When you renovate your home, you do not necessarily need to use modern designs. In fact, traditional, classic styles are still very popular.
If you want to give your newer home some classic elements or preserve the design of your older home, you should not forget to include a garage door in your plans.
Garage doors are an important part of your home’s appearance. Choosing a classic style, such as a carriage house door, does not mean sacrificing modern features. Today’s garage door manufacturers have modern doors that retain a classic appearance. These doors have weatherproofing capabilities and low-maintenance makeup, but they are faithful to traditional designs. This means that you can have the best of both worlds: a classic design and a state-of-the-art, long-lasting door.
How do you define a “traditional” or “classic” home design?
Homes that fall into the traditional or classic category often have design elements that were originally popular 40 or 50 years ago (or maybe even earlier). Many classic houses, though not all, are bungalows, single-story (ranch-style) homes, and 2-story cottage-style dwellings. These homes may have different elements that were added based on what was popular during the eras after they were built. Some newer homes have copied these styles of yesteryear to create a classic appearance.
What are Garaga’s traditional garage door styles?
Garaga recognizes that homeowners will need more than one traditional garage door style to choose from. This is why our garage doors come in different styles with accents and features that can further customize their look.
Standard+ door, Prestige model 40 ½ x 15 in. designs embossed in the metal
Standard+ door, Shaker CC model 21 x 15 in. designs embossed in the metal
Standard+ door, Classic CC model 21 x 13 in. rectangular pattern
Standard+ door, Classic XL model, 40 x in. embossed pattern
Customize even more with windows!
Windows can help your door match even better with your home’s design. Garaga offers window models that could help to tie the style of your door in with your home’s architecture. In addition to design, you can also customize your window by choosing a type of glass. Clear glass is one option, but you can also choose printing process glass, Thermacrystal and various types of textured glass.
What is the next step?
If you want to learn more about getting a classic garage door, you can contact us anytime at 705-324-1005 or visit our showroom to see samples for yourself. We also offer convenient quotation via email.