We supply and Install a wide range of Roller and Sectional Garage Doors in Perth made from materials such as Colorbond steel, Cedar, Timberlook panels and Aluminium. Our doors are not only superior, but are also affordable.
For a free, no pressure, no obligation measure and quote both North and South of the River call Dan on 0452 266 348 or email us, Not home during the day? We are happy to leave a Quote in your letterbox if you prefer.We offer a FREE VISUALISATION service – Simply email us a photo of the facade of your home and one or more of the style/colour choices you like and we will send you pictures of what the finished project will look like or visit our doors/parts shop at Aus Garage Door Parts, 4/516 Guildford Rd, Bayswater 6053 ( 7.30am Mon – Fri, 8.am -12.pm Sat)
Why choose our doors?
There are 3 different types of garage doors common in many Perth homes
Roller Doors – Roller doors roll up into a cylinder formation. They are often seen on Industrial units, older homes, and back of garage entrance points. They are generally very reliable and simple. They have corrugations to provide rigidity and can be automatic or manual. They are almost exclusively made from Colorbond STeel. The downside of a roller door is that it requires a lot of headroom so drive in garage height can be reduced substantially by fitting a roller door unless over 400mm of headroom is available.
Tilt Doors – Tilt doors are one large piece that swings outwards and upwards. They were popular in the 1990’s and early 2000’s and are common in Perth homes of that era. They were constructed mostly out of Colorbond Steel or fibreglass. Tilt doors are not widely manufactured anymore and are only used where certain conditions prohibit either a roller or sectional door from being installed. Some common complaints regarding tilt doors are that you can’t park your vehicle too close in front of them as they swing outwards, replacement power arms are very expensive, they place a much higher load on the automatic opener as opposed to a sectional door and broken torsion springs can be dangerous to property and people.
They have largely been made obsolete by the sectional door.
Sectional Doors – Sectional doors are made of 4,5 or even sometimes 6 horizontal panels joined together by hinges. The doors operate via the use of torsion springs which lift most of the weight of the door with the help of an automatic opener. Sectional doors have a series of rollers that run in both vertical and horizontal tracks. People often call them a roller door because they have rollers but this is not the correct terminology for this type of door. They can be manufactured from Colorbond Steel with a wide variety of colours, styles and even insulation options are available. Provided they are serviced regularly can last a very long time without any major issues. With the invention of Finger Safe Technology they are widely considered superior and safer than a tilt door.
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