The SWS Seceuroglide Classic Roller Garage Door is manufactured from strong, twin-walled aluminium slats with an insulating core. These slats are secured together via a high-performance webbing, yielding smooth and quiet operation. Rarely affected by extreme temperatures, the top slat alongside a unique locking system provides great protection against potential forced entries and intruders. Available as an automatic or manual roller door, the Seceuroglide classic is suitable for most garages.
If you’re looking to automate or require a new garage door, we can supply & fit both; with doors & operators/booms/remotes in stock from brands like Hormann, Garador, Somfy and many others! Visit our automation page, book a free survey or call us on 0800 716 569 to find out more!
Available in 18 paint or wood effect finishes, there is a choice of over 40 woodgrain finishes allowing a precise match to your property’s appearance! It is fully customisable with vented slats (Allowing good air circulation), vision slats (Allowing natural light into your garage) to Power Coated End Plates or Boxes to fit the roller outside the garage, freeing up even more space.
Roller Garage Doors take up very little space inside your garage, however, can be fitted outside the garage for an even less intrusive fit without sacrificing security! Additionally, extras may be fitted ranging from lighting to alarms to allow further protection against intruders alongside its “unique locking system”.
With Seceuroglide Roller Garage Doors, you have a choice of 18 RAL or over 40 Woodgrain colours, with the option for a custom RAL colour should it be required.
Since its launch as the first roller garage door, it has reigned as the market leader with continuous development and innovation. The twin walled aluminium struts enclose an insulating core allowing great thermal insulation properties alongside its renowned security factor. It comes supplied with a single channel SeceuroSense receiver, 2 key fob transmitters, a bottom slat safety sensor as well as an internal manual override.
An SWS SeceuroGlide Compact Roller Garage Door in white, utilising a narrower aluminium slat system. This makes SeceuroGlide’s already excellent security available to smaller garages. Taking up just 8” of headroom, it can be fitted in front, behind or (height permitted) within the opening. This installation was fitted between the frame in Haywards Heath by our Croydon Branch.
It comes finished in one of 10 standard RAL colours, or from a choice of one of their 40 individual woodgrain finishes. There are also options for remote keypads, low level overrides, end plates and facias should they be required, making your dream garage door has never been easier.
An SWS SeceuroGlide Classic Roller Garage Door, finished in Anthracite. Maintaining its status as a market leader, the SeceuroGlide has received continuous development and innovation providing you with a secure yet space-saving design. They have a choice of 18 paint or wood effect finishes, whilst there are over 40 woodgrain finishes, it has never been easier to match your current home!
Being “engineered from the inside out”, the slat design proves beneficial in freeing up space but allowing easy maintenance and replacements due to damage. With all this in mind, the SeceuroGlide roller keeps your garage secure with a high-performance webbing (rarely affected by extreme temperatures) with a unique locking mechanism to resist attacks with its extruded top slat. Learn about the benefits of the SecueroGlide rollers.
This particular installation was cladded with 6” Anthracite PVC, featuring a low-level override whilst being secured by a Garage Defender and was fitted by our Watford Branch in Hampstead Heath.
An SWS SeceuroGlide Classic Roller Garage Door, with minimal space requirements due to its individual slat system it also offers unparalleled security through curtain, end plate and guide rail engineering. The SWS SeceuroGlide offers you the choice of addition ‘Vision Slats’ to allow natural light in, “Vented Slats” for improved air circulation as well as a “Remote Control Keypad” to allow an alternative, yet secure way of operating your door.
This SeceuroGlide Roller Garage Door was finished in anthracite. Fitted with a low-level override and reveals clad with 6” anthracite PVC for a tidy finish. It was installed by our Watford Branch in Hampstead Heath.
Insulated garage doors make a lot of sense in a time when we’re all preoccupied with ways to save energy and money. More and more people are utilising their garage space as an addition room to the house and this means ensuring the space is properly insulated. The increase in requests and sales of insulated garage doors has been growing in the last few years and it’s not hard to see why. Families looking for playroom areas, dads looking for workshops and students who need a space to be creative are finding the garage can be invaluable. With insulated garage doors, all these things are realistic options for homeowners.
It’s worth remembering garage door drafts have a large impact on heating bill losses of the entire property, that’s why we recommend draught excluders for garage doors to eliminate heat loss. Insulation helps you to save cash and also enables you to use the garage space in smart ways.
There are a large range of insulated garage doors available with different designs and features but they all share one important attribute – they are made to offer a very high level of security, which appeals to a lot of our customers.
SeceuroGlide is the original insulated roller garage door. SeceuroGlide roller shutter garage doors: insulated & made of twin-walled slats. Secured with unique locking roller shutter system. Since its launch as the first insulated roller garage door, SeceuroGlide has maintained its position as market leader through continuous development and innovation, it’s one of the most versatile options on the market.
There are a number of advantages of sectional doors: usability, reliability and safety, good sealing of opening and excellent thermal insulation. Sectional garage doors are the best-insulated doors for a residential type garage doors. With vertically rising style doors split into several sections, they are constructed in 20 or 42mm thick insulated steel panels, offering superb insulation and achieving excellent U values if installed behind the garage aperture.
Alutech sandwich panels are 45 mm thick. For the production of the panels, Alutech uses galvanized steel tape 0.4 mm thick with 16 μm zinc coating. The front side of the panel is coated with poly urethane modified by polyamide particles (PUR-PA) 20-25 μm thick. The panel is closed-circuit: the front and inner steel sheets are interconnected at the top and at the bottom of the panel, offering excellent thermal insulation. The new Trend Series of doors are economical and functional doors with a 40 mm thickness with fittings made of galvanized steel, which are optimally suited for regions with temperate and cold climates.
If you want to make your garage as insulated as possible, then look at the double skinned sectional doors with 40-45mm thick panels and make 100% sure the door is fitted completely behind the garage opening. We can provide a range of insulated doors, from roller doors to sectional door or traditional side hinged doors. If you have any garage door problems we can solve them.
Selecting a new garage door for your property is a big decision. Garage doors offer the opportunity to add value to your property in addition to improving the look and efficiently.
If you’re looking for a new garage door as your current on needs replacing due to old age or you want to refresh the look of your home; undoubtedly you will have looked a mores styles and types than you thought imaginable. We thought we’d try and make it easy for you, here are the most common and main garage door types.
Garage doors can be categorised into four main types; Up and over garage doors, roller garage doors, section garage doors and side hinge garage doors. The most popular and usually the most practical of these is the up and over, available in canopy or retractable. If you are looking for an up and over garage door and thinking about automation, a retractable geared garage door would be an ideal choice, providing smooth operation and very little maintenance. Automation of garage doors is becoming ever more popular – up & over retractable garage doors use automated lifting gear meaning you simply click ‘open’ on the handset and your garage door opens – making your life nice and easy for you!
A best seller, available in a choice of paint or wood finishes, roller garage doors can be matched to your existing paint work or double glazing to coordinate your homes look. Manufactured from tough aluminium slats with an insulated core, roller garage doors are stylish, space saving, secure and safe and ever growing in popularity.
If you want to maximise the space inside and out of your garage then a sectional garage door may be more suitable and said to be garage door installer’s ultimate garage door of choice. Available in a section of colours and designs with space-saving technology and heat insulation, sectional doors are both safe and robust whilst providing low-noise operation.
If you’re afters something more traditional a side hinged door would be ideal. If you have obstructions inside your garage limiting headroom, like many of using your garage is for storage, these garage doors open outwards. Side hinged garage doors are convenient and easy to use – they can be automated too!
Garage doors can also be defined by their material. Most doors are either aluminium or steel although timber and fibreglass doors are also available. Some materials lend themselves to custom painting while others come in predefined colour options. The material chosen can dramatically effect longevity and efficiency of the garage door, insulated garage doors boost thermal efficiency and often makes the garages a more useable space.
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