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Manorville Garage Door Company, Above & Beyond Garage Doors is a fully licensed and insured, garage door service company based on Long Island, New York. Residents of Manorville have been putting their trust in this business for over 15 years. These professionals are expertly trained in a wide variety of garage door styles, brands, and systems. This is to be sure that you are provided with the best service possible. Whether you are in need of garage door installation, replacement, repair, or even routine maintenance, there's nothing this team cant handle. Make an appointment at your convenience and receive a free estimate on all of your garage door needs. Fair prices, excellent customer service, and quality work are guaranteed. A 24 hour line is available in the event of emergencies, and trucks arrive fully equipped for same day repairs.

Upgrading your Manorville home with a new garage door installation can increase your home's value and improve its curbside appeal. Repairing and maintaining an existing door and system will ensure the safety of you and your family. It will also secure your home and belongings. The pros at Above & Beyond Garage Doors also specialize in design. Custom window frames, modified hardware, unique colors, and elegant designs will make your home stand out from the rest while reflecting your personal aesthetics. Call Manorville Garage Door Company, Above & Beyond Garage Doors today and be on your way to a better home. 631-736-0369 and visit for more information.

The Technicians at Garage Door company Above & Beyond Garage Doors professionally install, repair, and service all kinds of residential and commercial doors throughout the area of Manorville, NY.

Manorville is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 14,314 at the 2010 census.

Manorville is served by the Eastport-South Manor Central School District and is mostly in the Town of Brookhaven, but its northeast corner is in the Town of Riverhead.

The hamlet of Manorville was a small farming community for many years. The area of the hamlet once laid within the huge tract of land known as Manor St. George, a land grant given to Col. William "Tangier" Smith in 1693 for recognition of his service as governor of Tangier in Morocco. In 1844, the Long Island Rail Road built a station called "St. George's Manor", which was situated off of Ryerson Avenue. However, Seth Raynor, the station agent who was a patriot during the American Revolutionary War, disliked the name due to its similarity to the British and their colonial dominance (St. George, the patron saint of England, is a symbol of the English monarchy), and decided to paint over the sign, leaving only the word "Manor". The hamlet changed its name to "Manorville" with the opening of its post office in 1907, but timetables and Long Island Rail Road documents retained the name "Manor" until 1907 or 1908.

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