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Picking a door can be a little overwhelming.

This is one decision that ultimately comes down to personal choice and budget. But here are a few things to consider.

Your garage door may account for up to 40% of the facade of your home. That’s huge! So making the right choice is important. Do you want a roller or sectional style? Timber finish or a colour to suit your existing facade? B&D can make this fun and simple for you.

Struggling to imagine what your chosen design will look like on your own house? Give the B&D Door Visualiser a go and you’ll get a better picture making it easier to decide on design and colour.


Or request a B&D To You and they’ll help.

Roll-A-Doors comprise of a ribbed steel curtain that moves vertically in the opening and rolls up and around the drum, guided by tracks and counterbalanced with springs.

They are particularly suitable for garages and sheds where there is plenty of headroom above the opening and where a traditional look is required.

Sectional Doors are made from a number of rigid sections/panels that are hinged together and move vertically in the opening, then horizontally along the ceiling, guided by tracks and counter-balanced with springs.
These doors offer the widest range of design option and are available in a range of colours, patterns and may also feature windows. Sectional doors can be made of various materials, but are most commonly made of steel.

Now that you know the basics on a Roll-A-Door vs Sectional Door, check out the entire design range available from B&D