How to Make a Garage Door?


To make a garage door first take measurements for the new garage doors based on the size of the existing garage doors you are replacing then decide on the design you want to use for your garage doors after deciding the size, colour, texture, material and windows, you can get a quote again build the framing to the size you need it, this can be done with any kind of treated, protected wood in any size then make sure its 2x4's are fine then cut the inserts that will make up the panels again create a groove for the panels to slip into and use wood glue on the edges before sliding them into the grooves and finally install the motorized garage door mechanisms. Then you can use the instructions that come with the set up to make sure you done it well.
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