We Started Out By Reframing the Openings
Installing a new garage door properly requires having solid, flat interior jambs that are in good condition. This house had jambs in place that were too short to properly accommodate the bearing plates of the new torsion spring system we were installing. We probably could have made do, but we call ourselves “Doors Done Right” for a reason. We believe in doing top quality installations to ensure that our customers’ doors ard opners are installed neatly and safely for the long haul.
We also were installing somewhat thick doors and the concrete ledge at the bottom of the door would have become an issue with the old jamb thickness. We installed new 1″ x 4″ pine jambs, drilling pilots and fastening the tracks with extra long lag screws so that they went securely into the frame of the garage, not just the jambs.
State-of-the-Art Garage Door Systems to Update a Classic Princeton House
Maintaining classic charm and architectural integrity while use modern maintenance-free materials can be challenging, but when it comes to updated hardware, there should be no compromise. Installing quality hardware is critical to the longevity of your door. Doors Done Right upgrades the hardware on virtually every door we do, far surpassing the average dealer as well as the big box stores in value for your money.
On this job, we used a torsion spring system with galvanized torsion springs, expertly installed with both form and function as critical components of a door done right.
The Result: Beautiful, Durable, Maintenance-Free Carriage House Garage Doors for Long-Term, Daily Use
We think the customers here did an excellent job choosing these doors to meet their needs and to match the style and character of their house.
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We also carry doors from Amarr, CHI, Haas and many other brands.