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3 Steps To Finding The Right Garage Door
- Decide On The Garage Door That Is Best For Your Home
- Make Sure Your Getting The Best Warranty
- Choose The Best Company
In the following sections you will find a list of the three steps you need to learn about each material & style, garage door warranties, and how to choose the best company. And , you will have quickly figured out the perfect door for you. It will only take a few minutes but don't rush! You'll own the door you choose for a long time and this page will help you find the best one for you.
# 1: Find The Best Garage Door For Your Home
Ultimately the best garage door is the one best suited to your needs. We proudly sell and professionally install Clopay®, Dab®, Gadco® and Wayne Dalton®, Raynor® & Amaar® Garage Doors. These manufacturers have the best reputation in the industry because of the quality, durability, and warranties they provide. We have relationships with each of them so that you have a large selection of doors available to you and can be assured of getting the best garage door based on your needs.
Hurricane Garage Doors
This door is designed so well that it withstands winds up to 180mph while being large missile impact rated.
Florida law requires all garage doors installed to meet or exceed county wind codes and impact requirements. To enforce this policy, it is required to get a permit from the local county building department. This is for the consumer's protection and ensures the correct wind code is used and that the door is installed by a certified installer. Fines are stiff for nonconformity.
All garage doors we sell & install meet or exceed Florida required codes for wind load resistance.
Hurricane Garage Door Upgrades
Garage doors installed prior to 1985 (before more stringent building codes were adopted) may not have the necessary protection and reinforcement that hurricane coded garage doors do today.
Precision can add the necessary reinforcement to your existing garage door to meet the wind resistance standard at about half the cost of installing a new hurricane garage door. These doors are accepted by most homeowner policies.
Learn more about Hurricane Garage Door Upgrades.
Steel Garage Doors
Steel doors are durable, attractive and virtually maintenance free. Steel Doors can also be insulated to lower your energy costs.
Steel is the least expensive garage door you can buy which makes them a very popular choice.
Many new styles of steel garage doors are now available that meet the requirements for wind & impact resistance including modern carriage house designs, raised and flat panel doors. There are also many colors and window styles from which to choose. Don't worry we'll show you all the available options.
# 2 - Get The Best Warranty
All doors installed by Precision Door have a manufacturer's warranty that ranges from 3 years to lifetime on the panels and 3 to lifetime on hardware. Plus an additional year for labor/workmanship during the installation.
We also offer a Lifetime Warranty Upgrade - you'll never have to pay for a repair again on your new garage door.
# 3 - Use The Best Garage Door Company
Choose only a Brevard County Certified Contractor. License # should appear in all ads and website. Our Brevard County Garage Door Contractor LIC #14-GR-CT-00088, Indian River Garage Door Contractor LIC #20620, St Lucie Garage Door Contractor LIC #29317. Call the Brevard County Licensing at 321-633-2072 and make sure before hiring anyone.
Ask to sign a total amount for the job before work begins.
When buying a new door make sure the price includes taking away the door away and the cost of the permit.
Make sure the phone is answered in the same business name you called in the ad. If they answer with a generic "garage doors" they may be operating under multiple names in an attempt to deceive.
The technician should arrive in a company uniform.
Trucks should have the name of the company, phone number and logo. (when there is no information on the truck and no uniform it might indicate the company is fly-by-night or a sub-contractor is doing the work. In either case it might be difficult to track down who actually did the work if you have a problem).
Ask the company for a copy of their current liability insurance policy. If the tech is injured in the garage and this policy is not in force, you could be held liable.
Ask for a labor warranty. Labor should be warranted for at least one year.
The company should answer their phones 24/7. If it is difficult to connect when hiring, you can expect it to be even more difficult when calling back in the case of problem or emergency.
Criminal background checks should be administered on all employees. (You don't want a felon in your garage.)
Never write a check to someone's personal name and try to avoid paying in cash.
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