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Wayne Dalton Adds Options to Residential Garage Door Lines

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Overhead Door Corp.
6750 LBJ Frwy.
Dallas, TX, 75240
USA



Press release date: April 23, 2014

New Enhancements Provide Dealers with More Ways to Help Customers

LEWISVILLE, Texas – This spring, Wayne Dalton garage door dealers can offer their customers more ways to enhance curb appeal with a new color and innovative windows options for select Wayne Dalton garage doors.

Wayne Dalton is expanding customer choice even further with the addition of the color black to its Classic Steel Garage Door 8300 line. Dealers can help end-users make the right selection for their home with the choice among five different colors (white, almond, taupe, brown and black) or two textured wood grain finishes (golden oak or walnut).

Additionally, seven popular Wayne Dalton garage door models from the Classic Steel Garage Door Collection – the 9100, 9600, 8300, 8500 and 8000/8100/8200 Series Long Frame option – are getting five new window patterns that will allow for greater customization. The window designs – Arch Stockton, 8 Lite Stockton II, Stockbridge II, 8 Lite Cascade II and Waterton II – are designed with thinner mullions and less flange material around perimeter edges to provide more natural light. The new inserts also feature about 33 percent less plastic, which allows for better light transmittance and larger light appearance.

"Providing our dealer network with quality products and outstanding choice is something we focus on every day at Wayne Dalton," said Kym Dennis, brand manager for Wayne Dalton garage doors. "Now that we have new arched-, rectangular- and diamond-window designs available on some of our most popular garage door lines, Wayne Dalton dealers can provide their customers with a level choice that is nearly unmatched by anyone else in the industry."

To learn more about the many residential products and customization options available from Wayne Dalton garage doors, visit www.Wayne-Dalton.com, like Wayne Dalton on Facebook or follow Wayne Dalton on Twitter and Google Plus.

About Wayne Dalton
Wayne Dalton, a division of Overhead Door Corporation, is a world-class leader that has designed and manufactured residential and commercial garage doors for over 50 years. For dealers, the company is known as a proactive business partner that prides itself on providing a wide variety of easy-to-install innovative products and smart sales tools that help them grow their business. At the same time, Wayne Dalton simplifies the purchase process by providing a full range of door options and styles through conveniently located dealers. Nine manufacturing facilities, over 70 Sales Centers, and over 2,000 independent dealers, both domestic and international, ensure unmatched distribution. Wayne Dalton continues to expand its offering into other building material categories, and offers a complete line of Fabric Shield Storm Protection Products. For more information, visit www.Wayne-Dalton.com, our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.

About Overhead Door Corporation
Overhead Door Corporation, based in Dallas, Texas, is a leading manufacturer of doors and openers for residential, commercial, industrial and transportation applications. The company has five divisions: Access Systems Division (ASD), which features the Overhead Door and Wayne Dalton brands; The Genie Company, manufacturer of remote-controlled garage door opening systems; Horton Automatics, a manufacturer of automatic entrance systems; TODCO, the largest producer of truck doors for the transportation industry and Creative Door Services, Western Canada's leader in providing door products and services to the residential, commercial and industrial markets. Overhead Door Corporation created the original overhead garage door in 1921 and the first electric garage door opener in 1926. Overhead Door now employs more than 3,500 people, has 22 manufacturing facilities, 78 regional sales and service and installation centers and more than 5,000 distributors and dealers that service national builders, national accounts, architects, general contractors and homeowners, as well as major retailers in the U.S. and Canada. Overhead Door Corporation is a subsidiary of Sanwa Holdings Corporation of Tokyo, Japan. For additional information, visit www.overheaddoor.com, our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.

Kym Dennis 
Wayne Dalton 
469- 549-7145
kym_dennis@wayne-dalton.com

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