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Hottest Styles in Garage Doors
Garage doors aren't what they used to be. Today's garage door is eye-catching, beautiful, highly efficient and a "hot" design element in new home construction. In a marketplace where curb appeal is paramount, homeowners are putting more thought into choosing their garage doors.

Leading the pack in hot design choices is the carriage house door, which has all the charm and appeal of the traditional, swinging barn door, but with a convenient twist — they're available with all the mechanics of a modern garage door. As for accents, there are plenty of glass window designs, trim, mantels and wrought iron decorative hardware available.
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About Today's Garage Doors
In the last few years, garage doors have experienced a major transformation in their role on the American home. Today's garage doors do a lot more than go up and down. If you're building a new home, it's the perfect time to make sure your garage door has all the latest features and style to make your life safer and easier. And of course, make your new home the envy of the neighborhood.
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The Wayne-Dalton 7100 models combine the classic swing-open appearance and detailing of carriage house wood doors but with the convenience of standard sectional garage doors to give your home great curb appeal. View all Wayne-Dalton models.

Top off your garage door with a stylish mantel from the Cellwood® Designer Accent collection by Ply Gem®. You can add a keystone to join two or more mantel systems over your garage doors to create a decorative effect. Visit Cellwood®.

Nowadays, most top garage door manufacturers like Wayne-Dalton and Overhead Door offer a design program so you can experiment with panel designs, color options and window styles on an actual home. You can even upload a picture of your own home. This allows you to create your own personal style and curb appeal for your garage doors.

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