Raised Panel Garage Door Installation

traditional-raised-panel-garage-door models-510-511-and-3610Raised Panel Garage Doors are one of the most popular choices for homeowners considering a traditional garage door. As the classic American style that has proven to withstand the test of time, raised panel garage doors add a slight feature of depth that flows with most residential homes. The raised panel garage door is the most cost efficient option, and is often the go-to door for new construction, subdivision development, and individual replacements.

When choosing the right raised panel garage door for your project, you must consider the way that the door looks, and the way that it is built. DoorLink Manufacturing Inc. offers a variety of color and window options to achieve the desired appearance for your raised panel garage door. A standard feature on the traditional raised panel garage doors includes a deep woodgrain texture with a two coat, prefinished paint system for sustainable longevity and easier upkeep.

In addition to the curb appeal features of your design, DoorLink Manufacturing Inc. provides several standard sizes with the options of non-insulated, insulated, and steel-back sandwich doors, all made from top quality materials.

raised-ranch-panel-garage-door-models-590-591-and-3690The most popular models for traditional raised panel garage doors from DoorLink Manufacturing Inc. include Models #510-511 and #3610.

For homeowners seeking a close alternative to the traditional raised panel garage door, consider the Raised Ranch Panel Garage Door.

These raised ranch panel garage doors combine the classic style of traditional raised panel doors with a slightly differing appearance represented in longer panels across the door.

Doorlink Manufacturing Inc. offers raised ranch panel garage doors in Models #590-591 and #3690.

Raised Panel Garage Door Appearance Options
Raised Panel Garage Door Build Options


Raised Panel Garage Door Appearance Options

Standard Color Options for Raised Panel Garage Doors

  • #510-511 and #590-591 – White, Almond, Sandstone
  • #3610 and #3690 – White, Almond, Sandstone, Desert Tan, Brown, and Black

Window Options for Raised Panel Garage Doors

Window Features can be added to all raised panel garage door models for an additional cost. Though some window features for traditional and ranch raised panel garage doors are recognized by the same names, it is important to note that the appearance of the window will be determined by the garage door style. The differences between window options for traditional and ranch raised panel garage doors are shown in the pictures below.

  •  #510-511 and #3610 – Sherwood, Williamsburg, Cascade, Cathedral, Stockton, Stockbridge, and Waterton.
  • #590-591 and #3690 – Sherwood, Williamsburg, Cascade, Stockton, and Stockbridge.

 

Standard Color Options for Traditional Raised Panel Garage Doors

raised-panel-garage-door-standard-color-optionsIf the color of your garage door is more important for your project than the insulation features, then the available color options will be the determining factor in which traditional raised panel garage door is right for you.

Models #510-511 and #590-591 come in three standard color options, while models #3610 and #3690 have six total color options available.

All colors are placed over a deep woodgrain texture and include a two coat prefinished paint system. The 1.0 mil paint system includes .25 mil of rust inhibiting primer and a .75 mil exterior top coat. The DoorLink Manufacturing Inc. paint system is constructed to resist fading and chalking, provides consistent color from panel to panel made to withstand time for a long life.

Color Options Available Include:

  • #510-511 and #590-591 – White, Almond, Sandstone
  • #3610 and #3690 – White, Almond, Sandstone, Desert Tan, Brown, and Black

Window Options for Traditional Raised Panel Garage Doors

Windows for traditional raised panel garage doors add an additional touch of customization to reach your desired appearance. Windows are not a necessary factor in garage doors, but as an added measure of convenience and curb appeal, a variety of options are available for all traditional raised panel garage doors. This feature depends upon your personal preference for style. The images below represent the appearance of window options for traditional raised panel garage doors models #510-511 and #3610. The appearances of these options are not the same for raised ranch panel garage doors. Continue scrolling to observe the window options for raised ranch panel garage doors.

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Window Options for Raised Ranch Panel Garage Doors

As with traditional raised panel doors, windows are an optional feature that you may choose to add to your raised ranch panel garage door design. When choosing the right window option for your garage door, look closely at the differences in window styles for the type of garage door option that you have chosen. Though the names of the window designs are alike for both traditional and ranch raised panel garage doors, the appearance of the window is determined by the door model that you choose. The images below represent the appearance of window options for raised ranch panel garage door models #590-591 and #3690.

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Raised Panel Garage Door Build Options


Non-Insulated Raised Panel Garage Doors

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Traditional Raised Panel Garage Doors; Image Source: Doorlink Manufacturing Inc.

Doorlink Manufacturing Inc. offers non-insulated raised panel garage door as the lowest cost option for individuals interested in enhancing curb appeal on a tight budget. Models #510 and #590 are non-insulated, raised panel garage doors constructed with 25 gauge steel.

Standard Features of Models #510 and #590

  • Hot dipped galvanized steel construction with hemmed inside return rail provides superior strength and durability.
  • Rolled safety edges on section joints eliminate sharp edges, and provide extra strength.
  • Heavy duty, 19 Gauge hot dipped galvanized stiles give strong, rigid support for all hinges, rollers, and operator attachment.
  • The stiles are attached with rivets, providing superior strength when compared to common sheet metal joining methods.
  • The raised panel doors are constructed with tongue and groove meeting rails for superior strength and better sealing against wind, rain, and snow.
  • The rigid aluminum retainer provides added strength while securing a replaceable u-shaped, bottom weather-strip to help keep the elements out.

Insulated Raised Panel Garage Doors

Insulated Raised Panel Garage DoorDoorlink Manufacturing Inc. offers insulated raised panel garage doors that include additional luxury features to enhance energy savings, quiet operational cycles, and reduces external noises.

Models #511 and #591 are constructed of 25 gauge steel, and are constructed with the highest quality insulation features on the market.

Additional Features for Insulated Raised Panel Doors Models #511 and #591

  • The R VALUE 6.85 insulation enhances your home’s energy savings, makes your door operation quieter, and reduces exterior noise in your garage.
  • CFC Free expanded polystyrene is an environmentally friendly insulation that will not degrade with vibration or time.
  • The high impact plastic back cover protects the insulation, and enhances the interior look of your garage door.

 


Steel-Back Sandwich

Steel-back-Sandwich-Raised-Panel-Garage-DoorThe steel-back sandwich option offers the highest R-Value for insulation of all traditional raised panel garage doors. With models #3610 and #3690 by Doorlink Manufacturing Inc., the raised panel garage door is constructed of a three layer, 2” sandwich combination.

Though models #3610 and #3690 are constructed with a thinner 26 gauge steel, these garage doors are considered one of the strongest designs. These doors are manufactured as a three layer sandwich combination, and these models reflects the highest cost in the construction options of raised panel garage doors.

Unlike other traditional and ranch raised panel door models, the #3610 and #3690 models include insulation elements as part of their standard features package.

Standard Features

  • Hot dipped galvanized 26 gauge steel construction provides superior strength and durability.
  • 20 gauge galvanized steel hinge plates run the full height of each section at all hinge locations to facilitate the attachment of hinges, handles, struts, and step plates.
  • Tongue and groove meeting rails provide superior strength and better sealing against wind, rain, and snow.
  • A rigid aluminum retainer provides added strength while securing the replaceable u-shaped bottom weather-strips to help keep the elements out.
  • The R VALUE 10.25 insulation is constructed of a sandwich type design with polystyrene insulation pressure bonded between two sheets of 26 gauge hot dipped galvanized steel, which enhances your home’s energy savings, makes your door operation quieter, and reduces exterior noise in your garage.
  • CFC Free expanded polystyrene offers an environmentally friendly insulation that will not degrade with vibration or time.

Standard and Specialty Sizes for Raised Panel Garage Doors

Depending upon the size of your garage door opening, size options for raised panel garage doors range from 8’ to 24’. All traditional and ranch raised panel doors reach widths of 18’. Though most garage door openings are 18’ wide or smaller, the options for larger door sizes are available with slightly thicker steel for extra strength.  Models #510-511 and #590-591 are available in sizes up to 18’.

If your garage door opening is 20’-22’ or 24’, your choices for the traditional and ranch raised panel doors are available with Models #3610 and #3690.

The number of panels for each garage door size varies according to the width of the garage door. This feature allows a symmetrical appearance that completes the traditional and ranch style aesthetics of raised panel garage doors.

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