Garage Door Installation La Vista

Project Description

In need of a garage door installation, a homeowner from La Vista, NE, contacted Titan Garage Doors Lincoln NE. They had an ongoing house renovation that included the garage. They wanted the luxurious appearance of a wooden garage door but were hesitant because of its high maintenance. Our staff emailed them the various options, and the client finally chose a steel door with a faux wood finish. They also requested window frames reinforced with grilles and inserts. We finished the installation after two weeks' lead time, and the client was satisfied with the outcome. The oak woodgrain design and the outside surface texture went well together. 

One of the first things you will need to consider when installing a new garage door is what material it will be made of. Most of the garage doors we offer at Titan Garage Doors Lincoln NE are either steel or wooden, and there is not much difference between them in terms of function. Metal and wooden doors can both be automated and look beautiful. There are, however, some significant distinctions between the two. Here are a few benefits of steel and wooden garage doors.

Why Choose a Wooden Garage Door?

Wooden garage doors are popular for several reasons, including the sophisticated appearance they provide your house. There has been a growing trend for wooden doors to enhance the aesthetic appeal of a home, especially in the lead-up to a sale. They look beautiful and add a subtle elegance to any property. In addition, your garage may be able to match the appearance of the rest of the property if your home already has wooden features.

Because it is strong, secure, and well insulated, wood is a preferred material for garage doors. So, choosing a wooden garage door is not only about aesthetics; it will be just as durable as a door made of any other material.

At Titan Garage Doors Lincoln NE, we partner with manufacturers who produce various types of garage doors in a wide range of designs and materials. We have a selection of hand-built beautiful wood doors that we can customize to your specification. 

Why Choose a Steel Garage Door?

Wooden doors are not necessarily the best choice, however. First, there is no question that steel doors are generally more cost-efficient and much lower recurring costs regarding maintenance. Additionally, depending entirely on the design of your home, steel doors can complement the appearance of a home much better than wooden doors.

With wooden doors, regular maintenance is required and may involve cleaning, painting, coating, and sealing. However, since steel doors are generally more sturdy than wood alternatives, they do not frequently require this much upkeep. Therefore, steel doors are unquestionably a low-maintenance option and are unlikely to experience any warping or sagging, which can happen if wooden doors are not maintained properly.

Consider Other Options

Another alternative is to get a door constructed of fiberglass or glass-reinforced polyester (GRP). Fiberglass garage doors are expertly crafted using a combination of strength and design. These remarkable garage doors can set the tone for the rest of your home with their beautiful arches and bold features. In addition, these almost-maintenance-free doors are undoubtedly the best at withstanding bad weather conditions. They also provide excellent value for money. 

Garage Door Installation near Me

To customize the garage door on your home, turn to Titan Garage Doors Lincoln NE for a vast selection of styles, materials, windows, and add-ons. Our experts can help you build a solution that meets your demands if you need a garage door installation.

If your garage door opener suddenly stops working, we guarantee prompt responses and same-day service. We are qualified and experienced in repairing all models and brands, including the LiftMaster garage door opener.

To discuss the various options available, feel free to contact us immediately. We are happy to provide advice on garage doors at any time.

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