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Residential Garage Doors


At Fenner Garage Door, we only use top quality products, to ensure you are satisfied with your purchase. For that reason, our manufacturers of choice are Wayne Dalton and CHI ovehead doors.


In order to make your decision on which garage door to choose, we have supplied some information below and some design links at the bottom of the page.


When purchasing a new residential garage door, what often comes to mind are style and color, but there are actually 4 main factors to consider. Budget, style, insulation and maintenance.


Budget is pretty self-explanatory. However, it is best to have a price range that you are willing to spend (from low to high) so you don’t leave out any important factors when making you decision.


Let’s face it, your new garage door is designed to last for years and will enhance the look and feel of your home.


The first step will be to set your budget, which will help to narrow down the options and make it easier to choose the style and materials that will suit your needs as well as enhance the appearance of your home.


Once you have set a budget, it’s time to pick the type of material it is made from and your choice of style.


When choosing the materials your garage door will be made from, you should consider, strength, durability, thermal factor and maintenance.


Thermal factor is basically the insulation characteristics of your door. Do you live in an area of extreme temperatures, and if so, how often are you in the garage? If you do not live in extreme temperatures, you may be fine with a non-insulated door.


The most common materials that residential garage doors are made from are: wood, aluminum, fiberglass and steel but this will vary some by style.


Some common style choices with residential garage doors are as follows:


Raised Panel – (both short and long panel options are available)


Raised Panel Fiberglass-Residential Garage Door

The raised panels have a recessed edge, but the interior surface of each panel is brought slightly forward, adding just a hint of definition to a classic garage door design. They are available in both fiberglass and steel.


Recessed Panel

Recessed Panel Steel-Residential Garage Door

The recessed panels bring a classic look from the past, which gives the appearance of traditional wood frame and panel construction, shaped from steel and embossed with a natural wood grain finish. They are available in both aluminum and steel.


Flush Panel

Flush Panel Steel-Residential Garage Door

For those who prefer a contemporary look, flush panels provide clean lines for understated elegance, plain and simple. They are available in steel.


Carriage House Overlay

Carriage House Overlay Steel-Residential Garage Door

For those who prefer a more traditional look, the carriage house overlay allows for traditional styling of a wood grain finish to be formed from fiberglass, steel or wood.


Carriage House Stamped

Carriage House Stamped Steel-Residential Garage Door

For those who prefer a more traditional look with added strength, the carriage house stamped allows for traditional styling of a wood grain finish forged in steel.


Accent Planks

Accent Planks-Woodtones Steel-Residential Garage Door

For those who want to stand out from the crowd with accented woodtones in a micro-grooved door made of steel. This contemporary style adds beauty to durability.


If you would like to custom design your own, or see what each style looks like on your home, you may click on the manufacturer’s images below to pull up their design pages. Once you decide, just call our main office with the info for a FREE quote at 407-385-3865


Design Your Own Residential Garage Door-CHI Overhead Doors

Design Your Own Residential Garage Door-Wayne Dalton


To get top quality residential garage doors in your area:

Give us a call in Orange and Osceola Counties at 407-385-3865, in Lake County call 352-404-4271 and in Polk County call 863-588-4468 or submit your info on the form to get a FREE quote or to schedule an appointment.




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