If you love the look of wood but find yourself hating the upkeep, wood composite doors are a great alternative. Clopay has invested in a system that prints the grain in two directions, both horizontally and vertically, following the stiles and rails. This detailing, along with the stucco surface texture on the door, provides a more authentic wood appearance.


The Upside

Wood composite is a great option for people who love the wood look but hate the maintenance.

They’re moisture-resistant, so you don’t have to worry about warping, cracking, or hungry termites.

They can be highly insulated to help with home energy costs.

Composite garage doors are often cheaper than their wooden counterparts, depending on what style and quality you go with.


The Downside

Even though they simulate the look of real wood, composite garage doors just can’t match the appeal of a real wood garage door.

While easier to maintain than wood, they do require a little upkeep through the years.


Maybe you’re trying to decide between wood composite garage doors and real wood garage doors but just can’t make a decision. We’d love to have you stop by our Worthington garage door showroom to see the difference for yourself. You wouldn’t believe how real some of our Ultra Grain composite wood garage doors look, like the ones in the Canyon Ridge, Coachman, and Gallery Ultra Grain collections.

For all the garage door repairs, installs, and questions you homeowners have in Bexley, Reynoldsburg, Pataskala, Westerville, Worthington, Dublin, and everywhere else in and around the I-270 belt, contact Deluxe Door Systems. We’re happy to help!


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