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Cressy Door and Fireplace is an A+ rated garage door and fireplace company serving communities across the Pacific Northwest including Alaska, since 1952. Our showrooms are located in Seattle (Shoreline) and Kent Washington. We have a team of certified experts available Monday thru Friday, 7am - 4pm, to answer any and all questions in regards to garage doors and fireplaces.

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Cressy Door and Fireplace is committed to providing our NW neighbors Best-In-Class-Service. We are your trusted advisor for all questions related to sales, installation and service of your garage doors, commercial doors and fireplaces. As the local subject matter experts, we stay in touch, listen and find the best solutions. We are approachable and available. We’ll be there when you call.

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Carriage House Style Garage Doors by Northwest Door

There’s nothing like the look and feel of traditional carriage house garage doors. They’re elegant, artisanal, and give any home superb curb appeal. At Cressy Door and Fireplace we highlight several manufacturers who are simply the best when it comes to garage door construction. One of our favorites is a Northwest neighbor. Northwest Door has […]

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Garage Door Safety Tips

June is National Garage Door Safety month. And, at Cressy Door and Fireplace, it’s our mission to help keep you safe. Here are some tips from our friends at Garage Work Steel. Garage Door Safety Tips Preventative Maintenance Regularly inspect your garage door and mechanical parts. Do a visual check while your garage door is […]

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Thermal Break Design: Garage Door Insulation at Its Best!

In an independent laboratory test, Northwest Door’s Therma Tech™ II was tested against a competitor’s insulated door. The competitor’s door was typical of the industry standard for insulated garage door construction. Both doors were 2” thick, and used identical EPS insulation cores and identical steel skins front and back. The only difference was that the […]

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