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Garage doors represent the face of your garage, so you'll need to consider the style, material, and function of your door before purchasing the proper one for your needs. Most of the garage doors on the market are rolling sectional doors that travel up tracks on rollers, bending at each hinged section as they are pulled overhead. A single section door pivots out in a single motion before being drawn by counterweights into place above the garage space. Single section doors may be impractical in areas with snow and ice, since the space in front of the door must remain clear for the door to function. People with single section pivoting doors should also watch that car bumpers, bicycles, and tools are not left too close to the garage door. (Not to mention people!).
While metal doors are far more resistant to damage from the elements than wood doors, a door made of most any material will deteriorate if not cared for properly. Beware of dings, dents, and scratches when caring for your steel door. Inspect the door annually for any damage that might compromise the finish and lead to rust. Wood doors must be properly sealed, and then resealed every two years or so. Protect all garage doors from water as much as possible, especially runoff and splash-back from roof eaves. Direct water away from the door via gutters and eaves, and allow a drainage area in front of the door that prevents splashing or bouncing water from hitting the lower section of the door, if possible.