How do I choose a garage door company?
Here are some things to consider:
Cost: Be aware of what goes into the final cost for the garage doors you're purchasing. Low-cost doors often have shorter life spans or require costly aftermarket replacement parts and services. In fact, you may end up paying more in the long run by choosing the cheapest doors initially.
We, at Winfield Garage Doors, know the products that have proven to be reliable, and they're the only ones we carry. We've already weeded out problem vendors and products so you don't have to. In fact, our company only sells products with the best warranties in the industry.
Experience & Reputation: There are several important questions to ask yourself when selecting a garage door company, including: How long has the company been in business? Do they have any credentials or satisfied customers to speak of? With four generations of family in the industry and three decades as a company, Winfield Garage Doors has established itself as an experienced and reliable name.
How do I choose a garage door?
Do you want the door to serve primarily for its functionality or to enhance the architecture of your home? Do you need insulation? If you want custom-designed doors, would you like wood, composite, or steel? What's the style of your house? These are questions our knowledgeable sales representatives can help guide you through as you consider your options. They are here to answer your questions, and will find the door that best fits your needs, desires, and budget.
Additionally, we make the garage door selection process convenient for you. That's why our friendly professionals are ready and willing to consult you on-site, at your home, or in our showroom - the largest in the Delaware Valley. We have full-scale, current garage door models on display for you to see and touch, including an operating setup with opener - an experience you just cannot gain from a brochure or a home center kiosk.
How do I choose a garage door opener?
If you have a bedroom or any other living space directly above or adjacent to the garage, you should consider a belt drive. Belt drives offer the ultimate in quiet operation. Along with being virtually noiseless, LiftMaster's heavy duty belt drives are smooth, tough, and dependable. Belt drives are available in ½ or ¾ horsepower models.
Do you need a lot of overhead storage? Consider LiftMaster's Residential Jackshaft™ opener. The Residential Jackshaft, like all of LiftMaster's openers, is characterized by smooth operation, power, and reliability. The opener is mounted to the wall beside the garage door, allowing the ceiling space to be used for other things.
When choosing an opener, you should also consider a battery back-up option. LiftMaster offers the EverCharge™ Battery Backup System, which allows you to open your garage even during a power outage.