Garador has announced the introduction of a new garage door colour, Anthracite Metallic (Noir 2100 Sable). The new colour is ideal for self-builders and those seeking a garage door with a modern and attractive look.
Anthracite Metallic has pearlescent flecks blended into the dark grey paint, which is perfect for homes that have modern architectural designs and neutral colour palettes with timber cladding, whites, blacks and greys.
The GaraRoll is the ideal garage door for those with limited space inside the garage, as the door rolls up neatly into a box at the top of the door. It is also an electrically operated roller garage door and comes with 2 handsets to open and close the door, providing added convenience for homeowners. Furthermore, the door is advanced in its design and engineering, with force-limitation built into the operator to detect when there is an obstruction below the door and reverse, allowing the obstruction to be removed.
Click here to view the full range of roller garage doors, in a selection of colours.
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