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267 Union Street

Suite 2

Hackensack NJ 07601

(201) 632 - 1055

hackensackgaragedoorco@gmail.com

Hours of Opperation

Monday: 12noon - 10pm

Tuesday: 12noon - 10pm

Wednesday: 12noon - 10pm

Thursday: 12noon - 10pm

Friday: 12noon - 10pm

Sat & Sun: 8am - 10pm

Service Area

Bergen County Guaranteed Garage Door Repair Co. offers garage door service and garage door repairs in:

  • Hackensack, NJ

  • Teaneck, NJ

  • River Edge, NJ

  • Maywood, NJ

  • Oradell, NJ

  • Bergenfield, NJ

  • Ridgewood, NJ

  • Paramus, NJ

  • Emerson, NJ

  • New Milford, NJ

  • Haworth, NJ

  • Closer, NJ

  • Ho-Ho-Kus

  • Saddle River

  • Woodcliff Lake

  • Clifton, NJ

  • Rutherford, NJ

  • East Rutherford, NJ

  • Elmwood Park, NJ

  • Hawthorne, NJ

  • Fairlwan, NJ

  • Glen Rock, NJ

  • Garfield, NJ

  • Lodi, NY

  • Rochelle Park, NJ

  • Englewood, NJ

  • Tenafly, NJ

  • Hillsdale, NJ

  • Westwood, NJ

  • Cresskill, NJ

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Choosing a GarageDoor

What to Consider When Choosing a New Garage Door

Before you start shopping for a new garage door, learn what you should be looking for and get a sense of the vast possibilities this popular home improvement offers.

Every time you leave or return home, you can’t help but notice the garage door. But how often do you really look at it? If you’re like most, you rarely pause to consider the impact your garage door has on the

appearance of your home. Indeed, ever since the rise of the automobile, the garage door has become the dominant feature of most home exteriors. Paint colors, architectural details, and landscaping all contribute to a home’s character, but make no mistake, curb appeal inevitably suffers if a garage door appears worn, out of date, or simply doesn’t complement the rest of the house.

But this isn’t just about aesthetics. The right garage door can directly benefit a homeowner’s bottom line, both right away and over the long term, so a garage door should never be an afterthought. Instead, view a new garage door as an opportunity to give your home an instant facelift in a highly cost-effective way. If it’s been years since you shopped for a garage door, you may be pleasantly surprised by how much things have changed. Garage door manufacturers like Clopay now offer an astonishingly wide range of durable, low-maintenance materials and styles, with all the options you need to customize a door that will suit your home perfectly.

What Garage Door Style Should I Choose?

More than any other feature of your garage door, the choice of style should be based on your personal preference and home style.  While some architectural styles tend to pair well with a specific garage door style -- like modern architecture with full-view doors, or Victorian architecture with carriage-house doors -- the choice is ultimately yours.

Traditional raised-panel

Traditional garage doors are manufactured in either steel or natural wood, and can be customized by selecting from a variety of panel styles available in long or short designs, a unique assortment of decorative window designs and up to eight factory-finished paint colors. Stain-grade wood is also an option.

Carriage-house

Carriage house garage doors combine two of the most commonly desired elements of residential garage doors – the rustic charm of the carriage house and the modern convenience of an overhead-opening garage door. 

Contemporary

Call it what you will – contemporary, modern, Mid-Century, or minimalistic.  Clean lines and classic functional details are the hallmark of contemporary garage door styles, making them well suited for the modern home. Designs are available in a variety of materials including aluminum and glass, steel and wood

Farm House Style

Known for its simplistic charm and functional design, the farmhouse has been an important part of American architecture since the Colonial Era.  Originally characterized by a vintage, carriage-house look, today's takes on the farmhouse-style garage can range from classic painted-white doors to sleek, modern glass doors. 

Victorian Design

If you own a Victorian home - with their distinctive towers, large porches and gingerbread trim - and it has a garage, you might be wondering how to select a Victorian garage design that complements the ornate-style of the house. One of the best options is carriage house style garage doors that appear as if they may have been made for Queen Victoria herself.

Choosing Your Garage Door Finish

Ready to have some fun? Choosing a finish is your chance to make the garage door look as distinctive or universal as you want. You can find the perfect natural wood look that complements your home or create a neighborhood showstopper with a bold hue or a custom tint. The options are virtually endless.

Keep in mind, the garage door is a significant portion of your home’s exterior, so choose something that helps increase your home’s curb appeal and overall value. Also, the climate can play a big role in determining what type of finishes hold up the best. Hackensack Garage Door Company will be happy to advise you on what works well in your area.

When To Consider Garage Door Windows

A garage door with windows adds character and a sense of welcome to any house. Windows can make the garage door look unique and increase the home’s curb appeal. And just think, you’ll no longer have to inch your hand along the wall in the dark looking for a light switch thanks to the influx of natural light.

Garage door windows are customizable and available in designs that will match almost any home style. There’s even impact resistant glass for those who reside in high-wind areas. So, whether you live in a brand new contemporary or 100-year-old farmhouse, see how investing in a garage door with windows can benefit your home.

Garage Door Insulation & Energy Savings

Many homeowners use the garage as their primary entrance. If you’re one of them, consider an insulated garage door. For one thing, insulation ensures greater comfort in the garage. In fact, on a cold day, a well-insulated door can keep the garage 10 to 20 degrees warmer, according to a study by conducted by residential garage door manufacturer Clopay.

 

It’s not all about comfort, though. There are savings at stake, too, because as the largest opening in the home, the garage door can affect your home’s overall energy efficiency. In a home with conditioned living spaces next to and above the garage, a poorly sealed, uninsulated garage door can make the home’s climate-control system work harder (and consume more energy) to maintain the target temperature. By minimizing drafts and thermal energy transfer, an insulated garage door can help lower monthly utility bills. That said, much depends on the quality of the insulation. To understand the insulating capacity of a garage door, consult its listed R-value. The higher the R-value, the better the door’s performance.

Cost of Garage Doors & Resell Value ROI

What is a typical price for a new garage door? The answer depends on many factors. Because garage doors are sold in an incredibly broad range of styles and qualities, prices are all over the place. They range from about $400 for a low-end wood composite door that you must install yourself to $9000 or more for a fully loaded high-end door with installation.

On the average, expect to pay $800 to $1500 for a mid-range 16-by-7-foot door, installed. Upscale garage doors average about $2700.  Remodeling Magazine’s 2017 Cost vs. Value report, states that the (national) average cost of a garage door replacement is $3304.

If you’ll want an automatic door opener, add $200 to $300 if you have it installed at the same time as the door. These figures don’t include tax or the cost of oversight by a general contractor if the job is being done as part of a bigger building project. The only way to really pin down a price is to figure out what you want and get bids.

The good news is that you get a solid return on your investment when you install a new garage door. According to Remodeling Magazine’s Cost vs. Value Report, a new garage door increases the value of a home by about $2810. The actual return on investment actually depends on where you live. Nationally, figure an ROI of 85%, but that number goes up to over 110% in the Western states.