Awards & Credentials
Overhead Door Company of Evansville™ is proud to be affiliated with some of the industry’s leading organizations and associations.
International Door Association (IDA)
The International Door Association primary mission is to provide programs and services to door and access system dealers, for the express purpose of enhancing their value and professionalism. IDA plays an important role in the process of quality creation and control by providing helpful programs and services to those who sell, install, and service the superb products produced by the door industry's exhaustive list of manufacturers.
Institute of Door Dealer Education and Accreditation (IDEA) Accredited
Accreditation by IDEA is intended to assist the general public in the selection of a qualified, professional door systems dealer when purchasing, servicing, or installing an overhead door, automatic gate operator, fire door and other industry products. Companies earning the Accreditation seal have demonstrated a commitment to industry excellence by completing a demanding study course, documenting good business practices and receiving recommendations from others with whom they do business.
Builder Magazine, Brand Use Study
Overhead Door has been recognized by Builder magazine's annual Brand Use Study as the highest ranked garage door brand in the industry. Overhead Door ranked first in brand familiarity, most often used brand, and received the highest rating for quality.
Better Business Bureau (BBB)
BBB maintains Business Reviews on more than 4.5 million businesses and rates them based on complaint histories, responsiveness to customers, licensing, legal and government action, and other factors. View our profile.
Women's Choice Award
For the 10th consecutive year, Overhead Door, a trusted manufacturer of reliable, high-quality doors and openers for residential, commercial and industrial applications, has earned the Women’s Choice Award® by WomenCertified® for ‘America’s Most Recommended Garage Door Brand’— an honor based on customer ratings and a national survey distributed to up to 200,000 women.