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Home > Building Supplies > Doors, Windows, & Shutters > Holmes Garage Doors Holmes Garage Doors If you want the top of the line quality doors, you want Holmes Garage Doors. From traditional raised panel doors to carriage house style doors, contemporary styles, and even commercial overhead garage doors. With thousands of garage door designs to choose from, Holmes is making it easy to find the right door for your home! View our Overhead Garage Doors catalog to see what’s in-stock. Silver Series 5500 Steel Door The Silver Series features a heavy-duty 2-layer construction (steel front and vinyl back) with insulation to add comfort, energy efficiency, and quiet operation.  View our overhead garage doors catalog to see the sizes and in-stock options. While we have many sizes in-stock, know that there are even more styles and window options available for special order.  Call and ask for one of our garage door specialists.   A. B. Martin is a Manufacturer and Supplier of Quality Building Supplies. Contact us to speak to one of our knowledgeable sales representatives. Holmes Garage Doors Overhead Garage Door Catalog Ready to order? We have a professional and friendly sales team that is here to help you. Call Now

Holmes Garage Doors

Garage doors featuring Intellicore® insulation technology represent the ultimate smart choice for homeowners. Intellicore® by Holmes Garage Door Company® is a proprietary polyurethane foam that is injected into a garage door, expanding to fill the entire structure. The result is a door with incredible strength and durability. Its dense insulation also produces a quieter door, while its industry-leading R-values (up to 20.4) provide year-round comfort and improved energy efficiency.

Holmes Garage Doors

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Warmer. Quieter. Stronger. Garage doors featuring Intellicore® insulation technology represent the ultimate smart choice for homeowners. Intellicore® by Holmes Garage Door Company® is a proprietary polyurethane foam that is injected into a garage door, expanding to fill the entire structure. The result is a door with incredible strength and durability. Its dense insulation also produces a quieter door, while its industry-leading R-values (up to 20.4) provide year-round comfort and improved energy efficiency. Read more

Holmes Garage Doors

This expert, unbiased buying guide will help you find the best garage door for your home. Includes information on costs, steel garage doors, wood garage doors, and more.

Holmes Garage Doors

You can buy garage doors at Home Depot, Lowe’s, or other major home improvement centers. The best way to shop these doors is to visit the company’s website, use any online design tools they offer, then schedule an in-store appointment (with some, an appointment isn’t necessary) so you can see samples first-hand. You’ll need basic measurements of your garage’s door opening (or your existing garage door). Before actually ordering a door, the installer may need to confirm your measurements. With most home improvement centers, you’ll pay in advance; financing is available.

Residential Specialty Garage Doors Shop our carriage house and contemporary style garage doors that are beautifully designed to showcase a home in the best light. Select from steel, faux wood, handcrafted wood or glass/aluminum options.

• Steel garage doors have become very popular because they’re strong, relatively inexpensive, and low maintenance. In addition, state-of-the-art steel garage doors do an excellent job of imitating the look of wood.

Some local dealers sell only one manufacturer’s garage doors; others sell a variety of makes. It pays to do your homework before talking with dealers by going online or contacting major manufacturers and requesting product information so that you can compare features. Some of the biggest garage door manufacturers are Clopay, Wayne-Dalton, Raynor, and C.H.I. Overhead Doors. You can find local dealerships through their Web sites.

Garage door springs. Tilt-up doors sometimes utilize extension springs, the type that stretch and recoil at the sides of a garage door. Torsion springs—a shaft spring and drum assembly across the top of the door—are much better for sectional doors. Torsion springs distribute the door’s weight evenly and cannot break and fly off the way an extension spring at the side of a door can (they can break, but they stay put). Extension springs are cheaper, but most dealers prefer to install the safer and more reliable torsion springs. Note: Extension springs should be protected by an extension-spring containment kit—if a spring snaps, this will help protect you from serious danger.

GOLD Series 3-layer insulated steel garage doors complement every home style while delivering maximum performance and superior insulation.  Available with high R-value Intellicore® polyurethane or polystyrene insulation, these models offer the ultimate performance in durability, strength and energy efficiency.  Our very best steel panel garage door.

GOLD Series GOLD Series 3-layer insulated steel garage doors complement every home style while delivering maximum performance and superior insulation.  Available with high R-value Intellicore® polyurethane or polystyrene insulation, these models offer the ultimate performance in durability, strength and energy efficiency.  Our very best steel panel garage door. Read more

In addition to the use of an increasingly broader selection of durable materials for their manufacture, garage doors have become high-tech, with high-performance insulation and energy-saving glazing, finished interior surfaces, baked-on exterior finishes and more. Some non-wood doors have been given very realistic wood grain surfaces that will accept a stain—it is hard to tell the difference between these and real wood.

Steel garage doors are much stronger and more secure than wood, aluminum, or fiberglass ones. Thanks primarily to new technologies that allow for embossing metals with wood-grain patterns, plus new durable coatings, today’s steel doors rival the look of wood without the maintenance headaches.

The Silver Series features a heavy-duty 2-layer construction (steel front and vinyl back) with insulation to add comfort, energy efficiency, and quiet operation.  View our overhead garage doors catalog to see the sizes and in-stock options.

Shop our carriage house and contemporary style garage doors that are beautifully designed to showcase a home in the best light. Select from steel, faux wood, handcrafted wood or glass/aluminum options.

Settlers garage doors offer carriage house design with the look of wood and the insulation and durability benefits of steel.  This 4-layer construction offers insulation, including our high R-value Intellicore® polyurethane or polystyrene, sandwiched between steel and topped with a woodgrain texture composite overlay.

Artistry garage doors are available in multiple insulation options including our high R-value Intellicore® polyurethane or polystyrene insulation.  Select from several design options including our Ultra-Grain® paint finish.  These models offer the ultimate performance in durability, strength, energy efficiency and beauty.

Settlers® Collection Settlers garage doors offer carriage house design with the look of wood and the insulation and durability benefits of steel.  This 4-layer construction offers insulation, including our high R-value Intellicore® polyurethane or polystyrene, sandwiched between steel and topped with a woodgrain texture composite overlay. Read more

Artistry® Collection Artistry garage doors are available in multiple insulation options including our high R-value Intellicore® polyurethane or polystyrene insulation.  Select from several design options including our Ultra-Grain® paint finish.  These models offer the ultimate performance in durability, strength, energy efficiency and beauty.  Read more

Premium-quality steel doors have cores of rigid polystyrene or polyurethane foam insulation. Not only does this insulation help keep the garage warm in winter and cool in summer, but it makes the door lighter, quieter, and easier to operate. Plus, it is less likely to sag over time.

Doors may be single skin, with a frame that shows from inside, or double skin, sandwiching the foam insulation between panels on both outside and inside. If looks inside the garage matter, the double-skin construction is not only much more durable but also attractive.

GOLD Series commercial sectional garage doors offer a 3-layer insulated steel construction while delivering maximum performance and superior insulation. Available with high R-value Intellicore® polyurethane or polystyrene insulation, these models offer the ultimate performance in durability, strength and energy efficiency.

GOLD Series – Commercial GOLD Series commercial sectional garage doors offer a 3-layer insulated steel construction while delivering maximum performance and superior insulation. Available with high R-value Intellicore® polyurethane or polystyrene insulation, these models offer the ultimate performance in durability, strength and energy efficiency. Read more

Steel doors won’t warp, crack, delaminate, or fall apart due to the effects of weather. And, because most are made of hot-dipped, galvanized steel that is vinyl clad or given a baked-on polyester finish, they don’t rust or require repainting as often as do wood doors. Most warranties guarantee the door won’t rust for as long as you own the house, but they do not guarantee against fading. On the downside, steel does dent and can be difficult to repair.

Sections of roll-up wood doors may have either flush or panel construction. Flush sections are made by fastening a plywood panel over a wooden frame, like a small version of the flush door described above. For panel doors, manufacturers fit several separate, rectangular panels into a wooden frame. The skeletal framework is built of fir or some other common softwood; panels are made from a variety of materials.

Appearance-grade wood doors—those that are meant to be stained rather than painted—have solid-wood panel inserts. These doors may be all cedar, redwood, or may have softwood frames with oak, mahogany, or other hardwood panels. When buying one of these, be sure to find out whether the panels are made from a single, solid piece or from several widths edge-glued together (since the joint between glued-up lengths may show).

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