Precision Overhead Garage Doors of Spring Hill, FL
Serving The Hernando County Florida Area
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3 Things You Should Know Before Buying A Garage Door
1. Traditional or Carriage Style
The two most common styles of garage doors are traditional and carriage style.
Today's traditional garage doors are offered in long and short raised panel.
Carriage House Style go up and down like traditional overhead garage doors but give the appearance of opening out. Call us to learn more about the tremendous variety of carriage house doors available.
Please visit our Garage Door Designer to learn even more about the styles and window combinations you can choose from and send us your favorite for a free price quote.
Two less common but ultra-contemporary styles are Wrought Iron and Full View Aluminum. Call to learn more.
The most common garage door material is steel. It offers low maintenance, many pre-painted colors and is the most economical garage door on the market.
Wood garage doors offer a natural warmth. These doors can be customized to match the exterior of your home by either painting or staining.
Composite garage doors are made from recycled material and can be painted or stained to match the exterior of your home.
The energy efficiency of your new garage door will depend on how we'll it's insulated. Insulation also offer noise reduction and smooth operation of your new garage door.
Call now to schedule your free estimate.
Florida law requires all garage doors to meet local building codes. New garage doors installations require a permit from the local county building department. This is for the consumer's protection and ensures the correct wind code is used and that the door is installed by a certified installer.
All garage doors we sell & install meet or exceed Florida required codes for wind load resistance.
Wind load doors can withstand high-wind pressures during major weather events We can add reinforcement to meet local building codes for any garage door. So, you choose the right door style for you and then give us a call. We know the local building codes and will only install a garage door that meets the requirements and is permitted.