Commercial Garage Doors

What to Consider When Choosing a New Garage Door

For commercial applications, toughness is the name of the game. Because commercial-use doors see a lot of action, they need to be durable and long-lasting. We only use tough, heavy-duty commercial doors are built to withstand a higher volume of operation, so you can be sure they’ll be around for a long time.


Whether you need to add or repair doors to a warehouse, u-store-it facility, car wash, recreational facility, firehouse, storage, or any other type of commercial building, Bergen County Garage Doors, can help select the best door for your needs. Look to us for a wide array of commercial overhead doors to create a commercial space that is

attractive, secure, and accessible. Bergen County Garage Doors offers a complete selection of performance- and safety-tested commercial and industrial overhead doors, including rolling-steel overhead doors. We also carry an array of styles to meet the unique needs of Bergen County New Jersey businesses including insulated and uninsulated doors, high-performance, sectional-steel and fire-rated doors. The entryways protecting your business's inventory are just as crucial to your operations as what you have inside. Commercial portals have so many forms and functions you should thoroughly educate yourself on before making a choice. Having the right overhead entrances installed could save your company from fire or theft losses. Our expert overhead door technicians can replace and/or install your overhead door as well as make any necessary repairs for the best price.

Insulated Sandwich Doors

Regardless of your specific application, we offer a premium insulated door product guaranteed to deliver years of dependable operation. Our micro-grooved sandwich models are constructed in a variety of gauges and are available in both polyurethane and polystyrene insulation options for those applications that demand the best in thermal efficiency and value.

Best used for: Conditioned Commercial Buildings, Fire/Ambulance Stations, Warehouse & Manufacturing Facilities, Heated/Cooled Agricultural Buildings, Truck Terminals

Ribbed Steel Doors

We offer commercial overhead door solutions that provide powerful performance and rugged reliability for a wide variety of commercial, warehouse, and industrial applications. Our pan-constructed overhead doors are available in both insulated and non-insulated versions as well as in a variety of gauges so you can specify the right door for the application you need.

Best used for: Dock Doors, Non-Insulated Storage Facilities, Sheds

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Full-View Aluminum

A clean modern look combined with flexibility, durability, and quality make this door the perfect choice for your full-view needs. Removable inside retainers make it simple to replace a window section or change the look of your door. These garage doors are ideal for residential or commercial use.

Best used for: Restaurants/Pubs, Indoor/Outdoor Spaces, Open Concepts, Storefronts, Auto Dealerships, Service Centers, Fire Departments

Commercial Maintenance & Repairs

In order to maintain a safe working environment and keep your operation running, Bergen County Garage Door recommends routine maintenance and inspection of your commercial overhead door.

A garage door system is an important component of a building. It is important to understand what might be happening if the system is not performing according to the user's expectations.

  • The accessories that have been installed are not appropriate for the usage of the door system (actual number of operation cycles has been underestimated).

  • The number of cycles of the torsion springs is not appropriate for the frequency of use (springs break more often).

  • Inappropriate operation by users.


Visually inspect the door springs, cables, rollers, pulleys, and other hardware for signs of wear. Some things to look for include:

  • fraying cables

  • tearing or bent hinges

  • loose bolts or screws

  • excessive roller wear

  • rusty or dry or broken springs


Lubricate moving parts of the door including hinges, rollers and springs with “garage door lube” by P.B. Blaster or similar product. Ensure torsion springs are adequately lubricated. However, be sure not to over lubricate components as this may cause dripping or seepage onto other surfaces. For high cycle applications, grease end bearing plates.


Motor operated – disengage the opener arm (trolley) or emergency release (jack shaft) and operate the door manually. This will ensure all door components are functioning properly, which reduces wear and tear on the opener.

To operate your door, make sure your lock is disengaged and raise the door to the open position. To close the door, pull down on the rope, step on the step plate to ensure the door is completely closed, and engage the locking mechanism.

You should be able to lift the door smoothly and with little resistance. It should stay open around three or four feet above the floor. If it does not, it is out of adjustment. Finally, re-engage opener and test / reset limit switch and reset / adjust friction clutch if applicable. Test safety features of the opener to ensure safety equipment such as photo eyes or bottom edges are functioning properly.


Bergen County Garage Door Company offers annual maintenance contract options or you can pay as-needed an hourly basis. In all cases, it is preferable to set up an account for each of your sectional overhead doors. By having all the technical data available on file, we will be able to respond promptly in case of unforeseen incidents.

To help you make the right choice for the maintenance of your commercial and industrial overhead doors, contact us. We can also provide you with a written submission for our Preventive Maintenance Program at no charge.

Commercial Markets We Serve

  • Small Business Buildings

  • Education Institutions

  • Community Centers

  • Restaurants

  • Government Buildings

  • Retail Stores (all sizes)

  • Fire Houses

  • Police Squads

  • Hospitals

  • Bio-Tech

  • Grocery Stores

  • Food Distribution

  • Food Manufacturing

  • Warehouse & Distribution

  • Truck Terminals

  • Transportation Facilities

  • Industrial Complexes

  • Surgical Centers