Garage Doors

Garage Doors

Colorbond garage doors, Timber garage door colours & more. Explore the range of Garage Door colours.

Garage Openers

Automatic Garage Door Openers – high quality openers and good old fashion service at great prices.

Garage Door Remotes

Genuine garage remotes and gate remotes and compatible aftermarket remotes.

Garage Doors

Garage Doors has been delivering garage door solutions to Australian homes for over thirty Years. Every door is custom-designed and made for your home or shed. Garage Doors pride ourselves on providing only the highest quality service and certified professional knowledge of superior garage doors to guarantee the best quality job. The services Garage Door provide include panel replacements, panel door spring replacements, replacement locks, replacement remote controls, new sectional roller doors, accessories, replacement parts, sliding gate motors, and swing gate motors.

A garage door opens either manually or by an electric motor (a garage door opener). Garage doors are usually large enough to accommodate cars. Small garage doors may be made in a single panel that tilts up (tilt door) and back across the garage ceiling.

Larger garage doors are usually made in several jointed panels (panel door) that roll up on tracks across the garage ceiling – or can roll above the doorway. The operating mechanism is spring-loaded or counterbalanced to offset the weight of the door. This can reduce human or motor effort required to operate the door.

Less common are doors that can slide or swing horizontally. Garage doors are usually made of wood, metal, or fiberglass. They may be insulated to prevent heat loss. Garage doors can come in much larger versions to suit accommodation such as sheds, warehouses, bus or truck garages.

Whether your in need of immediate repairs to your garage door, gate or remote, or simply a fixing repair, contact us today to arrange a booking with one of our qualified business partners and let us sort your garage door needs.

Our garage door materials are all Australian made for homes, garages, sheds or factories, warehouses and commercial building. We have an amazing selection to offer and every job we do we give will be with years of experience.

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Garage Remotes

A garage remote control or clicker is a component of an electronic device used to operate the device from a distance, usually wirelessly. For example, in consumer electronics, a remote control can be used to operate devices such as a garage door from a short distance.

A garage remote control is primarily a convenience feature for the user, and can allow operation of devices that are out of convenient reach for direct operation of controls. In some cases, remote controls allow a person to operate a device that they otherwise would not be able to reach, as when a garage door opener is triggered from outside or when a Digital Light Processing projector that is mounted on a high ceiling is controlled by a person from the floor level.

How To Install A Garage Door

Garage door falling apart? If your garage door is more than 20 years old – simply consider replacing it. Newer garage doors are safer and easier to operate. Use these 10 Steps to install a new door on your garage.

Step 1
Releasing the Torsion Spring Tension

You’ll need to release the tension in the torsion spring before you begin working on the garage door. Start by clamping adjustable locking pliers onto the torsion spring shaft and wedging the pliers against the header wall above the door.

Step 2
Disconnecting the Existing Garage Opener and Door

After the tension has been released, disconnect the existing garage-door opener from the door. Begin removing the door panels. Start at the top panel, and remove the hinges connected to the panel below.

Step 3
Installing the Door Panels

Begin installing your new door. If you’re installing a two-car garage door, place a reinforcing bar on the top panel to prevent the door from bowing in the center. Be sure the bar is centered on the panel.

Step 4
Securing the Garage Hinges and Install the Track

From inside the garage, secure the top half of each hinge to the panel above.

Place the wheeled axles into the side hinges and the top and bottom axle supports. Begin installing the track by attaching brackets to the vertical track pieces.

Step 5
Attaching the Spring Assembly to the Track

Assemble the pieces to support the spring assembly, and attach them to the track. Check the instruction manual to make sure you’re installing the assembly in the correct place.

Step 6
Bolting the Tracks Together

Attach the horizontal track to the vertical track on the door. Don’t tighten the bolts firmly until you’re sure the door fits properly and lines up smoothly. Drill a hole through the horizontal track to line up with the vertical track.

Step 7
Installing the Door Springs

Locate the center of the opening, and mark it on the door header. You will attach the support for the spring there later. Attach the spring anchors to the springs – then attach the spring locking cone.

Step 8
Installing the Torsion Rod and Door Pulleys

Slide the torsion rod into the holes in the side header brackets. Make sure the rod is secure, then attach the pulleys to each end of the rod.

Step 9
Attaching the Door Cable

Bring the cable up from below, and attach it to the pulley wheel on both sides. Turn the wheel so the slack is pulled tight over the pulley from the garage door side. Slide the wheel to the header bracket, and tighten it securely.

Step 10
Tightening the Garage Door Springs

Use the steel rods to tighten the spring by reversing the loosening procedure you used on the old door. Check your owner’s manual to determine how many turns are required to tighten the spring. Look at the chalk line to confirm how many turns you’ve made.

For full instruction on how to install your garage door.