Richards-Wilcox is an industry leader in garage doors
Richards-Wilcox‘s Landmark line of residential garage doors includes 10 signature models. These collections incorporate industry-leading strength, durability, energy efficiency and beauty.
The traditional Premium, Classic and Grandview collections feature up to nine panel styles, nine standard colours and four beautiful woodtone patterns. The luxurious Grandview features enlarges window on the top section.
The modern Premium and Classic Contemporary collections allows the homeowner to customize the door’s window placement. Your creativity is the limit.
The Carriage House models include Briarcrest and Echo Ridge. They both create an old-world feel. The Briarcrest collection features inlay inserts, while the Echo Ridge and Echo Ridge XL collections feature overlay inserts.
The Rockwood and Rockwood Contemporary door collections are real showstoppers. They feature customizable cedar overlay applied to the steel-insulated Landmark panel. Rockwood doors are the pinnacle of beauty.
Landmark is a step forward in garage door innovation. Every door in the line features Neufoam insulation. The higher density polyurethane insulation in a computer controlled continuous process provides uniform insulation, superior adhesion and excellent strength to the door panels.
To protect your home against the element Landmark offers the Weatherlock system, featuring exclusive section joint, dual-fin triple contact weather seal, and arctic grade bulb-shaped bottom seal with a dual contact aluminum retainer.
The patent pending TruBalance Drum System provides doors built with a heavy weighted glazed top section with up to 87 per cent better balance than industry standard.
When you choose Richards-Wilcox, you’ve chosen the best garage door you can buy, and they will back that up in writing with a lifetime warranty.
From parts to panels, RW doors are made in Canada. Richards-Wilcox has been a trailblazer in the polyurethane-insulated garage door industry. Incorporated in 1912, RW was the first company in Canada to introduce sectional overhead doors and establish nationwide distribution channels.