RESERVE WOOD collection LIMITED EDITION series garage doors are built with attention to detail by our skilled artisans, creating a warm style that welcomes you home time and time again. With our 4- or 5-layer construction, these doors provide an exceptional blend of curb appeal, durability and energy efficiency. Authentic carriage house designs combine historical charm and character with the convenience of automatic overhead operation. Eight carriage house designs, available in multiple wood species and top section/window panel designs that can be mixed and matched, painted or stained, to complement any architectural style and color scheme.
The RESERVE ® collection MODERN series of contemporary garage doors provides the perfect blend of handcrafted dependability and clean modern design. This versatile series allows you to choose from a variety of materials and natural wood tones, creating aluminum and wood garage door configurations that beautifully complement your home. Clean lines and simple forms let the beauty of natural wood stand out. Clopay’s versatile Modern Series lets you mix materials, shape and tone to create a stunning contemporary garage door that blends beautifully with other woods and materials on your exterior.
RESERVE® WOOD collection SEMI-CUSTOM series garage doors are the perfect way to give your home historical character while also providing your home with a unique look that will stand out in your neighborhood. With your choice of three wood species, six base door designs, and finishes including natural oak, cedar and mahogany, these doors provide both a welcome complement to your home’s architecture.
The CLASSIC™ WOOD collection includes a series of residential garage door options, including raised panel, recessed panel and flush panel — each offering the opportunity to dramatically enhance your home’s curb appeal. Raised panel garage doors feature long or short panels with optional windows, paint- or stain-grade wood, and the choice of hemlock, cedar or redwood. Use our online tool to upload a photo of your home and look at different options before making a final selection.