What should I put above my garage door?

How much clearance do you need 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.

What is the minimum height for a garage door?

Yes, just as long as the door sections are 21 inches (61 cm) high or less and the height of the door is at least 6′ 6” (1.98 m).

Why is there a gap at the top of my garage door?

Top & Side Gaps – Holes along the top and sides could mean that your garage door stops need to be adjusted or replaced. If your stops seem flush with the door, the track bolts may need to be tightened or loosened. Bottom Gaps – In most cases, a bottom gap means that the frame or floor of your garage has settled.

Who is the largest garage door manufacturer?

As one of the largest garage door manufacturers in the United States, Wayne Dalton has a commitment to customer service and product ingenuity. Their comprehensive product line includes a wide range of both residential and commercial options.

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