Garage Doors

C.H.I.’s Garage Doors are a Beautiful Choice for Any Pole Building.

From the traditional carriage style door to the contemporary full view garage door, you can choose from several distinct styles and material types for the perfect door that is right for you.

Residential Raised Panel

It’s big on style. With the same appearance as our top-of-the-line models, this series incorporates everything you expect in a garage door, with a price that’s right for you.

Add depth to your garage door with C.H.I.’s raised panel design, available in both short and long panel options. The raised panels start with a recessed edge, but the interior surface of each panel is brought slightly forward, adding just a hint of definition to a classic garage door design.

2250 (Non-Insulated) R-Value – 0
2251 (Insulated) R-Value – 7.94

Carriage House

Rekindle the past! True wood carriage style garage doors don’t have to be complex.

With the same appearance as our top-of-the-line models, this series incorporates everything you expect from a home garage door with a price that’s right for you.

Strength and design come together to carefully craft our stamped carriage house doors. Shaped from steel and embossed with a wood grain finish this series beautifully replicates the timeless look of carriage style doors.

5250 (Non-Insulated) R-Value – 0
5251 (Insulated) R-Value – 7.94

Overhead Door Track Information

Low Headroom Track – To be used with doors that have only one foot (1’) of headroom, or less

High Lift Track – To be used with doors that have over two feet (2’) of headroom

Vertical Lift Track – To be used with doors that are in a building which is twice the height of the doors, plus one foot (1’) or more (i.e. if the door is 7’ tall and the ceiling height is 15’ tall, you would use vertical lift track; however, if the building is only 14’ tall, you would use high lift track)

15” Radius Track (Standard) – To be used with doors that have two feet (2’) of headroom

12” Radius Track – To be used with doors that have only one foot (1’) of headroom*

*If the door is over 10’ tall with only one foot (1’) of headroom, the track will have to be low headroom, due to the size of the drum