Residential Garage Doors St Paul & Minneapolis, Minnesota (MN

By: Custom Door Sales  09-12-2011
Keywords: Garage Doors, garage door, Residential Garage Doors

Residential Garage Doors
Choose from a multitude of styles, materials, and colors. From basic non-insulated, economy priced steel doors, to custom designed wood garage doors, we can fill almost any order in the greater Twin Cities area.

At Custom Door Sales, all of our residential garage doors have commercial grade hinges, nylon rollers with ball bearings, and 15,000 cycle torsion springs.

Perfect Combo
Combine our products, warranties, and knowledgeable sales staff, to enhance your garage door selection experience.

When it comes to installation and service, we take pride in the fact that our field personnel are employees, not subcontractors. We install anywhere within a 50 mile radius of Minneapolis.

Our Promise
We have set the standard in our market for years, and will continue to do so, because our customers deserve it. We encourage you to shop around, but remember, cheaper is not always better. Some of our competitors will incorporate a lower grade of hardware and springs, in order to keep their prices low. Here are some shopping tips:

1. Compare the gauge of steel doors. The lower the number, the thicker the steel, and the stronger the door will be.


Track and hardware gauge. The lower the gauge, the thicker the steel.


Compare the spring cycle rating. Our springs are rated to open and close our doors at least 15,000 times.


Company History. Is the company going to be around when you have a problem?


Installation and service. Are the installers and service technicians, sub-contractors or employees?

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Garage Door Service & Repair St Paul & Minneapolis, Minnesota (MN

Your garage door is up to 50% of your homes front elevation, a wood or steel door selection will increase both the value and curb appeal of your house. Isolate the problem by disconnecting the operator from the door to determine if it is a operator problem or the door. Yes our rail system is a one continues rail system compared to some companies which use a two piece rail.