The standard garage door width and height can vary by where you live, but is usually: 8 feet wide by 7 feet tall, or 9 feet wide by 7 feet tall for a single car garage door. 16 feet by 7 feet for a double garage door.
What is the maximum width of a garage door?
Standard Overhead Door garage door sizes are whole-width increments starting at 8 feet wide and going to 20 feet wide. Some door series have sizes smaller than that. Standard heights are 7 feet and 8 feet tall. Other heights and widths are also available and vary by individual door series.
Is an 8 foot garage door wide enough?
Single garage doors can be small enough for golf carts or large enough for tractors, depending on your home or community, For most homes, the standard single-car garage door is 8 to 9 feet wide and 7 to 8 feet high. New construction frequently offers 9 x 7 garage doors but increasingly offers door widths of 10 feet.
What is standard garage size?
The average one car garage size is 12 feet wide and 22 feet deep. That being said, you have other options. Other common sizes are 14 x 22, 16 x 24 and 14 x 24. Those are standard sizes that are offered almost anywhere.
How much clearance is needed above a garage door?
You need at least 2 inches of clearance above the garage door where it comes closest to the ceiling during travel – meaning the up & down movement. You also need at least 10 feet back from the front wall (the inside of the door opening) where a support station for the opener will be placed.
How much space do you need in front of a garage?
Assuming that you have a standard two-car garage, you will need to have at least 24 feet of “backup space.” In terms of width, you should expect to have a minimum of 18 feet if you have a two-car garage. If you have a single-car garage design, you can often squeeze in a driveway as small as 12 feet wide.