Frequently Asked Questions
DID YOU KNOW THAT A NEW GARAGE DOOR GIVES YOU AN 82% R.O.I. (Return on Investment)
DID YOU ALSO KNOW THAT A NEW GARAGE DOOR: Increases the Value of Your Home.
A NEW GARAGE DOOR: Gives Your Home Great Curb Appeal. If You are Selling Your Home, This is an Important Feature and Will Help You Sell Your Home More Quickly.
A NEW GARAGE DOOR: Adds Value to Your Investment AND Makes You Feel Good About Coming Home.
A NEW GARAGE DOOR: Saves You Money on Your Heating Bill.
A NEW GARAGE DOOR: Makes Your Home More Secure and Helps to Keep Your Family Safe.
We specialize in residential and commercial garage door sales, installation, and service. We install new garage doors from companies like Richards-Wilcox and General Doors. We proudly install Chamberlain Liftmaster garage door openers. Sterling Overhead Door offers Free Estimates and Free Removal and Disposal of your old garage doors.
In Massachusetts we service Worcester County and all of Central Mass including: Sterling, Auburn, Ayer, Barre, Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, Charlton, Clinton, Fitchburg, Harvard, Holden, Hopkinton, Hubbardston, Hudson, Lancaster, Leicester, Lunenberg, Leominster, Marlborough, Millbury, Northborough, Oxford, Princeton, Shrewsbury, Southborough, Stow, The Brookfields, Westborough, Westminster, and West Boylston.
If you do not see your town listed here, please call…we may be able to send someone to you, too.
In Central Massachusetts: 978-422-9987
Once your door is in stock, our representative will make an appointment for installation at your convenience. A team will install your door. When they are through, they will clean up thoroughly and your garage will be as it was when they arrived except for the addition of a beautiful new door.
Sterling Overhead Door will be able to tell you which warranty applies to the garage doors you select. We’ve been proudly installing garage doors all over Worcester County and central Massachusetts since 1999.
If you would like to call for a quick quote you will need some facts before you call. You will need to know the width and height of the opening and the measurement from the opening to the ceiling (this determines the type of track used to hold your door in place).