Faux Wood Garage Doors That Look Realistic | New Garage Doors

Deluxe Door Systems recently installed a new faux wood garage door in Galena that looks absolutely stunning (as you can see). The Clopay Canyon Ridge collection is always a go-to for homeowners who love the look of swing-out doors but the practicality of a garage door that opens up and down.

They’re easily customizable with windows and additional hardware, and the faux wood grain ranges from white wash to dark grain wood. These homeowners chose a medium grain to compliment the warm tones in their stone garage.

People love these faux wood grain composite garage doors because they:

  1. Look so similar to a real wood grain that you can hardly tell the difference.
  2. They feel a little “old school” and really bring some class and warmth to your curb appeal.
  3. These garage doors are highly insulated, which means you get way better energy efficiency.
  4. You can choose from white wash, natural primed, medium finish, dark finish, and walnut finish.
  5. Spade lift handles and step plates are included if you want them, and other decorative hardware options are available.
  6. The windows are a great feature for letting in light, and those little window grills you see in the picture actually pop out for easy window cleaning.

If you want to see some in person, you can come to the Deluxe Door Systems showroom in Worthington. If you’re sold already and want to get a new wood composite garage door, give us a call.

We do garage door insulation in and around the Columbus loop, in cities like Upper Arlington, Lewis Center, Hilliard, Grove City, Westerville, and oh so many more. With our quick response time, you’ll be well on your way to buying a new garage door in no time.

What our Customers are Saying

Deluxe Door Systems replaced my garage door and opener. The owner gave an estimate and was easy to work with. The quoted price for a new Clopay garage door and Liftmaster garage door opener was less than expected. The installers were experienced and competent. I’m glad I called them!