In terms of popularity and range of choices, wooden garage doors come next to steel garage doors. However, a wooden garage door is costlier than a steel garage door. Wooden garage doors need to be painted to prevent damage caused by water. They can withstand more wear and tear than steel garage doors. Wooden garage doors also have insulation options. If you want to have a customized garage door, then a wooden one will be the best bet.
You can select form a wide range of doors, so be sure to choose one based on sturdiness requirements. Depending on your sturdiness needs, you can select from a wide range or doors. The door you choose will provide the insulation to keep your garage cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. The door also secures the garage from intruders, and from strong wind and other extreme weather conditions. There is also an additional safety advantage of an automatic roller garage over a manual garage door. Most are equipped with an infrared sensor that detects any type of movement when the garage is closing. When the obstruction is identified, the garage stops moving downward and reverses up. This feature is great if you have young children or pets.
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.
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