Overhead Door Company of Permian Basin is a garage door and opener distributor that has locations in Midland and Odessa. Serving the whole of West Texas and the Concho Valley, the locally-operated shop is part of the Overhead Door's network of 450+ distributors all around the country. It installs all kinds of garage doors, including ones made of wood, metal, fiberglass, and vinyl. It also installs roll-up, sectional, high-speed, and insulated doors for commercial garages.
707 S Colorado St, Midland, TX 79701
Midland, TX 79701
Ramirez Overhead Door is a garage door business that serves Odessa-based residents. The company specializes in servicing overhead garage doors. Its team of technicians handles the inspection, installation, repair, and replacement of overhead garage doors. They also perform overhead garage door maintenance. Furthermore, the garage door specialist fabricates overhead garage doors for clients. Its crew attends to emergency concerns 24 hours a day. Ramirez Overhead Door has been providing professional garage door services for over seven years.
5613 South County Road 1200, Midland, TX 79706
Midland, TX 79706
Womack Door & Window offers repair services for residents around Odessa who are facing issues with their garage equipment. The Midland-based company has been in business since 2002 and provides replacement and installation services for worn-down or damaged residential garage doors and gates. Womack Door & Window also installs less conventional gates and gate openers including glass doors, mirrors, and electromagnetic locks or keyless access technologies. The company also caters to the garage needs of commercial clients, such as the installation of aluminum storefronts and glass windows.
10307 West County Road 58, Midland, TX 79707
Midland, TX 79707
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.