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Precision Garage Door of New England

Serving Boston, The North Shore, The South Shore, And Worcester

New Garage Doors, Replacement & Installation

Free No Obligation Estimate

3 Things You Need To Know Before
Buying a Garage Door

1. Choose The Best Company For The Job

Upgrading your garage door is one of the smartest investments you can make in your home, according to Home Advisor. Your garage door is also one of the largest and heaviest pieces of mechanical equipment in your house. Think of it as a moving wall. That’s why you need expert installers who know how to do it right and a reliable company that’s going to be there when you need them. 

  • Our door installers are professional and courteous at all times. They arrive at your home uniformed and in clearly marked vehicles.
  • We carry all the necessary insurance and will provide proof upon request.
  • Every door we sell comes with a full warranty. Your garage door will be installed by a local company, and it will be backed by a National Franchise.

2. Pick A Top-Quality Door For Durability And Design

The best garage door is the one that fits your needs. We sell and professionally install Garaga & Haas Garage Doors. These manufacturers typically offer a very good value for our customers. The warranty is good and most of the time we/you don't need to use it, which represents a win/win for us and our customers. We can get almost any garage door manufactured today, so if you have a special request, please let us know.

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Choose The Right Material & Style For Your Garage Door

Door Styles

Windows, Color & Decorative Options

Design your perfect garage door using the Precision Garage Door Designer. You may also submit your design and get a free price quote. Click here to start designing.

Your ability to customize your garage door to your home's decor will be affected by the type of door you choose. Garage doors are commonly found in steel, wood, carriage house and wood composite.

Steel Garage Door

Steel Garage Doors

Steel is the most popular material used for garage doors today because of its durability. Steel will look great forever and is virtually maintenance-free. It also has the advantage of being the least expensive garage door you can buy. If you're looking to add even more curb appeal, a Steel Door in Carriage Style like the one pictured, might be just what you're looking for.

Carriage House Door

Carriage House Doors

Carriage house is a style of door, not a material, but you'll certainly want to consider it when purchasing a new door.

Traditionally, carriage style doors are made out of wood and remind us of the days when garage doors were pulled open rather than lifted overhead.

Upscale wood doors are available in nearly limitless variety. Precision will be happy to provide a free estimate and work with your architect on finding exactly the right style.

Carriage house doors now also come in steel and are available to homeowners of every budget. In fact, a carriage style door in steel might be comparable in price to a similar door in raised panel, or just slightly more.

See the available styles using our door designer or call for a free price quote.

Wood-Composite Garage Door

Wood Composite Garage Doors

Wood composite garage doors are made out of recycled materials which make them a very green choice. They are made to resemble the traditional look of a wood door, however they require less maintenance.

Wood composite garage doors come ready to paint (they do not come finished and do need to be painted or stained), which allows these doors to be perfectly customized to your home's decor.

Glass Garage Doors

Glass Garage Doors

Glass garage doors, actually made from aluminum, radically beautify a home's exterior. Sometimes referred to as French Doors or Frenchporte, these doors operate in the exact same way as a standard garage door. The frosted glass is translucent and is made from a polycarbonate that is virtually unbreakable. In contrast to this garage door's frail beauty they are very durable and maintenance free. As expected, the traffic-stopping beauty and the technology behind its durability comes with a higher price tag.

Custom Garage Door

Custom Garage Doors

In addition to the above styles, you may also consider doors that are unique and offer options to match your home's design. Houses were made in different periods and many styles. In some cases the shape and size of the garage are unique. No problem.

We can get a garage door customized for your home's specifications. These doors can reflect old world styles, and are available with decorative hand-forged hardware and architectural glass options. Precision will work with homeowners, architects and designers to help match your Garage Door to your home's unique style.

3. Make It Energy Efficient With Insulation

The energy efficiency of your new garage door will depend on how well it's insulated. This is most often stated in R-Value. The higher the R-Value the more energy efficient the garage door.

There are 2 types of insulation used in garage doors: polystyrene and polyurethane.

Polystyrene is similar to the materials used in a foam cooler. It is less expensive than polyurethane and will provide a high R-value. Polyurethane is sprayed into a door with interior and exterior steel and provides a superior quality and R-Value. It will typically be a little more expensive than polystyrene.

For example, a wood garage door will have an R-Value around 8, while insulated steel doors can achieve R-Values between 13 and 19.

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Why Choose Precision

  • Same Day Service
  • All Calls Answered By A Live Operator 24/7
  • Evening & Weekend Appointments 
  • Emergency Service
  • All Work Is Guaranteed
  • All Major Credit Cards Accepted
  • Professionally Trained Technicians
  • We Repair & Service All Major Brands
Boston Area

(617) 459-4147

(617) 459-4147
Newton | Norwood Area

(781) 304-4933

(781) 304-4933
Framingham | Franklin Area

(508) 283-3973

(508) 283-3973
Marlborough | Acton Area

(978) 631-0042

(978) 631-0042
Quincy | Brockton Area

(781) 519-4491

(781) 519-4491
Salem | Ipswich | Reading Area

(978) 357-8486

(978) 357-8486
Worcester Area

(508) 925-7701

(508) 925-7701
Haverhill | Newburyport Area

(978) 631-0042

(978) 631-0042
Lowell Area

(978) 710-0370

(978) 710-0370
Plymouth | Middleborough Area

(508) 283-3973

(508) 283-3973
Southern New Hampshire Area

(603) 821-9737

(603) 821-9737
Precision Door Service
Office: (978)212-3332
90 Cherry Street
Ste 4

Hudson, MA 01749


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