A top coat traditionally used on wood that has been finished. It is glossy in appearance and not appropriate for use on outdoor equipment as it’s not porous.
Allows ventilation by providing an opening, most commonly located on a lower portion of a garage door.
* Grain-Rings in wood that create a 45 degree angle or greater with surface pieces.
* Lift-When a door lifts vertically without the use of horizontal tracks.
* Lift Drum-A type of cable drum that can neutralize spring tension by changing the radius of its grooves.
* Post-Additional vertical support that aids against episodes of high wind.
* Splice Angle-Employing a continuous angle that reaches the entire height, to connect vertical track to the door jamb.
* Track-The section of track that sits adjacent to the jamb and is vertical.
* Track Assembly-This group is made by a vertical track piece joining with either jamb brackets or a continuous angle piece. It fastens together the track and the jamb.
Glazing anchored onto a door.