When you plan to add a garage door panel into a home, you should consider several things. The size of the garage determines if the structure is for one, two, or three cars. The style of the garage is mainly determined by the construction of the roof, as the body of most of the garages is basically a form of big box. All garages have doors, and doors also come in many different styles.
Gabled water has a shape of an inverted “V” which is visible from the front of the garage. This style of garage door panel is standard in many constructions of new buildings and the tone in the garage ceiling is lined with pitch of the roof of the house. The roofs of two waters allow rain and snow to slide down the sides of the cover. Hip roof is four-sided shelter where the highest point is a peak in the center of the structure. This style is recommended for people living in areas with extreme weather, since it is especially robust. The roof slopes are not steep, making the garage door panel a shorter building. No windows built into the roof of this style.