Custom Garage Doors: Cornerstone Series Overhead Doors
Upgrade Your Home With New Cornerstone Series Overhead DoorsFairmount Door Corporation offers Lafayette, IN, and Marion, IN homeowners custom garage doors with their best-in-class Cornerstone Series Overhead Doors. These long-lasting, beautiful garage doors are versatile and will instantly boost your property’s curb appeal. As a family-owned and operated garage door company serving Central Indiana since 1975, you can feel confident in our team’s ability to handle your custom garage door installation with the utmost expertise and professionalism.
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Cornerstone Series Overhead Doors: Featuring 2 Customizable Door Models
The Cornerstone Series features two garage door models that are customizable by design, color, window design, and glass type. With so many options, Cornerstone Series overhead doors will complement any home’s exterior and architectural elements.
The CS138 is a quality 1 ⅜” thick garage door with an R-value of 12.
The CS200 is a premium 2” thick garage door with an R-value of 18.
You’ll notice that the main difference between these two door models is that the CS200 is thicker and has a higher R-value. So, what does this mean, and how does it impact which Cornerstone Series doors you choose for your custom garage door installation? Check out the following FAQs for more information. Have additional questions? Ask our Fairmount Door team!
Thicker garage doors provide better insulation, durability, and noise resistance. They are more costly than thinner garage doors but tend to be more energy efficient. Thicker doors are heavier, which might require a more powerful garage door opener. If you have limited headroom, take this into consideration, as a thicker garage door takes up more space. There are several advantages to choosing a thicker garage door, but at the end of the day, your preferences, needs, and budget will help you determine the best option for you!
The R-Value of a garage door determines how well the door can resist heat flow. The higher a garage door’s R-value, the better insulation it will provide. Insulated garage doors ultimately offer increased energy efficiency and lower utility costs.