Each profile is available in a selection of finishes as shown in the grid below.
All of our sectional garage doors are supplied as standard in traffic white embossed wood grain on the outside (similar to RAL9016) and grey white embossed stucco on the inside (RAL9002).
If the colour you require is not available as a Trend colour we are able to coat our standard panels in any RAL colour.
Our wood effect doors definitely look the part - characterful woodgraining brings these designs to life.
Our wide grain wood effect finishes are grained to give a much more natural look than close grain finishes. See right a close up of a standard ribbed door panel finished in Winchester.
Where doors are exposed to direct sunlight, dark colours should be avoided.
RAL references for colours are provided as a guide only to the nearest similar RAL colour. Colours will not match to other RAL finishes due to different coating processes, gloss levels, substrates and textures. Similarly, special RAL, BS or other colours will not be a precise match.
Colours shown are limited in accuracy by the viewing screen - samples should always be requested.
The mitred door leaf frame and door frame are finished in a matching smooth finish for white, Trend (including Anthracite Textured) and RAL coloured doors and a complimentary flat colour for Ice Crystal Grey Aluminium (RAL9007) Golden Oak (RAL8003), Rosewood (RAL8016), Night Oak (RAL8014) and Winchester (RAL8001) wood design finishes.
Cleaning On Installation
After the installation has been completed, clean and dry the door thoroughly inside and out with warm soapy water to remove any grease, dust and metal fragments from the door (these will discolour the door finish if left on the door).
The door should be washed with a car shampoo or similar, every two months, to prevent the build up of dirt, salt, grit and other corrosive substances.
If the door is in an area prone to coastal corrosion from airborne salts, the door should be cleaned monthly.
Furthermore, cleaning operating gear with a cloth soaked in a light oil will help to protect your door from corrosion – it must be accepted that salt air is very aggressive and extra care is required.
No caustic, abrasive or corrosive chemicals and substances, flood water, water runoff, or runoff from lead, copper or galvanic metal flashing should be allowed to come into contact with the door.
Ash, cement, dust, animal waste, or foreign substances should be removed immediately. Failure to ensure the door is cleaned and maintained as described will invalidate the doors’ warranty.
Doors must be maintained as per the supplied Installation, Operating and Maintenance Manual by a Garage Door Specialist.
Failure to carry out the required maintenance at the advised interval will invalidate the warranty.