Let us help you choose the door that is perfect for your home down to the last detail. We offer a vast number of door design options, styles, and decorative hardware to make your home one of a kind.
We take pride in our work, pay attention to detail, and provide fast, courteous customer service. With years of experience installing and servicing garage doors for homes and businesses in the area, we are dedicated to providing you with the longest-lasting, smoothest-running garage door possible.
One of the best ways to reduce downtime and hassle is to establish a maintenance routine on a regular basis. Let Architectural Specialties help with that by signing up for our scheduled garage door maintenance plan that we can run monthly, quarterly, biannually, or once a year, depending on the use and environment where you operate your doors.
All commercial service has a minimum 1-hour charge and half-hour increments after that. Mileage is charged from our closest location. Establishing maintenance on a regular basis can keep you from being flooded with problems when it’s least convenient.
Garage door service consists of:
For local projects absolutely! Otherwise, we make a note to swing by and see you the next time we are in the area.
Yes, but there is no warranty on labor and definitely on your parts.
Yes, overtime rates will apply if after hours
Yes, we use the same Sherwin-Williams paint most manufacturers use.
Yes, replacing only a section of your garage door is possible in some cases; however, depending upon the damage involved, or if the model is still being available, the entire door may need to be replaced.
The average garage door opens and closes 3-5 times a day equaling 1500 times per year.
The average life of a Garage door torsion spring is 9-10 years.
Compared to other home improvements, a new garage door yields the highest return on investment at 98%.
The first overhead garage door was invented by C.G Johnson in 1921.
Did you know that 71% of homeowners use the garage door as their home’s main entryway?
Also, an average of 12,000 homeowners are injured per year trying to fix garage doors themselves.