Shop for overhead garage doors at local distributors or a cheaper, discount company. Many times, the units are exact matches. The biggest difference is that buying from a wholesaler requires you to find a professional contractor to handle installation. If you buy direct from the distributor, installation is included.
Add accessories to your new garage or carport opening. A keypad entry system lets friends or family type in the code to gain entrance. This is handy if you don't want to have to hand out keys that might get lost. Wireless remote controls also provide entrance to the bay. Simply press the button on the remote and the metal, steel, or vinyl rolling panels lift out of the way.
Consider the type of unit that suits your needs. Metal or steel panels resist heavy winds. If you live in areas prone to tornado or hurricane damage, these units are best. Vinyl panels resist dry rot and mildew and suit wet, snowy regions. Upgrade your current systems during a remodeling or building project.
These units suit commercial and residential settings. Commercial businesses open the bays only when needed. The heavy units lift up when a truck comes to pick up deliveries or drop off inventory. Residential units simply a homeowner's life. Choose custom designs that suit your home's exterior colors or architectural details.
Purchase your new overhead system and discover how they simplify your life. There's no more manual lifting of the bulky frame and panel. The electric motor manually opens the door using chains and counterweights. Simply sit in your car, press the opener control, and wait for the bay to open. Once opened, drive in and park. It's that easy. If you need repairs, call your local dealer and ask for recommended contractors.