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The idea of buying a new garage door, doesn't sound that complicated. In reality, you have a number of choices when it comes to picking the perfect door for your house. There's a plethora of products to choose from, and then you can decide on a look that willl compliment with your existing garage and home.

People nowadays, have become extremely cost-conscious. You'll need to keep the cost of your project in mind mainly because it is the cost, in part, that will establish which door you're going to end up with. If you're considering purchasing a new garage door, consider the following choices:

STEEL

Steel is, by far, the most common material used for a new garage door. It ranks first in durability and offers a safe and secure barrier between your home and the outside world. Steel doors stand up to weather, wear and tear better than any other product. Due to the fact that new technologies have come forth in recent years in regards to laminating coverings, your garage door can look like it's made out of any material, including wood or timber, but in reality, the garage door is still constructed of steel.

Assuming you pay to have your steel door set up, you should expect a price range between $700 for a small garage door, to $1,300 for a larger door. The cost varies by the door dealer, of course.

WOOD

No matter how great the most recent laminate may be, it can't replace the incredible beauty of a timber garage door. Timber blends in beautifully with a home of any style and garage you have. The price of a wooden garage door is a little more expensive than a steel garage door. A wooden garage door does require more maintenance than steel doors, but numerous homeowners agree that the additional work is worth the stunning look.

ALUMINUM

If you're searching for a bargain basement option, aluminum is it. These doors won't rust, they will not warp or fall victim to a harsh winter, and they won't give out when you need them most and are extremely reliable. Typically, a set of aluminum doors will be inexpensive. Many laminate coverings that are available for steel doors are also available for aluminum garage doors, so if you like that natural, wooden design, you can have it. The only drawback with an aluminum door is that it can dent very easily. They are also a little less secure than other types of doors.

FIBERGLASS

Fiberglass is probably the least common of all materials for garage doors, but it is still used around the world in places where salt air corrosion is a problem. Fiberglass is light weight, affordable, and easily installed, however it can yellow, crack, and break down faster than any of the above mentioned above styles. It is not a good product to use in locations where cold is definitely a concern, but if you have a bungalow in a tropical atmosphere, then you most probably want to go with this style. An additional warning: fiberglass doesn't provide the best insulation use.

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