Fairmount Door Corporation - Lafayette is a family-owned and operated business that has been in the industry since 1975. Its garage door specialists provide same-day repair solutions to residential, industrial, agricultural, and commercial customers in Lafayette, Kokomo, Marion, and Westfield areas. They are equipped with service trucks stocked with replacement rollers, springs, and cables. Fairmount Door Corporation partners with leading manufacturers capable of installing traditional, carriage, modern, and woodstone garage door styles.
1453 Industrial Drive, Lafayette, IN 47905
Lafayette, IN 47905
Mulhaupts is an integrated solutions company based in Lafayette that has been providing diverse repair services since 1876. They offer mechanical security through installation and repair work covering overhead doors, commercial doors, and door hardware. In addition to their door security services, their line of work includes electronic monitoring systems, environment automation, and access control. Mulhaupts is also affiliated with the Door and Hardware Institute (DHI) and is certified by the Institute of Door Dealer Education and Accreditation (IDEA).
209 North 5th Street, Lafayette, IN 47901
Lafayette, IN 47901
Steve's Overhead Door Company opened its door for business in 1989. The company serves homeowners and business owners in Lafayette and beyond. It installs and replaces garage doors as well as offers repairs for springs, cables, transmitters, and other parts. The company carries doors manufactured by CHI, Haas, Amarr, and Clopay and openers by LiftMaster and Genie. Steve's Overhead Door Company is an accredited dealer and founding member of the International Door Association.
2643 Duncan Road, Lafayette, IN 47904
Lafayette, IN 47904
Garage doors are fabricated from various materials. They can be made of wood, vinyl, or metals, such as copper, steel, or aluminum. Glass, polyurethane foam, and rubber are some other components that might be used to make various parts of garage doors.
The best type of garage door material for your home depends on your décor preferences and needs. Vinyl may hold up to weather without maintenance better than wood, for example, but wood can provide a luxurious look. Stainless steel is durable and long-lasting, as is copper, but some metals might require more care than others. A garage door installer can help you understand the pros and cons of all the different choices.