Talking safety on roller doors with Garador

  • 15 May 2018

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Garador are renowned in the building trade for delivering quality and excellence in garage doors and they have produced a detailed blog article to help customers better understand the safety benefits of the GaraRoll roller door hood cover.

The GaraRoll range of roller doors are respected within the garage door market, featuring a full roller door hood cover at the head of the door opening; essentially a box which the roller door curtain rolls up into.

Roller garage doors need to be designed with the door’s safety as a vital consideration; however, many customers do not know what they are looking for when it comes to safety on some building products, especially if they are complicated.

Garador are confident this article will make the product and the safety legislation behind its design much clearer and more importantly, how it differs from other roller doors available on the market.

To find out more about GaraRoll roller garage doors, visit

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