Additions to Durafirm Collection®, Thermacore® and Traditional Steel Lines Expand Distributor Offerings
DALLAS – Overhead Door distributors have new design options to offer customers thanks to enhancements Overhead Door Corporation has made to three of its garage door lines.
The Dallas-based company created a V5 stamp that mimics the look and feel of wainscoting, which will be available on the Durafirm Collection®, Traditional Steel and Thermacore® lines. A raised panel Ranch stamp is also now available on the Thermacore® line, while decorative window inserts have been added to the Traditional Steel Collection.
"The addition of these new stamps and window inserts to several of our collections should help all of our Overhead Door distributors meet current and future demand from homeowners who want attractive garage doors that complement their homes' architecture and increase curb appeal," said Joe Dachowicz, vice president of marketing at Overhead Door. "The inspiration for these enhancements came directly from listening to the needs of homeowners and distributors -- the new options combine the R-values that the market is demanding with the designs that are popular with today's homeowners."
Overhead Door's introduction of the V5 and Ranch stamps gives distributors more options to offer consumers who want to customize their homes. In a design nod to wainscoting, the V5 stamp incorporates five vertical stiles and a faux wood grain aesthetic that is not only attractive, but adds strength to the Thermacore®, Durafirm and Traditional Steel doors on which it's incorporated. Meanwhile, the raised-panel Ranch stamp further expands the design offerings available in the Thermacore® line and will be available with corresponding ranch windows.
In an effort to minimize the need for additional inventory, V5 and Ranch stamped doors will utilize current Thermacore®, Durafirm and Traditional Steel Collection window trim inserts. Overhead Door is also adding new decorative window inserts for both the Standard Panel (short) and Ranch Panel (long) doors in the Traditional Steel Collection. Customers will now have the option to pair all 170/180 Series doors with Prairie window trims, while 399 Series doors may be paired with Wynbridge, Stockton 8-Lite Arch and Somerton window trims.
Distributors can find more information about the new product offerings to the Thermacore®, Traditional Steel and Durafirm Collections by visiting www.overheaddoor.com.
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.
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