Residential Overhead Garage Doors in Indiana


Whether your home style is traditional or contemporary, Martin Overhead Door provides a wide selection of residential overhead garage doors (including Clopay, Haas,and doorLink) and and door openers PLUS the installation and service you deserve. Beyond style, Martin Overhead Door carries high-quality, insulated garage doors that, in addition to energy savings, are operationally quieter while blocking exterior noise. Check out our top sellers here.

30+ Years Installing & Servicing Residential Overhead Garage Doors

With more than 30 years experience installing and servicing residential overhead garage doors in southeastern Indiana and northwest Cincinnati, Martin Overhead Door is a family owned business dedicated to serving customers with integrity and respect. Our service technicians make a point to be on-time, courteous and professional. Prompt, professional service at an honest price garner both high praise and google reviews as well as returning customers and referrals. Knowing the family name is on our vehicles and on the front door ensures we treat our customers with the respect and care with which we’d treat our family and friends.

Residential Overhead Garage Doors FAQs

Garage doors come in various types, including sectional, rollup, slide to the side, swingout, and side hinged.

Garage doors are typically made from steel, wood, or aluminum. The most durable materials for residential doors are steel and aluminum.

  • Strength: Steel garage doors are incredibly strong and can withstand significant impacts and harsh weather conditions.
  • Longevity: They have a long lifespan and, when properly maintained, can last for decades.
  • Security: Steel offers excellent security, providing a barrier against potential break-ins.
  • Versatility: Steel doors can be designed to resemble other materials, such as wood, while retaining the durability of steel.
  • Low maintenance: Steel doors require minimal upkeep and can be painted or coated for added protection.
  • Lightweight: Aluminum garage doors are lighter than steel, reducing strain on the garage door opener and other components.
  • Resistance to corrosion: Aluminum is naturally resistant to rust and corrosion, making it ideal for humid environments.
  • Low maintenance: Like steel, aluminum requires minimal maintenance and is easy to clean.
  • Modern: Aluminum doors have a modern look.

The lifespan of a garage door depends on the material and usage, but a well-maintained door can last around 15-30 years.

Regular maintenance, including lubrication, cleaning, and inspection of components, should be performed every few months. Additionally, professional servicing is recommended annually.

Safety features include reversing mechanisms, photo-eye sensors, and emergency manual release. These features help prevent accidents and injuries.

Cost varies based on the type, material, size, and features, but a new garage door can usually range from $1100 to $4500 or more.