With extraordinary colour shades it is possible to give your house and garage real kerb appeal. Teckentrup (Verl) has now introduced two new shades for garage doors with a metallic effect: a classy brown tone (TT 8014) and a tasteful anthracite tone (TT 9011). In total, the company offers more than 15 trend colours on four different surface structures for the CarTeck GSW 40 garage door series.
Bleak, monotonous building fronts are now a thing of the past. By adding a splash of colour and structure to garage doors you can really make an individual statement. These new trend colours by the Teckentrup door manufacturer from Verl now provide more scope for design. The exclusive colour shades TT 8014 and TT 9011 are particularly eye-catching. The colour shade TT703, an elegant grey, is also designed with micaceous iron ore particles. These particles create an attractive, metallic effect which gives the garage door an elegant sheen. Steel blue (RAL 5011) has also now been newly incorporated into the preferred colour guide.
And if this wide range palette of more than 15 trend colours is not enough, there is sure to be something for everyone's taste as Teckentrup doors are available in almost every RAL colour. This way you can adapt your garage door individually to the style of your home, whether it be a lively fire red, vibrant gentian blue or sharp moss green. Achromatic or neutral colours on the other hand are well suited for modern architecture. For this style of building, the door specialist has graded grey tones on offer. Various wooden decors can also create a rustic look.
So that clients can get straight into planning there is a CarTeck garage door configurator available. Here you can upload photos, select your desired model and experiment with different colours and surfaces to your heart's content.
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