Press Release Summary:
With available Kingston and Westfield designs, eachÂ offered in arched and square top choices, Carriage House Steel Collection Model 6600 comes in 22 designs andÂ in 5 colors. DoorsÂ are constructed with 2 layers of steel for sturdiness andÂ feature smooth DecaTrim II overlays treated to resist termites and fungal decay. While foamed-in-place polyurethane insulation deliversÂ door section R-value of 12.12, tongue-and-groove section joints help prevent wind and precipitation ingress.
Original Press Release:
Wayne Dalton Adds New Color, Four New Designs to Carriage House Steel Collection
Model 6600 Doors Now Offer Combined 22 Designs in Five Colors
LEWISVILLE, Texas – Wayne Dalton dealers have four new designs and a new color option to offer homeowners looking to enhance the look of their homes with the Wayne Dalton Model 6600 steel carriage house garage door.
With the addition of Kingston and Westfield designs, each available in arched and square top choices, the Carriage House Steel Collection Model 6600 offers a combined 22 different carriage house designs, five colors (white, almond, taupe, brown and the new black), and a variety of window and hardware options. Quiet, durable and stylish, the Model 6600 provides dealers and customers with a premium door that offers the highest R-value* in the Wayne Dalton Carriage House Steel Collection.
“Homeowners looking to stay on trend with colors and styles will be happy with the Model 6600’s new black finish and design options,” said Daniel Christian, sectional steel product manager for Wayne Dalton. “Not only that, but the Model 6600 offers excellent thermal efficiency to help keep homes more comfortable in the height of summer or the dead of winter.”
One of Wayne Dalton’s most robust garage door models, the Model 6600 door is constructed with two layers of steel for increased sturdiness and features smooth DecaTrim II overlays that are treated to resist termites and fungal decay.
The Model 6600 also features engineering and design cues that will help to improve a garage’s thermal efficiency. Its foamed-in-place polyurethane insulation delivers a calculated door section R-value of 12.12, and its snug-fitting, tongue-and-groove section joints help to prevent wind and precipitation from entering the garage.
For more information on the Wayne Dalton Model 6600 steel garage door, visit www.Wayne-Dalton.com.
*Wayne Dalton uses a calculated door section R-value for insulated doors.
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.