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Jada Garage Doors & Co

Expert Garage Door Solutions for Every Home & Business Serving Bergen County, Rockland County, Westchester County and Surrounding Areas with Precision and Care.

Jada Garage Doors & Co

188 Wayne Ave
Suffern New York 10901
United States

(845) 499-9010

Business Description

Jada Garage Doors is based out of Rockland County servicing the local community as well as all parts of NJ and Westchester County. We are committed to superior customer service and offer a variety of services that include Installation & Repairs, as well as 24 hour emergency service. We stay up-to-date with the latest door designs and are always on top of things. Our doors are of high quality and priced competitively. Keep in mind.. a new garage door optimizes the aesthetic of your homes exterior and adds resale value. Give Jada Garage Doors a call today to see why we are the best garage door manufacturing company in Suffern, NY. We help customize your next garage door and provide you with the best installation service.

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MondayOpen 24 Hours
TuesdayOpen 24 Hours
WednesdayOpen 24 Hours
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FridayOpen 24 Hours
SundayOpen 24 Hours

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About Suffern

Suffern is a village that was incorporated in 1796 in the town of Ramapo in Rockland County, New York. Sitting adjacent to the town of Mahwah, New Jersey, Suffern is located 31 miles northwest of Manhattan. As of the 2020 census, Suffern's population was 11,402. == History == "The Point of the Mountains" or "Sidman's Clove" were names used before the American Revolution to designate the present village of Suffern. The area originally was inhabited by the Ramapough, a tribe of Munsee, who were a division of the Lenape tribe. Upon Sidman's death, this land passed into the hands of his son-in-law, John Smith, who sold it to John Suffern. The village of Suffern was founded in 1796. John Suffern, first Rockland County judge, 1798–1806, settled near the base of the Ramapo Mountains in 1773, and called the place New Antrim, after his home in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. His French Huguenot ancestors had settled there after fleeing religious persecution in France. New Antrim's location was considered strategically important in the Revolutionary War because it was at an important crossroads near Ramapo Pass.

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