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Garage Doors

Complete your exterior home makeover
by painting your garage doors

Painting a garage door has an incredible impact on curb appeal. Since it covers a large portion of your home’s façade, your garage door is one of the first things people see as they walk up to your home. If you’ve painted your front entrance door, painting a garage door in the same colour is a must to tie the whole look together.

Since family members, bikes and even cars go in and out of your garage, the coating used to paint a garage door must be extremely resistant to scratches and scuffs. Our exclusive exterior paint for doors and windows is formulated with a high-traffic scratch-resistance that wraps your garage door in a protective film in order to withstand harsh weather conditions and keep your home looking polished all year long.

How to paint a garage door the Spray-Net way

  • Before painting your garage door, we start by carefully removing the weatherstripping and the old caulking.
  • We scuff the surface of your garage door to remove shine and ensure maximum paint adhesion for long-lasting, permanent results.
  • We prep your garage door using our proprietary water-based cleansing solution to lift all dirt and grease from the surface.
  • Before painting, we mask and protect the surrounding area around the garage door frame.
  • We then spray paint your garage door with our solar-reflective, anti-scratch coating for doors. The same coating is flexible enough to be applied on weatherstripping without the risk of cracking and peeling.
  • Lastly, we remove all masking, re-install weatherstripping and finish the look with new colour-matching caulking.
  • We do a final clean-up and make sure your property is as clean as it was when our team first arrived!
How to Paint and Renew Garage Doors
1
Remove & Paint Weatherstripping
2
Mask & Protect
3
Light Sanding
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Prep with Cleansing Solution
5
Paint Application
6
Remove Masking
7
Reinstall Weatherstripping
8
Apply New Caulking