1. Legal Compliance: Licensed contractors are required to meet state and local laws and regulations. Hiring an unlicensed contractor can leave you open to legal risks and liabilities.

  2. Quality of Work: Licensed contractors have the training and experience necessary to do quality work. They are knowledgeable about building codes and standards, and can ensure that your project meets those standards.

  3. Protection for Homeowners: Licensed contractors often carry liability insurance to protect themselves and their clients in case of accidents or property damage. This can give you peace of mind knowing that you’re protected in case something goes wrong.

  4. Warranty and Guarantees: Licensed contractors are often required to provide warranties or guarantees for their work, which means that if something goes wrong with the project, they will fix it at no additional cost to you.

  5. Professionalism: Licensed contractors are held to a higher standard of professionalism than unlicensed contractors. They are more likely to communicate clearly, show up on time, and complete the project within the agreed-upon timeframe.

Overall, hiring a licensed contractor can help ensure that your project is completed to a high standard, is legally compliant, and that you are protected in case of any issues or problems.

The main benefit of an insulated garage door versus a non-insulated garage door is improved energy efficiency. An insulated garage door is designed with a layer of insulation material, such as polyurethane or polystyrene, which helps to prevent heat transfer between the interior and exterior of the garage.

In colder climates, an insulated garage door can help to keep the garage and any living spaces above it warmer, reducing the amount of heat loss and energy needed to keep the space heated. In warmer climates, an insulated garage door can help to keep the garage and any adjacent living spaces cooler, reducing the amount of energy needed to keep the space cooled.

Another benefit of an insulated garage door is improved sound insulation. The insulation layer can help to reduce noise transmission, making the garage and any living spaces above it quieter and more comfortable.

Insulated garage doors are generally more expensive than non-insulated doors, but the energy savings and increased comfort they provide can make them a worthwhile investment in the long run.

Imperial offers a wide variety of garage doors and gates. Most garage doors are made from steel and wood. We offer every single steel design within the garage door industry and can custom fabricate any wooden garage door design you’d like. We also offer shop drawings to better help you envision your garage door design.

We fabricate and install steel, wood, and vinyl fencing and gates. All gates and fencing are fabricated in-house and installed by our team of professionals. All of our gates are custom fabricated depending on the design you choose.

Powder coating is often considered to be a superior finishing option to traditional paint because of the following reasons:

  1. Durability: Powder coating creates a more durable finish than paint. It is more resistant to chipping, scratching, fading, and other types of wear and tear. This is because the powder is cured at a high temperature, creating a hard and dense coating that is more resistant to damage.

  2. Environmentally Friendly: Powder coating is more environmentally friendly than paint because it does not contain any volatile organic compounds (VOCs). VOCs are chemicals that can be harmful to the environment and to human health.

  3. Appearance: Powder coating produces a more consistent and uniform finish than paint. It also provides a wider range of colors and textures than paint, allowing for more creative and customized options.

  4. Cost-effective: Although powder coating is typically more expensive than paint upfront, it is more cost-effective in the long run. This is because powder-coated finishes last longer and require less maintenance and touch-up work than painted finishes.

  5. Efficiency: Powder coating is a faster and more efficient finishing process than painting. The process involves applying the powder with an electrostatic charge, which attracts it to the metal surface. This means that the powder can be applied more quickly and with less waste than paint.

Overall, powder coating is a more durable, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective finishing option than traditional paint

Yes, of course! We offer a 1 year warranty on parts and labor, on ALL of our garage door and gate projects. The garage doors and garage door operators themselves, have a seperate, additional warranty that comes from the manufacturer.