Most Popular Wayne Dalton Garage Doors for Builders
For decades, Wayne Dalton has been recognized by builders as a top provider of quality garage doors and one of the most commonly used brands. Builder favorites include Model 9405 Carriage House Steel, Model 9100 Classic Steel and Model 9800 Designer Fiberglass garage doors. These doors include a multitude of performance features, including:
- Pinch-resistant door panels to help push fingers out of harm's way if accidentally placed near a closing garage door
- Wayne Dalton’s TorqueMaster® Plus Counterbalance system safely contains garage door springs inside a steel tube
- Foamed-in-place polyurethane insulation, which can help improve a home’s thermal efficiency (especially when surrounding garage walls are insulated). Insulation also reduces street noise from the home and makes the garage door operate more quietly
- Bottom weather seal to block draft and debris from entering the garage
Individually, each of these doors also offer builders something unique. The Model 9405 Carriage House Steel garage door is a builder favorite, thanks to its strong, low-maintenance design that does not sacrifice style. With Wayne Dalton’s TruChoice™ Color System, builders can have this door customized with over 6,000 color options to pair perfectly with any home or project.
Built with strength and longevity in mind, the Model 9100 Classic Steel garage door is trusted by builders as a timeless, high-quality door. Model 9100 is available in five classic and contemporary panel designs and can be customized with a wide range of window and finish options to match virtually any taste. Performance capabilities include hurricane-level center hinges and horizontal integral struts at the top and bottom of each door section for added strength.
Model 9800 Designer Fiberglass garage doors are engineered with artfully molded wood grain fiberglass surfaces bonded to a durable steel frame. These doors are the perfect builder recommendation to homeowners who desire the look of wood but are not interested in the required maintenance to avoid warping, cracking or rotting.