You’ve decided to renovate your home, and to fit with your look, you’re being told to go with a traditional, classic style of garage door. What exactly does that mean? Is it truly what you need?
Well, whether you are renovating, trying to increase the perceived value of your home, or looking to improve the insulation level and protective properties of your garage door to keep your garage more comfortable winter and summer, there is no lack of choices in traditional and classic garage door models. Nowadays, a garage door is more than basic utilitarian object – it is an integral part of your home’s architecture that enhances its beauty and character.
What are the characteristics of a traditional or classic house style?
Homes that are called traditional or classic are often a successful blend of styles that have evolved to follow popular trends. We are talking here about models such as bungalows, single-story houses, and 2-story ones such as cottage style. They are very often classics that are distinguished by borrowing from the most diverse architectural trends. Nonetheless, the overall impression remains harmonious, producing a comfortable haven for family life.
What garage door models does Garaga have to go with this style?
Though traditional homes don’t have one typical trait, they do share timeless designs and historical roots. Their classic style can also be found in our garage doors that share these same features. Here are the Garaga models to coordinate with your traditional home:
Standard+ door, Prestige model 40 ½ x 15 in. designs embossed in the metal
Standard+ door, Shaker CC model, 21 x 15 in. designs embossed in the metal
Standard+ door, Classic CC model 21 x 13 in. rectangular pattern
Standard+ door, Classic XL model 40 x 13 in. embossed pattern
Why not personalize the look of your garage door by adding windows!
Beyond the model and color, there is another special custom touch you can give to your door – the windows.
Finding a window model to suit your tastes won’t be hard with the wide and varied choices Garaga has. Harmonizing the style to go along with the windows in your house is a way of unifying the traditional elements of your residence.
Once you have selected a window model, you can future personalize your choice with the type of glass. Select from among windows with clear glass, printing process glass, Thermacrystal, as well as others such as glue chip, satin or textured with horizontal lines.
Are you interested and want to learn more?
If you have decided to buy a new garage door and would like to coordinate its look with the traditional style of your house, use our Design Centre to see what the overall effect will be, or get some inspiration for possible looks from perusing our image gallery.