Garador offer an extensive range of up and over garage doors, with materials such as steel, GRP and timber.
There are more than 50 different styles to choose from, as well as numerous colour options. However, choosing a colour and style of garage door isn’t difficult, with Garador’s Visualise Your Door tool.
Free to use on the Garador website, it gives anyone the opportunity to see what their choice of garage door will look like on their house.
Quick and easy to use, you simply upload and image and then pick the door model and colour you’d like – simple as that.
Neil Discombe, Garador’s MD, commented: “The visualise your door tool is incredibly easy to use – you upload an image, choose the door and then review it. It’s a great way to see what you garage door will look like before you order it.”
The Visualise Your Door tool lets you see what each of Garador’s garage doors look like, including the Up & Over, Sectional, Roller and Side Hinged garagedoors.
Furthermore, there are 18 standard colours to choose from on Up & Over and Sectional garage doors and if you want a really unique colour not available in the standard colour range, for sectional garage doors, you can pick any RAL colour.
Visit www.garador.co.uk to find out more about the range of garage doors and to try the Visualise Your Door tool.
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