Overhead Doors | Garage Doors

Overhead Doors | Garage Doors

Description
Description

An overhead door, commonly known as a garage door, is a large, motorized or manually operated entryway designed for vehicles and storage access in residential or commercial garages. These doors consist of multiple panels, hinged together, which run on tracks or rails affixed to the garage's ceiling and walls. When opened, the panels slide upwards, retracting horizontally into the garage's interior, thereby maximizing the available space. Overhead doors come in various materials, including wood, steel, aluminum, and fiberglass, and can be customized in design, insulation, and window options. Their primary function is to provide security, weather protection, and aesthetic appeal to a property.

History
History

The history of garage doors can be traced back to the early 20th century, coinciding with the rise of automobiles. Initially, carriage houses with outward-swinging wooden doors were adapted for vehicle storage. In the 1920s, C.G. Johnson invented the sectional overhead garage door, enabling efficient use of space and easier access.

The subsequent invention of the electric garage door opener in the 1930s revolutionized convenience and security. Over the decades, garage doors evolved in materials, designs, and functionalities, incorporating steel, aluminum, fiberglass, and insulation. Today, they offer improved security, energy efficiency, and aesthetics, catering to diverse architectural styles and preferences.

Future
Future

Overhead doors, often seen in garages, are gaining both style and smarts. Today's models can be controlled via smartphone apps, allowing remote access and monitoring. Materials like tempered glass or frosted panels add a sleek look, transforming once-plain garages into design focal points. Insulation advancements ensure better temperature control, saving on energy bills. With homes becoming smarter and more design-conscious, overhead doors will continue to elevate both the function and curb appeal of our homes.

Common Questions
Common Questions
What are the parts of an overhead door?

The parts of an overhead door include panels, hinges, springs (torsion or extension), tracks, rollers, cables, brackets, pulleys, weatherstripping, and a garage door opener with remote control. These elements work in unison to facilitate smooth opening and closing, offer support and balance, and ensure secure and efficient operation.

What causes garage doors to fail?

Garage door failures can be caused by various factors, including worn-out springs, damaged tracks, broken cables, misaligned sensors, and malfunctioning openers. Environmental factors, such as extreme temperatures or corrosion, can also affect performance.

Are garage doors secure?

Garage doors can be secure when built with quality materials and equipped with modern locking mechanisms. Features like sturdy construction, deadbolt locks, and electronic openers with rolling code technology enhance security. However, regular maintenance and updates are essential to ensure the door remains secure and resistant to break-ins.

Buildings

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7’-14’ | 2.13-4.27 m
7’-14’ | 2.13-4.27 m
.8”-1.2” | 2-3 cm
Overhead Door - Roller, Thin Profiles
427.000
427.000
3.000
3100
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Overhead Door - Roller, Thin ProfilesView of a Roller Overhead Door (Thin Profiles) in 3D available for downloadView of a Roller Overhead Door (Thin Profiles) in 3D available for download
7’-14’ | 2.13-4.27 m
7’-14’ | 2.13-4.27 m
.8”-1.2” | 2-3 cm
Overhead Door - Roller, Wide Profiles
427.000
427.000
3.000
3100
https://p3d.in/e/QxfS2
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3D
Overhead Door - Roller, Wide ProfilesPerspective view of a 3D model of a Roller Overhead Door (Wide Profiles)Perspective view of a 3D model of a Roller Overhead Door (Wide Profiles)
7’-9’ | 2.13-2.74 m
8’-24’ | 2.44-7.32 m
1.6”-2.75” | 4-7 cm
Overhead Door - Sectional
274.000
732.000
7.000
4600
https://p3d.in/e/Lx04z
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3D
Overhead Door - SectionalView of a Sectional Overhead Door in 3D available for downloadView of a Sectional Overhead Door in 3D available for download
7’-9’ | 2.13-2.74 m
8’-24’ | 2.44-7.32 m
1.6”-2.75” | 4-7 cm
Overhead Door - Sectional, Panels
274.000
732.000
7.000
4600
https://p3d.in/e/cvTIm
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3D
Overhead Door - Sectional, PanelsPerspective view of a 3D model of a Sectional Overhead Door (Panels)Perspective view of a 3D model of a Sectional Overhead Door (Panels)
7’-9’ | 2.13-2.74 m
8’-24’ | 2.44-7.32 m
1.6”-2.75” | 4-7 cm
Overhead Door - Sectional, Thin Ribs
274.000
732.000
7.000
4600
https://p3d.in/e/yi9ne
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3D
Overhead Door - Sectional, Thin RibsPerspective view of a 3D model of a Sectional Overhead Door (Thin Ribs)Perspective view of a 3D model of a Sectional Overhead Door (Thin Ribs)
7’-9’ | 2.13-2.74 m
8’-24’ | 2.44-7.32 m
1.6”-2.75” | 4-7 cm
Overhead Door - Sectional, Top Windows
274.000
732.000
7.000
4600
https://p3d.in/e/uboFm
GUIDE
3D
Overhead Door - Sectional, Top Windows3D model of a Sectional Overhead Door (Top Windows) viewed in perspective3D model of a Sectional Overhead Door (Top Windows) viewed in perspective
7’-9’ | 2.13-2.74 m
8’-24’ | 2.44-7.32 m
1.6”-2.75” | 4-7 cm
Overhead Door - Sectional, Wide Ribs
274.000
732.000
7.000
4600
https://p3d.in/e/Jvor2
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3D
Overhead Door - Sectional, Wide Ribs3D model of a Sectional Overhead Door (Wide Ribs) viewed in perspective3D model of a Sectional Overhead Door (Wide Ribs) viewed in perspective
6’6”-9’ | 1.98-2.74 m
7’-14’ | 2.13-4.27 m
1.6”-2.4” | 4-6 cm
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Diagonal Ribs
274.000
427.000
6.000
800
https://p3d.in/e/liGz8
GUIDE
3D
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Diagonal RibsView of a Up & Over Overhead Door (Diagonal Ribs) in 3D available for downloadView of a Up & Over Overhead Door (Diagonal Ribs) in 3D available for download
6’6”-9’ | 1.98-2.74 m
7’-14’ | 2.13-4.27 m
1.6”-2.4” | 4-6 cm
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Horizontal Ribs
274.000
427.000
6.000
800
https://p3d.in/e/OiYlh
GUIDE
3D
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Horizontal RibsPerspective view of a 3D model of a Up & Over Overhead Door (Horizontal Ribs)Perspective view of a 3D model of a Up & Over Overhead Door (Horizontal Ribs)
6’6”-9’ | 1.98-2.74 m
7’-14’ | 2.13-4.27 m
1.6”-2.4” | 4-6 cm
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Split Ribs
274.000
427.000
6.000
800
https://p3d.in/e/VyKzT
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3D
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Split Ribs3D model of a Up & Over Overhead Door (Split Ribs) viewed in perspective3D model of a Up & Over Overhead Door (Split Ribs) viewed in perspective
6’6”-9’ | 1.98-2.74 m
7’-14’ | 2.13-4.27 m
1.6”-2.4” | 4-6 cm
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Thin Ribs
274.000
427.000
6.000
800
https://p3d.in/e/EC13j
GUIDE
3D
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Thin Ribs3D model of a Up & Over Overhead Door (Thin Ribs) viewed in perspective3D model of a Up & Over Overhead Door (Thin Ribs) viewed in perspective
6’6”-9’ | 1.98-2.74 m
7’-14’ | 2.13-4.27 m
1.6”-2.4” | 4-6 cm
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Wide Ribs
274.000
427.000
6.000
800
https://p3d.in/e/U7kVe
GUIDE
3D
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Wide RibsView of a Up & Over Overhead Door (Wide Ribs) in 3D available for downloadView of a Up & Over Overhead Door (Wide Ribs) in 3D available for download
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Horizontal Ribs
Style and size comparison drawing of the Up & Over Overhead Door (Horizontal Ribs) compared to other size configurations

An up and over overhead door with horizontal ribs is a type of door that is commonly used in both residential and commercial settings. This door typically features a single panel that swings upwards when opened and is hinged at the top. The panel is made up of several horizontal ribs that run across the width of the door, providing additional strength and stability.

These horizontal ribs also add a decorative element to the door, enhancing its overall visual appeal. The door can be operated manually or electronically and is known for its ease of use and durability. This type of overhead door is an excellent choice for those seeking a strong, functional, and visually appealing door.

The Up & Over Overhead Door (Horizontal Ribs) is available in a range of sizes with widths between 7’-14’ (2.13-4.27 m) and heights ranging from 6’6”-9’ (1.98-2.74 m). The door thickness is commonly between 1.6”-2.4” (4-6 cm).

Set of scaled dimensioned drawings of the Up & Over Overhead Door (Horizontal Ribs) viewed from the front, plan, and side
An up and over overhead door with horizontal ribs is a type of door that is commonly used in both residential and commercial settings. This door typically features a single panel that swings upwards when opened and is hinged at the top. The panel is made up of several horizontal ribs along the door.

The Up & Over Overhead Door (Horizontal Ribs) is available in a range of sizes with widths between 7’-14’ (2.13-4.27 m) and heights ranging from 6’6”-9’ (1.98-2.74 m). The door thickness is commonly between 1.6”-2.4” (4-6 cm).

Set of scaled dimensioned drawings of the Up & Over Overhead Door (Horizontal Ribs) viewed from the front, plan, and side
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Horizontal Ribs
Height:
6’6”-9’ | 1.98-2.74 m
Width:
7’-14’ | 2.13-4.27 m
Length:
Depth:
1.6”-2.4” | 4-6 cm
Weight:
Area:
Materials
Aluminum, fiberglass, steel or wood door

Drawings include:

Up & Over Overhead Door (Horizontal Ribs) front elevation (various sizes), side view, plan views

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Overhead Door - Up & Over, Thin Ribs
Comparison drawing of the Up & Over Overhead Door (Thin Ribs) compared to the larger size configurations

In commercial and industrial settings, an up and over overhead door with thin horizontal ribs is a common door type. It is a single panel door that is hinged at the top and swings upward when opened. This door panel contains horizontal ribs that are thin yet strong and run across the door's width.

These thin ribs enhance the door's support and stability while keeping the door lightweight. This lightweight feature makes the door easier to operate and reduces stress on its supporting structure. With its reliability, durability, and ease of use, this type of overhead door is an efficient option for businesses seeking a lightweight and functional door solution.

The Up & Over Overhead Door (Thin Ribs) is available in a range of sizes with widths between 7’-14’ (2.13-4.27 m) and heights ranging from 6’6”-9’ (1.98-2.74 m). The door thickness is commonly between 1.6”-2.4” (4-6 cm).

Scaled set of drawings of the Up & Over Overhead Door (Thin Ribs) in front, side and top views
In commercial and industrial settings, an up and over overhead door with thin horizontal ribs is a common door type. It is a single panel door that is hinged at the top and swings upward when opened. This door panel contains horizontal ribs that are thin yet strong and run across the door's width.

The Up & Over Overhead Door (Thin Ribs) is available in a range of sizes with widths between 7’-14’ (2.13-4.27 m) and heights ranging from 6’6”-9’ (1.98-2.74 m). The door thickness is commonly between 1.6”-2.4” (4-6 cm).

Scaled set of drawings of the Up & Over Overhead Door (Thin Ribs) in front, side and top views
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Thin Ribs
Height:
6’6”-9’ | 1.98-2.74 m
Width:
7’-14’ | 2.13-4.27 m
Length:
Depth:
1.6”-2.4” | 4-6 cm
Weight:
Area:
Materials
Aluminum, fiberglass, steel or wood door

Drawings include:

Up & Over Overhead Door (Thin Ribs) front elevation (various sizes), side view, plan views

Downloads

2D Downloads

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Overhead Door - Up & Over, Diagonal Ribs
Scale illustration of the Up & Over Overhead Door (Diagonal Ribs) compared to other size configurations

An up and over overhead door with diagonal ribs is a type of door commonly used in residential and commercial settings. This type of door is typically made of metal and consists of a single panel that is hinged at the top and swings upward when opened. The door features diagonal ribs that run across the panel, providing added strength and rigidity to the structure.

The panel is lifted upward and then pushed outwards, allowing the door to fully open. The door can be operated manually or electronically and provides excellent security and durability for any building. The addition of diagonal ribs provides an aesthetically pleasing design while also increasing the door's strength and stability.

The Up & Over Overhead Door (Diagonal Ribs) is available in a range of sizes with widths between 7’-14’ (2.13-4.27 m) and heights ranging from 6’6”-9’ (1.98-2.74 m). The door thickness is commonly between 1.6”-2.4” (4-6 cm).

Pair of dimensioned illustrations of the Up & Over Overhead Door (Diagonal Ribs) seen in elevation and plan
An up and over overhead door with diagonal ribs is a type of door commonly used in residential and commercial settings. This type of door is typically made of metal and consists of a single panel that is hinged at the top and swings upward when opened. The door features diagonal ribs.

The Up & Over Overhead Door (Diagonal Ribs) is available in a range of sizes with widths between 7’-14’ (2.13-4.27 m) and heights ranging from 6’6”-9’ (1.98-2.74 m). The door thickness is commonly between 1.6”-2.4” (4-6 cm).

Pair of dimensioned illustrations of the Up & Over Overhead Door (Diagonal Ribs) seen in elevation and plan
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Diagonal Ribs
Height:
6’6”-9’ | 1.98-2.74 m
Width:
7’-14’ | 2.13-4.27 m
Length:
Depth:
1.6”-2.4” | 4-6 cm
Weight:
Area:
Materials
Aluminum, fiberglass, steel or wood door

Drawings include:

Up & Over Overhead Door (Diagonal Ribs) front elevation (various sizes), side view, plan views

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2D Downloads

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Overhead Door - Sectional, Top Windows
Comparison drawing of the Sectional Overhead Door (Top Windows) compared to the larger size configurations

A sectional overhead door with top windows is a type of door commonly used in commercial and industrial settings. It consists of several hinged panels or sections that are typically made of metal, wood, or other durable materials. The door features top windows that are strategically placed along the top section of the door, allowing natural light to enter the building while maintaining privacy.

These windows can be made of glass or other transparent materials, depending on the intended use of the door. The sections are mounted horizontally and can be raised and lowered along tracks running parallel to the ceiling. The door can be operated using a motorized system, and it can be controlled manually or electronically. The addition of top windows provides added functionality to the door, making it an excellent choice for businesses looking to increase natural lighting within their facility.

The Sectional Overhead Door (Top Windows) is available in a range of sizes with widths between 8’-24’ (2.44-7.32 m) and heights ranging from 7’-9’ (2.13-2.74 m). The door thickness is commonly between 1.6”-2.75” (4-7 cm).

Scaled set of drawings of the Sectional Overhead Door (Top Windows) in front, side and top views
A sectional overhead door with top windows is a type of door commonly used in commercial and industrial settings. It consists of several hinged panels or sections that are typically made of metal, wood, or other durable materials. The door features top windows that are placed along the top.

The Sectional Overhead Door (Top Windows) is available in a range of sizes with widths between 8’-24’ (2.44-7.32 m) and heights ranging from 7’-9’ (2.13-2.74 m). The door thickness is commonly between 1.6”-2.75” (4-7 cm).

Scaled set of drawings of the Sectional Overhead Door (Top Windows) in front, side and top views
Overhead Door - Sectional, Top Windows
Height:
7’-9’ | 2.13-2.74 m
Width:
8’-24’ | 2.44-7.32 m
Length:
Depth:
1.6”-2.75” | 4-7 cm
Weight:
Area:
Materials
Aluminum, fiberglass, steel or wood door

Drawings include:

Sectional Overhead Door (Top Windows) front elevation (various sizes), side view, plan views

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Overhead Door - Up & Over, Wide Ribs
Scale illustration of the Up & Over Overhead Door (Wide Ribs) compared to other size configurations

An up and over overhead door with wide horizontal ribs is a popular choice for commercial and industrial settings. This type of door consists of a single panel that is hinged at the top and swings upwards when opened. The wide horizontal ribs, running across the width of the door, provide additional strength and stability, making it suitable for heavy-duty applications.

Moreover, these ribs give the door a distinctive appearance, making it a visually appealing option for businesses. The door can be operated manually or electronically and is known for its durability and ease of use. This type of overhead door is an ideal choice for those seeking a strong, functional, and visually pleasing door for their establishment.

The Up & Over Overhead Door (Wide Ribs) is available in a range of sizes with widths between 7’-14’ (2.13-4.27 m) and heights ranging from 6’6”-9’ (1.98-2.74 m). The door thickness is commonly between 1.6”-2.4” (4-6 cm).

Pair of dimensioned illustrations of the Up & Over Overhead Door (Wide Ribs) seen in elevation and plan
An up and over overhead door with wide horizontal ribs is a popular choice for commercial and industrial settings. This type of door consists of a single panel that is hinged at the top and swings upwards when opened. The wide horizontal ribs run across the width of the door.

The Up & Over Overhead Door (Wide Ribs) is available in a range of sizes with widths between 7’-14’ (2.13-4.27 m) and heights ranging from 6’6”-9’ (1.98-2.74 m). The door thickness is commonly between 1.6”-2.4” (4-6 cm).

Pair of dimensioned illustrations of the Up & Over Overhead Door (Wide Ribs) seen in elevation and plan
Overhead Door - Up & Over, Wide Ribs
Height:
6’6”-9’ | 1.98-2.74 m
Width:
7’-14’ | 2.13-4.27 m
Length:
Depth:
1.6”-2.4” | 4-6 cm
Weight:
Area:
Materials
Aluminum, fiberglass, steel or wood door

Drawings include:

Up & Over Overhead Door (Wide Ribs) front elevation (various sizes), side view, plan views

Downloads

2D Downloads

3D Downloads