What are the Garaga garage door colours that correspond to Gentek colours (siding and windows)?


Here are the new corresponding Garaga colours:

For H-Tech, Top Tech, G-1000, G-2000, G-3000/3005 models:


GARAGA Colours
Comparable to GENTEK or RESIDENTIAL (Canada)
White
Corresponds to RESIDENTIAL White SG # 110
Nordic
Similar to GENTEK Ice White # 429
Similar to RESIDENTIAL White LG # 801
Ivory
Similar to GENTEK Maize # 502 or
similar to RESIDENTIAL Ivory # 302
Grey
Nothing comparable. Mainly used in commercial doors.
Universal Brown
Corresponds to RESIDENTIAL Universal Brown # 331
Terra Brown
Corresponds to GENTEK Commercial Brown # 562
Tundra
Corresponds to GENTEK Pebble # 559
Savana
Corresponds to GENTEK Wicker # 538
Heron Blue
Corresponds to RESIDENTIAL Heron Blue # 54
TEX White
(Top Tech / G-2000)
Similar to GENTEK Ice White # 429 and
similar to RESIDENTIAL White LG # 801


For Cambridge, Eastman, North Hatley, Stratton 138, Standard +, Acadia 138, Alterna Series, G-5000, G-7000, G-8000 models:

GARAGA Colours
Comparable to GENTEK or RESIDENTIAL (Canada)
Ice White
Close to GENTEK Ice White # 429
close to RESIDENTIAL White LG-801
Metro Brown
Only for Alterna Series.
No correspondence with Gentek or Residential
Moka Brown
Corresponds to GENTEK Commercial Brown # 562
Claystone
Corresponds to RESIDENTIAL Royal Clay # 913
Close to GENTEK Pebble # 559
Desert Sand
The closest match is with GENTEK Almond # 532
Dark Sand
Corresponds to GENTEK Sable # 547
Charcoal
Corresponds to GENTEK Slate # 598
Evergreen
Corresponds to GENTEK Bonneville Green # 523
American Walnut
No correspondence with Gentek or Residential
Black
Corresponds to GENTEK Black # 525
Silver
No correspondence with Gentek or Residential


IMPORTANT NOTE: Please keep in mind that paint reacts differently depending on the surface being painted, for instance aluminum or steel. In addition, our baked-on polyester semi-gloss paint finish and especially the wood grain effect (alum = rustic, steel = light) can create an illusion. You should therefore expect a slight difference in the shade of colour.




 

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