Traditional Steel Garage Doors

Residential Traditional Steel Garage Doors

Traditional Steel garage doors deliver Overhead Door’s legendary performance and durability at our most affordable price. These garage doors are available with classic raised panels, wainscot inspired design or contemporary long panels. Two coats of baked-on polyester paint provide a low-maintenance finish that looks great, year after year.

These steel garage doors combine the long-lasting performance of high-quality steel with the elegance of clean lines and classic designs. Whether you want to create a subtle statement or a bolder one, our wide assortment of neutral tones will complement the architectural details of your home.

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Embossed wood-grain texture

Adds beauty, sophistication and durability

Reinforced door construction

For maximum strength, durability and minimal weight

Durable finish

Hot-dipped galvanized steel with two coats of baked-on polyester paint

Bulb-type bottom weather seal

Guards against wind and rain while providing a cushion when closing the door


Up to limited lifetime



Doors are available in five standard colors or can be painted to match your home’s décor. See the individual model page for more details.

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White Almond Desert Tan Taupe Brown

Actual color may vary slightly from the digital representation above. Color samples are available by request. To custom paint your door, see painting instructions in the owner's manual.


Feature simulated wood-grain embossment to enhance the appearance of your garage door. Choose from standard, wainscot inspired (V5) or long panel designs.


Customize your garage door with a variety of window designs to enhance your garage door and home.


A variety of glass options are available, including clear, obscure, solar bronze, high-velocity impact, and insulated glass.

Wind load

Our WindStorm™ wind load rated system is available on select products to meet regulations for a variety of wind speeds, including hurricane-force winds, and meet the most stringent local building codes.