Yes. Visit our Architect’s Corner, for technical and specification information on our commercial and residential products. This tool allows you to download full product specifications, CAD drawings, BIM models, and product brochures with a few simple clicks.
Garage door owner manuals are located under the support section on our website.
Our doors range from 8' wide to 20' wide (in 1 ft. increments). Standard heights are 7' and 8' tall. Odd-heights and odd-widths are also available and vary by individual door series.
Many of our residential garage doors can be painted. Please see your owner's manual for specific painting instructions. In addition, most of our commercial doors can be powder coated. We offer 197 powder coat colors to best complement the look of your home or your facility.
Yes, replacing only a section of your garage door is possible in some cases; however, depending upon the damage involved, the entire door may need to be replaced. Contact an Overhead Door Distributor to evaluate your specific situation and make recommendations for the best solution.
R-Value is a measure of thermal efficiency, the higher the R-value the greater the insulating properties of the door. Overhead Door Corporation uses a calculated door section R-value for our insulated doors. We have several door styles to meet your insulated door needs for both residential and commercial applications.
There are many factors that play into the price of a garage door such as: design, material, level of thermal efficiency, and geographic region. The great news is, according to Remodeling Magazine’s 2013 Cost vs. Value study, purchasing a new garage door is a great remodeling investment. To get a quote on a specific product, contact your local Overhead Door Distributor.
Our garage door systems are built for long-lasting performance and daily use, but we recommend inspecting your garage door annually. If you suspect a problem, your local Overhead Door Distributorcan conduct a thorough evaluation and perform routine maintenance. Read our blog article aboutgarage door maintenance.
Yes. A residential garage door requires a minimum of 4 1/2” of headroom space. Your garage door system may need a low-headroom track system or a low-headroom-torsion rear-track system. For a garage door opener, you will need slightly more headroom (about 6 1/2” minimum).
Yes, your Overhead Door Distributor has insulation kits available to add insulation to your existing garage door.
Overhead Door’s wide selection of designs provides a variety of garage doors to complement any architectural style. Use DoorView®, our online visualization tool, to upload a photo of your home and select the right garage door for you.
Although all garage doors require some level of maintenance, many of our doors offer a low maintenance solution without sacrificing design.
We make a door for every climate.
Garage door warranty information can be found on our website under support.