Insulated for increased thermal properties and quieter operation. CFC-free insulation increases the thermal efficiency of your garage door to help maintain the temperature in your garage, increase your home’s energy efficiency and reduce noise from the garage. Available in garage doors with multi-layer construction.
Add visual interest to your contemporary, mid-century modern or transitional home. With Mosaic Window Options you decide the number and location of windows to create the door design you want.
The choice is yours. Add visual interest to your contemporary, mid-century modern or transitional home. With Mosaic Window Options you decide the number and location of windows to create the door design you want. Just like your home, your garage door should be a reflection of your personal style.
1. Choose the Amarr traditional collection based on your safety, energy efficiency and durability needs: Olympus, Heritage, Stratford or Lincoln
2. Choose the panel design that complements the exterior of your home: Short, Long, Flush or Ribbed Panel
3. Create your door design with short or long panel windows, clear or obscure glass, in any door location*
*Windows can be placed in any standard position on any section of an Amarr traditional steel door.
Stand out from the neighbors with a door as unique as your own personal style.
Choose the enduring appeal of carriage house styling or the simplicity of a more traditional door design. Select the perfect color, then add windows and decorative hardware to create a one-of-a-kind door sure to add curb appeal to your home.
Garage doors reinforced to meet or exceed the high wind building codes in your area. Wind load doors are built specifically to withstand specific high-wind pressures with an interior wind load reinforcement system. Wind load reinforcement can be added to practically all Amarr doors to meet local building codes. Simply choose the door style that is right for you and your local Amarr garage door dealer/installer will confirm what wind load door is required in your area. It is the homeowner’s responsibility to make sure the garage door meets local building codes.