value and door thickness as a measure of quality, we at Winser Doors know better! The fact is you must look on the inside of the garage door to see how it is constructed. In our showroom we have cut garage doors apart so you can see the difference. When you make your decision, you will know that the garage door you are purchasing is the best one for your application.
The following questions and considerations should be kept in mind as you shop for your next residential garage door:
There are a number of different standards for the size of garage doors. The most common sizes are 8′, 9′ and 16′ wide by 7′ or 8′ in height. Door heights of 6’3″, 6’6″, 6’9″, or heights in 3″ increments, are also common. Door widths can be customized to suit your opening. Keep in mind, doors can overlap openings.
If your garage is not insulated, a hot car parked in a cold garage can cause condensation and frost to form on the garage door. This condensation leads to dripping on people and cars. Non-insulated doors also have horizontal ledges in their construction that are gathering places for dust and debris. Non-insulated doors resonate sound when in operation, making them much louder than insulated doors.
No one manufacturer makes the best door for every application. At Winser Doors we deal with different manufacturers in order to satisfy the specific needs of our customers. If your interest is colour, “R” value, hardware durability, distinctive panel designs, warranty or country of origin, we have the garage door for you.
The best garage door in the world still has to be installed properly. To ensure that the work is done right the first time, we do not sub-contract our installations to economize. All installations are performed by paid employees with normal employee benefits and insurance which protects both you and our staff.
In order to be able to accurately assist you when you visit our showroom, we need you to have the following information: