Why You Need a New Garage Door

Have you been thinking about investing in a new garage door for your home? Having a new door has many benefits; lets discuss several of them.

The appearance of your house.

  • Houses with new garage doors have a greater curb appeal than do homes with old, outdated, broken, or damaged garage doors. The selection of styles available to you today make it easy to customize the look and feel of the new garage doors; windows, trims, and more can be tailored to your taste.

The value of your house.

  • Updated garage doors tend to boost the value of homes due to their increased longevity, lessened maintenance, and generally greater appeal and function. The home will become easier to sell, should that ever become an option.


  • The garage door is the easiest access point to your home. Most people use it as their primary entrance and exit. A new garage door can come with a keypad for secure entry, as well as an auto-raise feature from a remote control. These features, together with the obvious sturdier construction of a new garage door, provide an extra layer of security for your house.

Cooling and heating expenses.

  • Most of the older garage doors have insulation problem. What that means is that the heat or cold that you want to stay inside of your house, doesn’t. A “leaky” garage door will cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars every year. New doors are designed to be tighter, installed properly and have better seals, all to make sure that insulation in your garage in proper.

Insurance benefits.

  • Since you now have a new garage door, which improves safety of your home, you can benefit from updating your insurance policy. Home insurance companies welcome any improvement you make to your house, let your insurer know as soon as you have this done.

If you are in need of a new garage door, look no farther. Tucson Garage Door Service has a selection of beautiful doors for you to choose from. Call us at: (520) 423-4105 or Schedule an appointment with us, today!

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