Garage Doors

Long Raised Panel Garage Door

#LI 590,591,3690

Simplicity at its best. Our most basic affordable garage door. Now with durable low-maintenance steel, and more modern look with longated raised section.

Style

  • Traditional

Material

  • Steel

Insulation

  • None
  • Semi Insulated
  • Full Insulated

Additional Options

  • Extra Windload
  • Glass
  • Weather Guard Strip
  • Quiet Package
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What our clients say

I had a garage door opener problem and they had somebody out in 15 minutes. Joe was very cool and very helpful. He explained exactly what was wrong and got it fixed quickly. Highly recommended!

Steve D’Agostino

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We have collected some frequently asked questions, and we hope that these will be beneficial for you.
if there is any doubt, please feel free to contact us

  • Garage door wheel jumping out of track
    One of the main reasons garage door rollers derail is that the track and the rollers themselves are not lubricated properly. These two surfaces will generate a lot of friction and it’s important that they have the lubrication needed to keep moving together smoothly. Tracks that are not securely fastened to the garage wall can create problems by moving too much, coming off the wall entirely, or just being slightly loose enough to misdirect the rollers. So it’s important to make sure your tracks are firmly and tightly fastened. A misaligned track can also cause problems and should be fixed by a qualified technician.
  • Garage door goes up but not down
    The problem is either due to the garage door sensors being blocked, loose wires at the sensors or at the motorhead, or just bad sensors. You can try unplugging the system and then plugging it back in. if that does not fix the problem call a professional right away
  • My garage door won’t open
    Look at the tracks on the side of the door, if there is anything interrupting the door from going up like a lock. If not, look at the tension cables on the side of the door, if they are loose or ripped. If the garage door won’t open and you don’t see anything wrong, it may be an issue with the garage door opener, a garage door spring (i.e: a broken garage door spring), or your door is in need of maintenance. In order to diagnose and repair the opener and to determine if you need a garage door spring replacement or garage door spring repair we highly recommend calling a garage door company since it can be dangerous.
  • Garage door stuck closed
    Garage doors have many moving parts that work together to open/close the door. When your garage door stuck closed you should check it does not have a lock or anything interrupting it from opening. If there is nothing in the way of the door you may want to check the cables on the side of the garage, as well as the garage door springs and the garage door opener. When garage doors are stuck closed and you can’t see anything blocking them it means one of the components responsible to lift the door up is either damaged or broken. Since garage door repair may be dangerous and cause injuries both for experienced and inexperienced people we highly recommend calling a professional garage door company. You may be able to solve the issue over the phone without having a technician visit and without having to wait. 
  • Garage door won’t open manually
    If your garage door won’t open manually, check if there is anything in the way of the garage door blocking it. If the garage door path is clear (assuming you already released the red emergency cord if you have a garage door opener), you may have an issue with your garage door springs. A broken garage door spring or a spring adjustment. Either way dealing with garage door repair and spring repair, in particular, may be extremely dangerous and will require a professional garage door company
  • Garage door won’t open or close
    There is a difference between garage doors that won’t open and garage doors that won’t close, each instance is different and must be diagnosed properly. If your garage door won’t open or close it may be related to the garage door opener, garage door spring or other parts that prevent it from moving upwards. If you hear a sound from your garage door opener when you press the garage door remote or the wall unit, then the next thing to check is if the garage door opener is attached to the garage door properly. If the answer is yes, you can look at the garage door springs and your garage door rollers (wheels on the sides of the door). If everything looks fine but the door still doesn’t operate properly, don’t try to repair it yourself, trying to repair a garage door can be very dangerous, call a professional for assistance.
  • Garage door won’t go up
    If your garage door won’t go up, there may be an issue with your garage door spring, or the garage door opener system. If your garage door operated manually (without a motor) and you cannot lift the door with your hands, you may want to check if there is something in the way (i.e; a lock). If your garage door is operated by a garage door opener, you will need to check a few things. First, check if the garage door opener connected properly to the door. If the garage door opener is attached properly and nothing is in the way, you may have an issue with the opener itself or the garage door spring system. If the door is fully closed, all the way down (without a gap at the bottom) you may be able to release the emergency cord of the opener to open your door manually. If you have an issue with the springs you may find it difficult or nearly impossible to open your garage door manually/automatically.
  • Is garage door covered by homeowners warranty company?
    Garage doors are usually not covered under your homeowner’s warranty company. However, the opener is usaually covered by most warranty companies (included with your home appliances). If you have a homeowner warranty you should check if the garage door opener is listed in your policy. If it is listed, you can call your warranty company and they will send a garage door company that works with them. The warranty company may or may not cover all your garage door opener repair/replace depending on your policy and the cause for the damage.
  • How do you lubricate a garage door opener belt?
    In order to lubricate a garage door opener’s belt, you need to use the appropriate lubricant that will not ruin the belt. We recommend using lithium or silicone-based spray and go over the whole belt, rail, and trolley every 4-6 months. If you want to lubricate the opener sprocket you should use white grease.
  • How long do garage doors last?
    Estimates on longevity are based around usage, but most experts believe the average garage door should last between 15–30 years, depending on construction quality, maintenance and local climate conditions
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