If you are looking for a garage door that resembles wood (but isn't wood) and looks great, you may want to consider a fiberglass garage door. While this garage door type is not hugely popular, there are still those who prefer this door type. For instance, people living near the ocean often opt for fiberglass garage doors because the fiberglass resists salt-air corrosion.
Fiberglass garage doors are constructed with aluminum frames and fiberglass panels. The panels are lightweight, and the door ends up at about the same weight as an aluminum door. Some of the disadvantages are that they break easily in cold weather, they yellow with age and are poor insulators (compared to other garage door materials).
For those wondering about cost, fiberglass garage doors are less expensive than steel ones and a good-quality, average-sized fiberglass garage door can be purchased for under $300.00.
If you are considering a fiberglass garage door, then check into one of the best fiberglass garage door manufacturers, Wayne-Dalton. Just a few years ago, Wayne-Dalton launched its new line of fiberglass stained garage doors which look a lot like real wood. These doors do not crack, warp or rot like real wood and they also do not dent as easily as some steel garage doors.