Residential Garage Doors

It is a great feeling when you pull into your own driveway at the end of a long day. The sight of those garage doors is a sign that you are home, finally, and that the stressful part of the day is over. Let us help you make that view all the sweeter with custom built and designed sectional doors that match the look of your home or garage. Our doors add to the curb side appeal of your home AND will save you money on heating and electricity with their high insulation (R) value. Take a look through our gallery and see how a Moulton Custom Door can enhance the look and value of any home.


Related Projects

1085

1085


New York

This R 9 door was designed by Chris Tissot of Tissot Constrution for the garage of the owners ATV Gater.  The house is located on an island. The beauty of Mother Nature sometimes cannot be duplicated, but she's kind enough to provide the materials. These cedar doors incorporate bark from...

1101

1101


Massachusetts

FBN Construction of Framingham Massachusetts. Designed by the architect. These R9 rated insulated doors were built with true divided light using a "restoration" pattern to simulate distorted antique glazing with storm windows inside. You can see this classic carriage house with overhead doors, true divided light windows and a curved header...

1141

1141


Vermont

These doors designed by the builder, executed by MCDV. When a home has the garage attached to the main building, keeping the overall look of the entire property consistent is critical. Our doors certainly help keep this clean yet rustic look uniform throughout.

1235

1235


Vermont

J & M construction of Springfield Vermont. A high insulation rating of R 18 – 20, with custom 33" glass sections. A total of six doors installed: four on the barn, two on the house garage. These doors have several unique features: High Insulation, Custom Glass, Low head room... and...

1239

1239


Massachusetts

  Owner/Architect design. Doors to match rest of building.  Sometimes, there is no beating the beauty of natural wood. These doors not only match the garage, but the rest of the property as well with their natural look. Nice project. 

1432

1432


Vermont

Some doors are meant to stand out, but these doors fit in so well you can hardly imagine this garage without them.  Cedar turned rough side out provides the finish.  A nice big garage.

1456

1456


Massachusetts

Nice job for contractor's own home. Arched windows can often give a classic design like this that added something special.

1471

1471


Maine

These are R20 doors. Beautiful craftsman style home and we plan to update these with images after the home was finished as these were taken on instillation. A popular design and use of windows helps complete the look and feel of this new home.

1478

1478


Massachusetts

This was the first door with Simulated Divided Light (SDL) for our custom window sections on this R16 door. This was a remodel where we took out solid insulated doors, as seen in the collage below. A special feature on these doors that replaced solid insulated doors are the Simulated...

1489

1489


Vermont

R20, with a 3" track and low headroom. Along with Job #1672, this is a copy of #1058, the original design. It is a very popular design. These doors have everything. Low head room, false hinges, one of our popular designs, high insulation and a satisfied customer.

1492

1492


Connecticut

Stain worked very well, you couldn't tell the difference between the two woods when we were finished. Very great family to work with. Matching the look of the building often can be the key to making our doors work and when it does it looks great.

1497

1497


Vermont

Had to use 2" track because of the thin centerpost. The centerpost in this garage was barely big enough to allow room for the track for both doors. At Moulton Custom Door we believe any job can be done. 

1532

1532


Vermont

When we met, the customer had been in the home for three years and had never put doors on because she wanted doors that matched the barn. Her architect approved the drawings and we went ahead to do the doors. Garage doors can be simple or elegant, and often...

1548

1548


Vermont

Our first job with Northern Builders and the first use by Moulton Custom Door of the powder coated track and hardware. It was this job where we decided to offer powder coating on all our projects. It's a very nice touch. As seen in the photo above, the smallest...

1560

1560


Massachusetts

The door design is a copy of another manufacturer's door but with a much higher R value, a R16. As you can see in the photo above, themes in a home can also translate to the doors. For instance, the windows in these doors mirror the windows in the...

1566

1566


Massachusetts

The design on this door was fairly simple but really popped thanks to the Western Red Cedar. The natural colors and variations lended to make it very distinct. The natural look of materials often lends itself to a design that cannot be repeated. This door is as individual as the...

1584

1584


Vermont

Customer wanted transoms over the door, but there was not enough head room above the door.  So we put false transom in the garage door itself. The customer was very pleased. Want the look of transom lighting but don't have the space? Easily done when we put the lights right...

1591

1591


Vermont

I really like using Barn Board. We were supplied enough to include weather seal, grills and back stops on the custom window sections. These ended up being R20 doors. These doors are among our favorites - the Barn Board doors add a truely individual and rustic look to this beautiful...

1599

1599


Vermont

This was a really nice remodel. We took out the previous standard wood panel doors and put in these R9 doors. This remodel project took a step forward with these beautiful barn style doors.

1647

1647


New York

One of my favorite jobs. Owner designed the appearance of these doors and and stained them. These folks shopped for a year to try and find this door in a high enough R value. We finally provided the R20 door they were looking for, a high insulated custom door. After...

1672

1672


Maine

Very nice people to work for. These doors were installed in time for their daughter's wedding reception. The inside in our high gloss white made for a great movie screen.This stylish camp was made even more so with the addition of these doors stained to match the theme of...

1680

1680


New York

This was an R16 project. Very nice new barn. Once again, we incorporated the transom lighting into the door itself. As seen in the photo above, the false transom windows in this door make the entire look of the building, adding a very stylish look as well.

1718

1718


New Hampshire

This was an addition to the garage in which we had to match two existing doors from another company. This carriage house underwent some changes, but the owners didn't want to change the look of their doors. So we went ahead and matched the ones already there. Hard to tell...

1727

1727


Vermont

Really quite pleased with this project. Designed by Moulton Custom Door. Set a new record for low headroom installation: approximately 5". A barn style door on an old farm house, with not only a custom design, but false hinges and hardware replaced a solid white door.   

1732

1732


New Hampshire

The door was unavilable in a high R, which is why we got the job to build it in an R20. Built as stain grade finish by others. The garage was heated which was one reason they wanted to have a high R value. Higher insulation in a door...

1747

1747


Vermont

Doors delivered in primer. Glass is thermopane to cut down on condensation on these R6 doors. Not all the doors on this new building have windows, but the design repeats through both the doors with glass and without. Old or new construction, every building deserves to put its best face...