As the summer heats up and homeowners look for ways to spruce up their homes, some great new options are available at Overhead Door distributors nationwide thanks to an expansion of the Overhead Door Thermacore Collection.
The Thermacore® Collection is Overhead Door’s line of premium, insulated-steel garage doors that are built with a continuous layer of foamed-in-place polyurethane insulation sandwiched between two layers of corrosion-resistant steel. This construction method, along with in-between section seals, provides maximum thermal efficiency. Properly installed, Thermacore®doors have an R-value of up to 17.5. Thermacore® doors also feature a steel backing for a clean, finished interior appearance.
This spring, Overhead Door expanded the options available to Thermacore® Collection garage doors with the introduction of two new wood grain finishes, two new paint color options and five new window configurations.
For homeowners seeking the look of a wood garage door but without all the maintenance, Thermacore® doors can be purchased with one of two realistic, bi-directional wood grain color finishes – in Walnut or Golden Oak. The Thermacore® line also features nine paint finishes, including recently added Black and Gray, for a clean, classic look that will make a home stand out.
Black Thermacore® Garage Door
Thermacore® doors can be further customized with a range of window options. New to the Thermacore® Collection this year are Stockbridge windows in 2-3 and 2-4 configurations, and Stockton windows in 2-4, 2-6 and 2-8 configurations. Each window option features thinner mullions and less plastic material around the perimeter to provide garages with increased natural light.
New Window Configurations
Altogether, these additions make Thermacore® doors a great choice for homeowners looking for a strong, attractive, insulated garage door that will require minimal maintenance.
Is a Thermacore® Collection garage door right for your home? You can find more information by visiting the Thermacore® Collection page on our website, or by contacting us at Overhead Door of the Permian Basin. Do you have questions about the collection? Leave a comment below and we’ll answer them.