700 Series



The HAAS 700 Series garage doors are 1-3/4″ thick. The R-Value for this product is 16.18. Rigid vinyl extrusions with positive thermal breaks are used to eliminate metal-to-metal contact, which limits the transfer of temperature. Tongue-and-groove construction and section joint seals at meeting rails provide optimum water and wind resistance.

A full-length, one-piece vinyl astragal retainer and flexible vinyl U-shaped weatherstrip prevents infiltration of air, rain, snow, and debris. The seal fits to irregular or unlevel floors and reduces impact shocks when the door is closed against concrete flooring.


All Haas doors are built strong. The high-density CFC-free polyurethane foam expands and adheres to the interior and exterior steel panels to provide a rigid unitized structure.

Our doors are reinforced with roll-formed galvanized steel struts and double-end hinges, as required to meet all local windload specifications.

1. Section Joint Seal
2. Thermal Break
3. Tongue-and-Groove Construction
4. Polyurethane Insulation
5. Nominal 18-Gauge Interior Plate for Hinge Attachment
6. U-Shaped Astragal


Haas Door’s paint thickness is one of the highest in the industry. Our three-tier, corrosion-resistant protective paint system is designed to resist even the most hostile weather conditions. Most of the 600 SERIES models are available in 10 colors.

The protective layers found on both the interior and exterior are:

1. Injected Polyurethane Foam
2. Steel
3. Galvanizing
4. Epoxy Primer
5. Polyester Finish Coat


The track is 2 or 3″ galvanized steel, depending on door size, with bracket mount for wood jambs or continuous reverse mounting for steel jambs. For angle-mount track, door widths are 2″ wider than opening. Track rollers are 2 or 3″ case-hardened inner and outer steel races with 10-ball, prelubricated bearings. Hinges, brackets, and reinforced struts are hot-dipped galvanized steel, and fasteners are plated for maximum corrosion resistance.

Counterbalancing springs are torsion type, computer calibrated to match door load. This provides a 10,000 cycle life at the minimum; optional spring wires can achieve 25,000, 50,000, and 100,000 cycle requirements. Springs are wound from oil-tempered wire and mounted on a continuous cross header tube or solid shaft, as determined by torque load.



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