Lincoln Door sells and installs high-quality overhead sectional doors from Wayne Dalton and General Door Corporation. Lincoln Door supplies Wayne Dalton's line of Thermospan doors with foamed in place polyurethane insulation and "R" values ranging from 10, to the highest in the industry (17.50) for the Thermospan 200 2" door.
Climate control, reliability, durability-- premier, thermally broken, polyurethane insulated steel garage doors have it all, providing excellent temperature control, energy efficiency and long-lasting service for a wide range of applications, such as firehouses, warehouses, and municipal buildings.
Durable 20 gauge and 24 gauge steel non-insulated sectional doors offer long-lasting dependability and quality that will meet the rigors of daily use.
Pass doors are ideal in applications where space is too limited for the installation of a standard entry door. They conserve energy by allowing building access via a smaller opening versus the entire sectional door, this minimizes wear and tear on the door as well saves electric operator cycles. In inclement weather, the heat or cold distribution between inside and outside of the building is minimized, conserving additional energy costs.
3720, 3722, 3724, 3200 and 3220 insulated models as well as 520 and 524 series non-insulated models
Break-away bottom sections will release from the track and swing up to a full 45 degree angle inward or outward, preventing further damage to the door.
3724, 3722, 3720, 3718, 3717, 3220, and 3200 models as well as all 520 series and all 524 series.
General's Weather-Breaker Door is 1-3/4" thick, constructed of polyurethane foam injected between two G-60 hot-dipped galvanized steel skins. This is a super-insulated door with an R-value of 16.4. This is an obvious choice if energy conservation is a foremost concern, but the Weather-Breaker's sturdy, solid construction makes it a good overhead door for many uses.
General's standard commercial door is a pan-type product, 2-1/8" thick, made with 24 gauge G-60 hot-dipped galvanized steel skin and heavy duty galvanized stiles welded to the skin on each side. It can be ordered with a 20 gauge skin for extra heavy duty applications.
General's insulated pan-type door is 2-1/8" thick, made with 24 gauge G-60 hot-dipped galvanized steel skin and heavy duty galvanized stiles welded to the skin on each side. Polystyrene insulation 1-7/16" thick is installed and covered with 26 gauge white painted steel or a heavy vinyl backer sheet. This door can also be ordered with a 20 gauge skin for extra heavy duty applications.