Overhead Door Company of Kingston
Serving the Kingston area since 1956
  • Tim & Debbie’s Boathouse

    Tim & Debbie came to us looking for a new door for their boathouse in Cartwright Point. Their existing door was aging, sagging and made of wood. They also had problems with birds nesting in their boathouse. They wanted something traditional but strong and modern, made of steel and insulated for the winter.

    Their new door is a 16 x 7 Thermacore 194 Series Overhead Door in Brown. A sturdy, steel-insulated door with a baked on enamel finish. The rubber strip curtain at the bottom is transparent which allows for light to enter the boathouse, but stiff enough to prevent birds from entering the garage.

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  • Before & After Brown Doors

    This gentleman had two tip-up one-piece steel doors that were cumbersome to open in the winter and heavy for his wife, even in the summer. He wanted a similar look, but with windows for light in his garage, which he was using as a workshop. The customer decided that the standard-raised panel was too popular for him and he wanted to add his own flair.

    We installed: two 9 x 7 Thermacore 194 Series Doors in Brown complete with double-wide windows from the Courtyard Series with Stockton Arch designs.

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  • John & Heather's Courtyard Doors in Ivy Lea

    The customers had old style wood panel type doors. The doors were heavy due to water absorption and had been painted several times over the years. The customers wanted new, steel doors with an "old look," but safe.

    They decided on two 9 x 7 161A Courtyard Series doors complete with Stockbridge window designs in White. This particular series was chosen to compliment the house and bring the garage into the 21st century, with a 19th century look.

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