Garage doors are utilized in all types of buildings including Residential, Commercial, Industrial and Agricultural. They provide safety and security and are a convenience while adding curb appeal, increasing a property’s value and can even make a building more energy efficient.
Our knowledgeable staff is able to work with you from the start to find the right door and opener for your specific property needs. Please reach out to our office staff for all pricing.
- Standard Residential and Commercial Sectional Doors
- All Glass Aluminum
- Steel Insulated and not Insulated
- R Values up to 25.8
- Wind-load Options
- Overlay Options
- Light Duty Rolling Doors
- High use Commercial Rolling Doors
- Counter Shutters
- Fire Rated Rolling Doors
- High Speed Fabric Doors
Garage Door New Construction Installation:
Our sales team can assist in determining the exact specifications needed for a brand-new building. We can assist in reviewing blue prints, help determine track type needed, recommend a specific model and provide framing and wiring requirements.
Garage Door Replacement:
Our installation crews are able to take down and haul away an existing door and replace all components. We can also assist in finding a door for an existing structure that is being retrofitted whether you are cutting a new opening into an existing building, framing an existing slider type door for an overhead door or changing an existing opening size. Our sales & installation teams can assist and give recommendations. We do not complete any onsite framing however we can provide drawings and framing guidelines to assist you and your contractor in properly framing to accommodate the new door.
We have carefully selected our preferred door manufacturers. The sectional doors we choose to install are manufactured right here in Ohio. To learn more about HAAS Door, please see the link below:
Overhead Door Options
- HAAS Door – Sectional Doors.
- HAAS Door – Create your own door by combining models, colors and window options to find what looks best on your Residential Project.
- Cornell Cookson – Heavy Duty Commercial Rolling, Fire and Counter shutter Doors
- Trac Rite – Light Duty Rolling Doors (Common for Self-Storage)
Garage Door Opener Options:
- Linear 801
- Linear 841 (WIFI + Battery Back Up)
- Manaras Opener – Commercial Opener Options
- Different Lock Options/Opener Alternatives are available upon request.
- Chain Hoist
- Inside Lock Options
- Auto Lock
- Keypad Release
Please be mindful of emergency access (If your opener fails will you still have access to the building?).
Information Needed for an Accurate Estimate:
- Opening Width
- Opening Height
- Ceiling Height
- Jamb Type (Wood, Concrete, Steel, Block)
- Jobsite Location
- Is the project New Construction, Existing or Retro-Fit)
- Rafter spacing (If Applicable)
- Opening on Gable End or Supporting Wall (If Applicable)
- Model(s) Desired
- Window Options
- Opener/Lock Options
For more detailed spec sheets, marketing resources and warranty documents, please reach out to the Bronson Door Company Sales Team.
Painting instructions for painting a new or existing door:
- Painting Instructions | HaasDoor Painting Instructions
- Sherwin Williams CCE Color Codes | Haas Door Sherwin Williams CCE Codes
- Woodgrain Paint Touch Up Instructions
Standard framing & Electrical Information
Determining Door Height:
For average mount to wood openings the height of the door should be the same as the opening height. Please consider if concrete will be poured, the opening height could be affected.
Determining Door Width:
For average mount to wood openings the width of the door should be slightly larger than the opening. For instance if you want a 20’ wide door we would recommend a 19’ 10” wide opening. This sizing rule would change for steel, concrete or block jambs.
The headroom in your building refers to the space between the opening and the ceiling or rafters. This measurement is essential in determining the track type needed for your project.
For Residential Doors, ideally there should be at least 4 ½’ of side-room on each side of the opening, we recommend framing any wood opening with 2×6 up the jambs.
Center & Side Pads:
Center and Side Pads are additional framing that allow the installers to properly mount the top track, spring assembly and opener rail. This additional framing usually mounts above the opening’s header up to the finished ceiling or rafters.
Ensuring Framing is Flush:
Always ensure your overhead door header, jamb board and center/side pads are flush with one another. You also want to ensure the concrete foundation is flush and not stepped out from the garage door framing and allows for enough side room.
Standard Openers require a regular outlet and the wall button is ran using 22-2 wire. For all residential openers the customer is required to supply the power for the opener head. Normal rule for outlet location is door height + 3’. Customers and electricians can choose to prewire prior to finished wall coverings if desired.
Most Commercial Openers are hardwired or plugged in via pigtail with 12GA 110 Volt. Commercial 3 button stations are 18GA 4 wire, ran usually in conduit. For all commercial openers the customer is required to supply electric and wiring for openers and 3 button stations. Electric location should be door height + 3’. Our technicians are NOT Certified Electricians and do not hook up commercial opener. The customer will have this responsibility.
When you choose Bronson Door Co. as your garage door technicians, you can rest easy knowing that trusted professionals are working on your property. To learn more about the garage door services offered by Bronson Door Co., contact us at 937-987-0005 today.