Northbay Garage Doors

Welcome to Northbay Garage Doors

It is important to Northbay Garage Doors that you are happy with your door choice for years to come.  We are happy to help customers choose the right door for their particular home style, location and budget.  Feel free to Contact Us for assistance.  For those who would like to research products on their own, please visit our Sales page which contains information and brochure links for each door.

From custom estates to tract housing to barns to seaside villas, Sonoma County houses are suited to garage doors manufactured in a variety of materials and styles.  We offer dozens of door models, with multiple panel designs and window design options in a variety of glass types.  Because we are dedicated to matching each garage door to each customer’s specific needs, we do not stock an inventory of doors. 

We do, however, stock a large selection of repair parts including long life torsion springs.  Our Repair Services page explains the advantage of hiring Northbay Garage Doors to replace your broken garage door springs and perform other garage door maintenance and repairs.

 
Matt's Tips
for a
Healthy Garage Door
"DASMA (Door and Access Systems Manufacturers Association) recommends regular service of your garage door and operator to extend their useful life. Regular garage door service can help prevent costly repairs and premature garage door (and opener) replacement. So the issue becomes how to define "regular" service. In my opinion, it honestly depends on a number of factors: door material, door usage, whether exposure, other environmental factors. Wood doors require more frequent service than steel doors. Larger doors require more frequent service than smaller doors. Heavy doors require more frequent service than lighter doors. There is no steadfast "right" answer. In general, companies in the door industry recommend servicing your door once per year. The trouble is, that until we see your door, we simply do not know if that is appropriate or not. One year is a good place to start. On average in the USA, a garage door is cycled (up once and down once is one cycle) about 4 times per day throughout the year. About 10,000 times in approximately 7 years."