Garage Doors: Best Return on Investment
What is the single best home improvement project with payback for your house?
Replace your garage door. According to the 2019 Cost Versus Value Study coordinated by Remodeling magazine, a garage door replacement returns a whopping 97.5% of the investment cost for a homeowner. That’s the highest recoup value of any home improvement project in the study. To put it plainly, if you invest $3000 in a garage door, $2,949 of that is added to the value of your home. And, while that information may be enough to spur your interest in replacing your garage door, consider these other great reasons:
Oftentimes garage doors are a critical part of the curb appeal of a house.
Whether you’re selling or looking to stay for awhile, your home’s overall appearance benefits from a new garage door.
The garage door is often the single most used door in a home on a daily basis. Having a newer garage door makes it a more pleasant way to exit and re-enter your home each day. Plus, a newer door can be more reliable and safer than an older door that has its best years of service behind it.
Newer garage door models are more energy efficient than older versions. With more insulating value, today’s garage doors can help save on your home’s energy bills.
Made more durable than ever before,
steel and aluminum garage doors now have endless style options.
From deeply embossed wood grains to custom colors, new garage doors can be ordered specifically to complement your home’s exterior.
Enhance your home’s privacy while being stylish.
Decorative and specialty glass windows are available in a wide array of styles and with obscure glass options to protect your privacy.