Middle Island Garage Door Installations

If you're looking to significantly upgrade the appearance of your Middle Island home, a new garage door installation is the perfect project for you. Garage doors are the largest, heaviest moving part of a home. They also account for 30% of a residence's curbside clout. This makes it the most prominent physical component of a home. Studies show that a new garage door installation can increase a home's value by between 1%-It's also very frequently used. On average, homeowners open and close their garage door over 1500 times per year.

Studies show that a new garage door installation can increase a home's value by between 1%-4%. Considering the cost of a home, that's an excellent return. Garage doors are also used a lot more than we realize. On average, homeowners open and close their garage door over 1500 times per year. It's practically replacing the front door as a resident's primary entry and exit point to their home.

The Right Garage Door for you

So you've decided that a new garage door installation is both practical and beneficial to your Middle Island home. Now it's time to narrow down your options. The best way to start is by choosing a material.

  • Wood- There's nothing more traditional than a wooden garage door. They are classic, authentic, and easily customized. Wooden doors can be painted and stained in beautiful colors. They are also easily sized to fit a customer's needs. Choosing wood for your garage door is a durable choice. There's no risk of rusting or dents, and pricing varies from midrange to expensive. Unfortunately, wood doors are significantly high maintenance. They need to be repainted and stained every couple of years and are prone to chipping, warping, and rotting.
  • Steel- Steel is on of the most commonly used garage door materials. It's sturdy, and durable. It also has a wide variety of finishes available that can be pressed into the door's surface. Trendy designs, modern styles, and unique colors are limitless when it comes to a steel garage door. It's also friendly to the environment and after its long life is over, can be recycled. The downside is that steel has poor insulation properties. An efficiently insulated steel garage door will cost you a pretty penny. Steel can also dent, ding, which is not easy or cheap to fix. It, just like wood needs to be repainted every couple years, properly cleaned, and maintained.
  • Aluminum- Aluminum is a reasonably strong and durable. It's also cheaper than other metals. It's also lighter, therefore it puts less strain on a garage door's system. Less strain on a system means less maintenance and a longer lifespan. Aluminum is also naturally resistant to rust and corrosion. This makes it great for garage doors close to water, salt, and moisture. It's also easy to emboss, design, and is recyclable. Being that aluminum is lighter and softer than steel, it's more susceptible to dents and dings. Repairs can be costly. Aluminum gets softer with heat. Areas with harsh summers can reduce the durability of it.
  • Vinyl- Vinyl garage doors come in a variety of colors and can be further customized through different choices of glass and finishes. They can even replicated a wooden door, while eliminating the cons that come with them. Vinyl is easily maintained. It doesn't require regular painting and is also resistant to rust. It's very durable and not easily dented. It's also efficient in the elements. Hot summers will not fade it and cold winters will not crack it. Vinyl garage doors can be manufactured with internal insulation. This is great for regulating temperature in your garage/home, and keeping your stored items safe. Unfortunately, when you purchase a vinyl garage door, you get what you get and cannot change the color of it later on without purchasing another door. If you choose to get a vinyl garage door with no insulation, the vinyl itself will be a poor insulator and the temperature in your garage will not be controlled, leaving your belongings vulnerable to damage.

Once you've chosen the type of garage door that will perfectly fit your home, it's time to bring in the professionals.

Above & Beyond Garage Doors

Choosing a garage door company that you can trust, that has the proper knowledge to get the job done right is important. The professionals at Middle Island Garage Door Installation Company, Above & Beyond Garage Doors is a Long Island based company. This family owned business is fully licensed and insured. Each technician is expertly trained in a wide variety of garage door styles and brands. This is to ensure smooth, hassle free service executed with precision.

Appointments are made at the customer's convenience and a 24 hour line is offered for emergencies. Middle Island Garage Door Installation Company, Above & Beyond Garage Doors offers free estimates for fair pricing. If your Middle Island home is in need of a new garage door installation or replacement, call Above & Beyond Garage Doors at 631-736-0369 and be on the way to having the garage door of your dreams.

Call us today at 631-736-0369 for more information, set up an appointment, or get a free estimate.

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