Roller Doors | Overview
TiltAdor introduced the roller door to the UK and Irish markets in 1983 and has been manufacturing roller garage doors ever since. We continue our strong relationship with B&D Australia Pty Ltd who invented the Roll-A-Door in 1956. Our Roll-A-Door and RollOver ranges are the result of a combined 80+ years of R&D.
Our engineering experience and the added features that we include in our roller doors, ensure you are getting the best designed roller door in the market: it really does stand out from the competition. It may be “just a garage door” to you but look a little closer and you’ll see the difference is in the detail.
Our roller doors are installed behind the opening, maximising the drive-through width and height of your garage. As long as you have enough sideroom inside the garage, there’s usually no need for a timber frame as the strong aluminium or steel guides are fixed directly to the brickwork.
Simply push the door up and pull down again. The door rolls vertically upwards and rolls easily up and down behind the head of the garage opening. This gives you more clearance at each side as you drive in and out of the garage which is particularly beneficial for larger cars, 4x4s, vans, caravans and off-road vehicles. After all, we all know who expensive wing mirrors can be!
How’s it made?
Made of galvanised steel with a Plastisol PVC based coating or laminate finish, TiltAdor’s roller garage doors are great value for money and virtually maintenance free.
Unlike most other manufacturers, TiltAdor uses a press brake to form the ribbed curtain of the door.
The deep pressed squareline profile gives extra strength, rigidity and an improved stylish appearance.
It reduces the deflection (or waviness) in the door curtain which can be particularly noticeable in roller doors that are made using a traditional rollforming machine.
What size do they come in?
Every door is made-to-measure in our factory in Newtownards and, with a stylish ribbed design and choice of colours, is certain to enhance the appearance of your home.
We manufacture our roller doors to suit openings up to 12’ wide x 10’ high. For residential doors over this size take a look at our ThermAdor Residential insulated sectional door or, for industrial doors, check out our ThermAdor Industrial sectional door range.
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