Garage Doors


Gartech provides its customers with an ample amount of choices in residential garage doors, from traditional designs to modern look and styles. Our leading garage doors supplier is Door Link Manufacturing Inc. along with Amarr, Barmac, Wayne-Dalton, Clopay, Garaga, LiftMaster, Craftsman, SteelCraft etc.

Choosing the right brand is not an only important thing, but deciding on the right material for your garage doors is equally important. All the major factors that include maintainability, durability and strength of the garage doors, all depends on the type of material. Gartech offers both insulated and non-insulated garage doors. Below are the major forms of insulation in garage doors:

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Polyurethane-This is more resistant and energy-efficient than polystyrene. In this, a liquid spray is injected into the panels of door that hardens and expands filling the whole cavity.
Polystyrene (Styrofoam) – This is less resistant than polyurethane and is molded in such that it fits the cavities of door panels.


Steel is most common and highly used garage door material with below high points:

  • Durable and long-lasting
  • Involves less maintenance
  • Economical

If insulated, it offers more benefits that include:

  • Energy- efficient
  • Involves less maintenance
  • Noise proof

Using two to three layers of galvanized steel with lower gauge number, usually 24- or 25-, strengthens your garage door. Lower the gauge number, more powerful the garage door.


Wood is used by the people from olden days. It has conventional feel along with grace and authenticity that you can't find in other materials.

Ranging from low to high priced, the cost depends on the type of wood used. On the one hand, you have hardwood or plywood panels used with foam insulated light weight frame which will cost you less. On the other side, if you use mahogany, redwood or cedar wood, it will cost you high.

Wood doors have some low points too. It needs regular maintenance and refinishing and does not offer long term warranty.


Offering a modern look, aluminum has below good points:

  • Light in weight
  • Resistant to rusts
  • Budget-friendly
  • Need less maintenance
  • Good choice to use if having a wider double door as there would not be much pressure on operating machine


Wood Composite offers below high points:

  • Look of wood but power and strength of steel
  • Resistant to rots
  • Splitting resistant


Vinyl has a long list of benefits:

  • Light in weight
  • Resistant to damages
  • Resistant to rusts
  • Long-lasting, especially in places that have harsh weather conditions
  • Need no paints


Fiberglass is not much popular but offers below good points::

  • Light in weight
  • High resistance to dents
  • High resistant to salt-water corrosion. (Mostly favored in coastal areas)

Fiberglass has just one low point that it blanches quickly on exposure to weather.