Wood Garage Door Finish
While the look of real wood doors is great, genuine wood finish doors require refinishing every couple of years. And, if not maintained on a regular basis, you’ll be required to have your wood doors sanded and refinished to get them back to their original zeal. However, wood doors are highly customizable and provide a great return on investment when it’s time to sell your home.
Long Lasting Torsion Springs
Torsion springs are the coils above your garage door that help your garage door raise and lower slowly and safely. Over time, these springs will begin to wear, and eventually one or both of them will break. Investing in a spring that rated for more cycles, as opposed to a standard torsion spring, will increase their life span. Also, if one of your torsion springs break we suggest that you replace both of them as they have reached or surpassed their safe usage.
Nylon Garage Door Rollers
In many applications, the need for quiet garage door operations is paramount. If close to a bedroom or other living space, you may not want to hear the loud opening and closing of a garage door, so choose nylon garage rollers. Nylon rollers, as opposed to steel rollers, will be much quieter.