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Grand Harbor® Collection

Steel and composite carriage house garage doors with or without insulation.
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When budget is the deciding factor, this low-maintenance, insulation-optional steel frame carriage house style garage door combines clean lines and classic charm to provide a popular style at a great value.

Call (602)-730-8057

Overview

  • Smooth composite overlays are adhered to a flush 24 gauge steel door.
  • 2 or 1-layer steel carriage house doors.
  • Optional 1-5/8″ vinyl-backed polystyrene insulation improves energy efficiency. 6.3 R-value.
  • Steel skins are protected through a tough, layered coating system, including a hot-dipped galvanized layer and baked-on primer and top coat.
  • Four factory finish paint colors.
  • Glass options are clear, obscure, and acrylic.
  • Attractive beveled edge clip-in window grilles are removable for easy cleaning.
  • Comes complete with spade lift handles and step plates. Additional decorative hardware options available.
  • WINDCODE® product available

Calculated door section R-value is in accordance with DASMA TDS-163.
5 year composite delmanation warranty5 year hardware warrantyPaint Limited Life WarrantyPaint Limited Life Warranty

Design Options

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Construction

  1. Smooth composite overlay
  2. Steel
  3. 1 5/8″ polystyrene insulation (optional)
  • Replaceable vinyl bottom weather seal in rust free aluminum retainer helps protect against the elements.
  • Grilles are removable for easy cleaning.
  • Patented Safe-T-Bracket® – Prevents serious injury that could occur if the bottom bracket were removed with the garage door closed and under tension.
  • Rust-Prevention System – Steel skins are protected through a tough, layered coating system, including a hot-dipped galvanized layer, a protective metal oxide pretreatment and a baked on primer and top coat.

Safe-T Bracket  Paint System Rust Prevention
       Safe T-Bracket®          Rust-Prevention System

Door sample is shown in white.

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