Are you thinking about replacing your garage door? Perhaps you’ve had yours for decades and it’s truly starting to fall apart, or you’re planning on putting your home on the market and want to make it as appealing as possible for potential buyers. Whatever your reasoning may be, investing in a new garage door is a wise choice. Particularly if your garage door is on the front of your home, purchasing a new garage door will dramatically enhance the curb appeal of your home. Plus you’ll enjoy a quiet, highly reliable garage door every single day!
In Southern California, there are so many garage door companies. Just thinking about which one you should get an estimate from can feel daunting. But there’s no need to stress! Just call Carroll Garage Doors. We’ll discuss all your garage door options with you, give you an estimate you can really count on, and make sure you’re 100% satisfied with your new garage door from Carroll Garage Doors.
We have thousands of garage door makes and models from today’s top garage door brands (Wayne Dalton, Unique Garage Doors, Amarr, and more) for you to choose from. Our garage door experts will gladly help you narrow down your options and select the ideal door according to your style and budget.
Last week, we started a new blog series: Which garage door material is right for you? The first option we discussed was vinyl – you can check out that blog here.
This blog will discuss another popular garage door material: wood. Thinking about getting a wood garage door? Here’s what you need to know.
Pros of wood
Face it – wood garage doors are gorgeous. This traditional material has been being used for garage doors for decades, and for good reason. There are so many design options for wood garage doors – paint and stains are available in unlimited variations. Wood garage doors can be crafted from mahogany, hemlock, and other wood types. If your home is historic, wood often compliments the style of your home perfectly.
Cons of wood
We wouldn’t be doing our due diligence if we didn’t mention the drawbacks of wood. If you decide to go with a wood garage door, know that you’ll have to deal with more maintenance than steel, vinyl, and other garage door materials. To maintain the integrity and beauty of your wood garage door, you’ll have to get it maintained once a year. This yearly maintenance must include sanding and painting. When wood garage doors aren’t properly maintained, they can absorb moisture and potentially even start to rot. Additionally, wood garage door models are often much more expensive than their vinyl or steel counterparts.
Ready to get started?
No matter what kind of garage door material you’re interested in, we’ll make your garage door dreams come true. Schedule a free in-home consultation and estimate with Carroll Garage Doors by calling 1-888-578-2360 . Make an investment that’s truly worthwhile with a new garage door from Carroll Garage Doors.