Ever wonder how a new garage door would look, on your home? It’s easy to picture, with Wayne Dalton’s Design Center!
It’s easy as 1-2-3!
- Simply upload a photo of your home (or, choose from a pre-existing gallery of homes)
- Place your door(s) into position
- Select the model and options you want!
Visit the Design Center here! Within a few minutes, you can better visualize the look a new door will give to your home.
(An important point to remember is that images on screen will tend to be brighter and less detailed than the real thing, so be sure to visit us to request a colour chip or an actual door panel sample)
Yes, painting instructions for steel doors are found here. We recommend not painting the door unless absolutely necessary.
One thing to be cautious of is making sure the paint cures properly, and to not add too many layers of paint so as to prevent the door from balancing or sealing properly.
Sometimes if the paint does not cure properly, the weatherstrip may stick to the door, causing it to shudder or stick when operating.
How do you properly maintain your garage door? How do you know when it is time for a replacement?
The garage door experts at Clopay have all the answers for you here http://www.clopaydoor.com/residential/buyingguide/service-and-replacement
(excerpt from Wayne Dalton)
Most polystyrene insulated doors can be thicker but have a lower R-Value than polyurethane. If you are looking for thermal efficiency and a high R-Value, do not be fooled by the thickness of the door!
A polyurethane insulated door might look thinner but actually offers a much higher insulation R-value. That is because of the way the insulation expands during the manufacturing process to tightly fill the cavity between the two steel panels as it bonds to the skins of the door.
Not only does this make the door better insulated, it also makes the door incredibly strong and helps lessen noise while the door operates.
Read more at http://www.wayne-dalton.com/residential/Pages/garage-doors-101.aspx