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Roseto – Suter Overhead Door, Inc. has been serving Erie PA and Meadville PA since 1962 installing the highest quality Garage Doors. We specialize in overhead doors of all sizes and of course garage door openers. We are based out of the East side of Erie, PA and service all of Erie County as well as Crawford County including Meadville, PA, Conneaut Lake and Cambridge Springs PA.
Please visit http://www.wayne-dalton.com/ to take a look at some of the products that we offer.
At Roseto - Suter Overhead Door Inc we know shopping for a garage door is a difficult task if you aren't knowledgeable about garage doors. Roseto - Suter Overhead Door Inc wants to make the process simple and fun! Garage doors come in many different designs, colors, insulation values and sizes let the qualified specialists at Roseto - Suter Overhead Door Inc help you.
1. The look of your garage door
You shouldn't settle for
ordinary when extra-ordinary is affordable! Wayne-Dalton doors come
in several designs & colors. The doors come in several
different sizes and they also come with different insulation
values. The Model 9800 is a molded wood-grain fiberglass surface
concealing it's durable steel and polyurethane construction. The
9800 offers a deep, rich wood-grain pattern that looks remarkably
like real wood.
The Model 9700 door offers the look of an old-fashioned carriage house door with the durability of steel. For instance, Lexington design has a cross buck design that reminds you of a quaint barn door and the Charleston has a triangular pattern. The point is - there are many different looks to consider other than the traditional raised panel garage door. Look at the rest of your home's architecture, and then find the design that matches it well.
Colors are also important. Most Wayne-Dalton models come in a variety of colors to choose from and all are ready for additional painting should you decide to get really creative and paint the door to match your shutters or siding. Or you could paint it two or even three different colors to make your garage door into a true fashionable statement. Hey, did we just use the terms garage door and fashionable in the same sentence? You bet we did!
With today's high energy costs, insulation in a garage door is just as valuable as anywhere else in your home. The number of uninsulated garage doors sold continues to decline as consumers demand energy efficiency for cost savings and comfort, which is more important than ever as more people use their garage as a work place or social gathering spot, and not just storage. The thermal property of insulation is expressed as an R-value. A higher R-value can translate into lower energy usage, cost, and even reduce outside noise or help the door operate more quietly. Most insulated doors are constructed using polystyrene or polyurethane foam.
A polystyrene insulated door can be thicker but has a lower R-Value than polyurethane. A polyurethane insulated door might look thinner but actually offers a much higher insulation R-value. Not only does this make the door better insulated, it also makes the door incredibly strong and helps lessen noise while the door operates, as is common with single sheet metal doors that have no insulation or even polystyrene insulation.
Can the largest moving object in my house be dangerous? Make sure it isn't. Safety is a concern with any product, and garage doors are no different. Since it is a large moving object that many family members interact with, it should have as many safety features as possible. Pinch-resistant doors feature a design that pushes fingers out of harm's way should they accidentally be placed too close to a closing door. Tamper resistant bottom brackets reduce the risk of injury from garage door components under tension. The polyurethane insulation even provides better fire safety in that this type of insulation reduces the amount of smoke and flames in the event of a fire. For, additional safety, see what is new with counterbalance springs described in item #5.
4. Window designs
Don't think you want windows in your garage door? Think again! Many people underestimate the value the windows can add to their garage doors. To best illustrate the difference, select a sample home from Wayne-Dalton's Garage Door Design Center and look at it with and without windows. The difference can be stunning and turn an ordinary or even a good looking door into an even better one. They also allow natural light into the garage that can make a gloomy garage interior much more appealing during the day. If you want to be able to look out your garage door, have the windows put in the third section from the bottom. If you don't want to look out the door, but want the beauty and natural light of windows, then have them put in the top section of the door.
5. Spring design
A spring mechanism is what opens and closes your garage doors and overhead doors. The springs are wound tightly when your door is the closed position. As the door opens, the springs unwind, which provides the force to open the door. As the door closes, the weight of the door actually winds the springs back up until it closes completely. At this point the springs have their full tension again.
Wayne-Dalton offers some of the best warranties in the industry, including many of its models with Lifetime Limited warranties. Other models have 10 years, which is still a significant time frame. Our great warranties offer you the peace of mind that the manufacturer is confident about the design and construction of its doors, and will back that up should the door happen to fail for reasons noted in the warranty.
7. Material make-up (steel, wood, or fiberglass)
How long your door will last, what kind of punishment it can take, or even how much annual maintenance it will require is strongly determined by the material used to make the door. Steel doors will offer you long durability with only occasional need for cleaning or touch-up. Fiberglass doors can last even longer, especially in environments with harsh weather conditions. And with the advent of Wayne-Dalton's Model 9800 fiberglass doors which is made with Therma-Tru's AccuGrain™ Technology, is as close as you can get to the real depth of wood. Real wood garage doors require the most maintenance, as they will need painted or stained every few years. But if the look and feel of real wood is what you want, then it's a choice that can't be beat.
Everyone has a budget. However, many people are surprised to find out how affordable garage doors can be. Most guess twice as much as what it actually comes out to be. When considering what to spend, consider that this purchase won't be made again for many, many years, if ever. And what you put on your garage now will have a big impact on the garage itself and maybe even more significantly, to the rest of your home. A few extra dollars now could give a benefit of a lifetime, and raise the value of your home to a new level.
Wayne-Dalton garage doors and Genie® openers offer a dynamite door and garage door opener combination that can't be beat! The Genie brand has a long history of reliability and quality that consumers trust and ask for by name. Some of our most trusted garage doors and garage door openers include the Genie ReliaG™ 800 opener (model 2024) the Chain Lift® / BeltLift™ opener (model 1024) and the Screw Drive opener (model CM8600). We have additional accessories available for ordering include 1-, 2-, and 3-button transmitters, wireless keypads, 3-function wall consoles, and other items.
Call Roseto-Suter Overhead Door Inc. for all of you garage door needs today. We proudly serve Erie, PA, Meadville, PA and the surrounding areas.
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