Faux Painting and Gel Staining Your Garage Door!

Most garages are readily visible from the street. A garage door has great potential either to add or detract from a property’s beauty. Many garage doors share an architectural partnership with their houses. The garage door should harmonize with its house.

Garage doors express the structure’s function more than any other element. It should incorporate or compliment decorative features that will enhance the front elevation of the home. Then why settle for a Plain Jane, white on white, garage door every time you pull up to the house? Want the rich look and feel of a thick wooden door, but don’t have the spare $10,000-$12,000 it would cost for the real thing.

The idea is simple, take a boring, static garage door, and create something appealing and interesting that will make your garage, and home a statement of your own. Taking garage doors and either faux painting or using a gel staining process, can give them the dramatic effect of a rich, beautifully hued wood door.

The most common types of garage doors today, have a wood grain texture imprinted on them that runs across the entire door inviting the look of a real wood door. Faux painting or gel staining achieves a deep rich look and insures durability and protection against elements, not fading as regular painted garage doors do. Transform your steel garage door into a luxurious “wooden” door that will make the garage dominate the curb appeal of the home.

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One response to “Faux Painting and Gel Staining Your Garage Door!

  1. Nice articles! Keep up the good work.

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