Residential Garage Doors

Let us help give you the garage door of your dreams! Regency Garage Doors offers a wide variety of residential garage doors including raised panel, recessed panel, flush panel, carriage house overlay, carriage house stamped, steel & wooden, specialty products & more. Choose the brand and style of garage door and garage door opener you want and leave the rest to us!

Regency Garage Doors features and works with only the most reliable and reputable garage door manufacturers and allows you to decide which you want to use for your new garage door. We offer the following garage door brands: Amarr, Wayne Dalton, Windsor Door, and C.H.I Overhead Doors.

Garage Door Openers

After selecting which brand and style you want in a garage door, choose which garage door you want. We offer the following garage door opener brands: LiftMaster, Genie, Linear, and Stanley.

Once you have selected your garage door and opener we will bring and install your new equipment. With over 10 years of garage door experience our priority is to provide the best service possible at a reasonable price. Contact us today if you have any questions or to schedule a garage door consultation.

Residential Garage Doors FAQs

How Much Does a new Garage Door Typically Cost?
The cost of a new garage door depends on the size, model, style, size and gauge of the door. Contact us to get a better idea of what it would cost you to replace your specific garage door at (713) 208-5255.
Can I Replace Just the Damaged Part of my Garage Door or do I Need to Replace the Whole Thing?
If the damaged sections are Section 1 or 2, you can just replace the damaged sections. If the damaged sections are Section 3, 4 or 5, then the entire door needs to be replaced.
How do I Know When I Need a new Garage Door?
If Sections 3, 4 or 5 are damaged (cracked or bent) or if there is aesthetic damage, then you should consider replacing the door.
Do I Have to Replace my Garage Door Opener When I get a new Garage Door?
Unless your garage door opener is between 10-12 years at the time you replace your garage door you do not need to replace your opener.
How Often Should I get my Garage Door Serviced?
You should have your garage door serviced at least once a year.