I have a five "short raised panel" garage door with 5 panels each measuring 9 ft
wide by 19 3/8" in height. They are 2" thick and insulated with metal on the
inside panel as well.
My son backed out of the garage and forgot the first step, open the garage door.
:( I need to replace a few panels and realize that the interlocking panels may
be different by manufacturer. How do I find out who made the panels as there
are no markings on any of the door panels? The only marking is on the hinges
which are made by JGS.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated as I am trying to locate my builder but
they were installed 16 years ago.
I'd call local garage door sales/service outfit and solicit their opinion.
When similar accident happened to us, I called the outfit who installed
it originally who said it was made by Steelcraft. bottom two sections
replaced with no problem.
Couple of possibilities. If the house is relatively new and you know who
the builder is, ask him. Builders often use the same brand on everything
If you live in a development with other similar houses, check to see if
the neighbors have stickers or labels on their doors.
Call a local door dealer. He may be able to tell by looking and even if
he does not handle the brand on a regular basis can get the panels for
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