The STEELHOUSE™ Carriage House Door will have an immediate impact on the curb appeal of any home. The available designs of the STEELHOUSE™ Door brings the traditional look and design of the old style wood carriage door without the problems that were once associated with the older wood door. At half the cost, half the weight, and with a maintenance free exterior, you cannot make a better investment in your home’s exterior appearance.
NEW STEELHOUSE™ WOODTONES
Complete the look of your new STEELHOUSE™ Carriage House Garage Door with the color and style of WoodTones. Get the look of a solid wood door with the maintenance-free durability and strength of steel. The natural beauty and warmth of wood will give your home greater curb appeal and value.
Quality in a 2 inch thick, 23 gauge steel insulated door designed to have the appearance of an expensive wood carriage house door, without the cost or maintenance that is normally associated with this type of product.
Sections: Are 2 inches thick in 24 inch and 28 inch heights and are manufactured from heavy duty 23 gauge hot dipped galvanized steel. Sections are pre painted white and rotary embossed with wood grain texture. Tongue and groove meeting rails are roll formed into the panel, incorporating the RITS reinforced integral truss system. CFC free polystyrene insulation with a high impact vinyl backer is laminated to the interior face of the section. Vertical stile members are 19 gauge hot dipped galvanized Ibeams pre painted white to match the interior color of the door. Textured steel “C” channel, foam filled, facing boards 4″ x.5625″ are laminated to the face of the steel door with mechanical fasteners and an epoxy based cement. Bottom sections are reinforced with aluminum “L” reinforcement angle and bonded to the bottom of the sections for supporting a replaceable UV protected weather seal.
H 3 Hardware And Track: Heavy duty top and bottom fixtures, 14 gauge wide body hinges, 10 ball white nylon rollers, galvanized torsion tube, pre painted springs, self locking fasteners that include the back hang bolts, inside lock, dual lift handles, .051 vertical track and .060 horizontal track.
Perform routine maintenance steps once a month. Review your owner’s manual for the garage door. If you don’t have a manual, look for the model number on the back of the door, or check the lock handle, hinges, or other hardware for the manufacturer’s name and request a manual from the manufacturer.
Look at the garage door springs, cables, rollers, pulleys, and other door hardware for signs of wear. If you suspect problems, have a qualified person make repairs.
WARNING – Springs are under high tension. Only qualified persons should adjust them.
Garage door springs, cables, brackets, and other hardware attached to the springs are under very high tension and, if handled improperly, can cause serious injury. Only a qualified professional or a mechanically experienced person should adjust them, but only by carefully following the manufacturer’s instructions.
The torsion springs (the springs above the door) should only be adjusted by a professional. Do not attempt to repair or adjust torsion springs yourself.
A restraining cable or other device should be installed on the extension spring (the spring along the side of the door) to help contain the spring if it breaks.
WARNING – Never remove, adjust, or loosen the screws on the bottom brackets of the door. These brackets are connected to the spring by the lift cable and are under extreme tension.
Regularly lubricate the moving parts of the door. However, do not lubricate plastic idler bearings. Consult the door owner’s manual for the manufacturer’s recommendation.
Periodically test the balance of the door.
Start with the door closed.
If you have a garage door opener, use the release mechanism so you can operate the door by hand when doing this test.
You should be able to lift the door smoothly and with little resistance. It should stay open around three or four feet above the floor. If it does not, it is out of adjustment. Have it adjusted by a qualified service person.
This important information is provided by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the National Safety Council, and the Industry Coalition for Automatic Garage Door Opener Safety.
First United Door Technologies (1stUDT) warrants to the original purchaser of its products that any part thereof, which proves to be defective within THREE years of date of purchase, will be replaced to the distributor without charge. Thiswarrant does not extend to normal wear, discoloration, fading or deterioration due to rust resulting fromdamage to the door section finish caused by fire, other accident or casualty, vandalism, radiation, animal wastes, excessive salts, harmful fumes or foreign substances in the atmosphere and/or Acts of MotherNature. Fading and discolorization after one (1) year does not constitute as a factory defect.
Nor shall the warranty extend as a result of any physical damage after the door left the factory, or failure to provide reasonable, necessary and proper maintenance, or to cover any damages with respect to any products that in any way or degree have been altered, modified, processed, misused or improperly handled or installed. 1stUDT warrants, to the original owner, the door section(s) for lifetime against the de fects where splitting, cracking, peeling, or deterioration due to rusting through, from the original date of installation by persons authorized by 1stUDT. If, during this period, the door sections are found to be defective upon inspection by an authorized 1stUDT representative, 1stUDT will repair or replace, at its option, the defective section(s). Any scratches, abrasions, or marks on exterior or interior are not considered a factory defect.
This warranty covers the door sections only and does not apply to other parts of the garage door or operating hardware. 1stUDT is not liable for consequential damages or the recovery of any other direct or indirect costs. This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, representations, or covenants, express or implied, with respect to this product, as to any matter whatsoever, except for any “implied warranty” as that term is defined in the Magnuson-MossWarranty-Federal Trade Commission Improvement Act, such implied warranties to be limited in duration to a period of one year from the date of purchase.This warranty gives individuals legal rights, although there may be other rights that can vary from state to state.
FIRST UNITED DOOR TECHNOLOGIES WILL NOT PAY FOR ANY DAMAGES, INCLUDING INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,CAUSED BY OR RESULTING FROM A DEFECTIVE DOOR SECTION, PARTS OR HARDWARE. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not apply.
STEEL SECTIONS:Your door has been pre-finished with a baked on polyester paint system.To complete the finishing process, sponge wash the door with a mild powered detergent and warm water. Rinse and allow the door to dry before applying paint. Use a high quality exterior grade acrylic latex paint.Do not use an oil based/ alkyd paint. The paint can be applied with a roller; however, a superior finish will be obtained with an airless or HVLP spray gun. Prior to applying the paint, verify the paint manufacturer’s painting instructions. Be careful not to get paint inside the tongue and groove edges. Failure to do so will result in the paint bonding the sections together, thus, making the door inoperable.
Applying a different color paint to the trim boards will intensify the appearance of the trim boards from the rest of the door.This process is easily accomplished by rolling the paint on to the trim boards with a 4″ foam roller (Two coats are recommended).Applying a 3/8-inch strip of black paint in between the two 4-inch boards that are side by side and spaced 3/8 of an inch apart, will give the at the doors are not connected.