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The Wessex Garage Doors blog provides everything you need when looking for advice and information on garage doors. From advice on maintaining and repairing your garage to articles on the benefits of different types of garage doors and more, the Wessex Garage Doors blog has everything you need when looking for a new garage door or garage door repairs. Take a look at the blog today for more information.

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6 reasons why a new garage door is a great home investment

Replacing your garage door can help keep your home secure, improve the look of your home from the outside and can even save you money in the long run on heating and energy bills. These are just some of the ways that swapping out your old garage door for a new one is a great […] The post 6 reasons why a new garage door is a great home investment appeared first on Wessex Garage...

White Steel Up and Over Garage Door

Replacing your garage door can help keep your home secure, improve the look of your home from the outside and can even save you money in the long run on heating and energy bills. These are just some of the ways that swapping out your old garage door for a new one is a great home investment. Keep reading to find out more reasons you should be thinking of getting an upgrade.

Make your house look even nicer

If you’re looking to sell your home, then you’ll know that keeping up appearances can be important in a competitive property market. If you’re garage door is a bit old, getting a new one can be an easy way of improving the curb appeal of your home. There are many types of garage doors available to help make your house even more eye-catching to a potential buyer.

Increase your property value

A new garage door can be fantastic way to add value to your home. Fitting a new, automated garage door or getting a nice new door from a leading manufacturer can give your home a new and modern look, which helps to up the price of your home. A professional can also get a new garage door installed for you quickly and efficiently, giving you more time to focus on other projects to improve the value of your home.

Get a good return on investment

Even if you’re not planning to sell your home straight away, a new garage door is still a good long-term investment. New garage doors have been shown to typically retain their value. They can also save you and future buyers money on energy costs and more.

Save money on heating

Energy bills can be expensive, but a new garage door can help reduce those costs and save you money in the long run. Garage doors can be the biggest opening to your home, meaning that a lot of hot and cold air could escape. Getting a new, modern, energy-efficient garage door installed can improve the overall insulation and reduce heating costs.

Lower maintenance costs

Older garage doors can be harder to maintain and get worn out with age. A new, modern garage door made from stronger materials can last for much longer before needing to be replaced again. This can also help with your potential return on investment.

Improve security

Unfortunately, older garage doors are less secure and can be an easy target for potential break-ins. New garage doors from reputable manufacturers are typically more secure, lock easier and can be integrated into automatic security systems.

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Team Christmas Outing To The Races

This was our forth year at Lingfield Park Racecourse celebrating Christmas with team members from the Surrey branch of The Corporate Door Company. No big winners this year but a great day out. The team at Lingfield Park were fantastic and really looked after us – thank you!     The post Team Christmas Outing To The Races appeared first on Wessex Garage...

This was our forth year at Lingfield Park Racecourse celebrating Christmas with team members from the Surrey branch of The Corporate Door Company.

No big winners this year but a great day out.

The team at Lingfield Park were fantastic and really looked after us – thank you!

 

 

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The pros and cons of common garage door materials

Whether you’re planning to put your home on the market in the new year or simply want to give your property a facelift, redesigning your garage presents you with a huge array of options. At Wessex Garage Doors, we understand that deciding on the right colour, style and material for your home can be a […] The post The pros and cons of common garage door materials appeared first on Wessex Garage...

Wooden garage doors

Whether you’re planning to put your home on the market in the new year or simply want to give your property a facelift, redesigning your garage presents you with a huge array of options. At Wessex Garage Doors, we understand that deciding on the right colour, style and material for your home can be a challenge and are more than happy to help you get it right.

The construction of your door is usually the biggest dilemma, particularly as it has an impact on the styles and colours that are then available. Here’s our quick list of pros and cons for the most popular types of garage door on the market.

Steel Garage Doors

White Steel Up and Over Garage Door

Steel garage doors offer both strength and style at an affordable price. The versatility of steel doors means that there are styles, sizes and colours to suit all kinds of property, whether you own a contemporary townhouse in the city centre or a Victorian semi in the suburbs.

A drawback of steel is that it’s not a good insulator – however we offer a few ways in which this can be addressed at a cost-effective price if you’re worried about your home getting cold. Steel is also vulnerable to dents and will corrode if not properly taken care of.

Aluminium Garage Doors

Aluminium is often chosen as a lightweight alternative to steel. It isn’t quite as durable as steel (and will be easier to dent with rogue footballs and even in bad weather), but is more naturally resistant to corrosion. It’s a low-cost option that is a good choice for homes exposed to salty sea-air or if you need a quick garage door replacement that doesn’t need to last a very long time.

Wooden Garage Doors

Timber Garage Doors

Wood garage doors are known for their luxurious finish that makes any property look elegant and welcoming. The wide range of styles means that you can always find a design that suits the architecture and aesthetic of your home, boosting its curb-appeal and value at once.

Not only do wooden doors look great, but they’re very strong and have relatively good insulative properties. This is particularly important for garages that are attached to (and have access into) the main house, keeping your property secure and heating bills low.

The main drawback of wooden garage doors is that they do require some maintenance. The natural expansion and contraction of the material means that bolts may need to be routinely checked and tightened and there is a risk of the wood splitting or rotting if not properly treated. Regular painting and sealing are recommended.

GRP Garage Doors

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Garage doors made from glass-reinforced polyester (also known as fibreglass garage doors) are known for being lightweight and easy to maintain. They’re highly resistant to rust, withstand minor bumps and scrapes, and you won’t need to worry about them splitting. GRP comes in a vast range of colours, and some homeowners choose to paint their doors to change the look after a few years.

However, major impacts will still compromise the security of the door and GRP is not recommended for extremely low temperatures, which can cause the material to become brittle.

Vinyl Garage Doors

The main benefits of vinyl garage doors are that they are very low-maintenance and highly customisable, available in all kinds of colours, including wood-effect. They do not require any special sealing or repainting – just an occasional wash with warm water or a power-washer – and they are generally difficult to dent or scuff.

You cannot paint or stain vinyl, so you will need to choose the colour carefully if you like to update the front of your home often. Vinyl also doesn’t offer great insulation, so a specific insulative model will need to be chosen if you want to keep your garage a constant temperature.

For more information about the door types we have available and to get a specific recommendation for your property, give us a call. We’re always happy to answer your questions and can provide any additional information you need about the doors in our range.

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Remembering All Our Heroes

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Latest Project – Carteck Insulated Sectional

Here we have installed a Carteck insulated garage door in a wood effect colour called ‘Night Oak’. Carteck GSW-40 sectional garage doors have 40mm thick insulated panels, constructed of an outer and inner steel skin separated by a foam filled core, ideal for thermal and acoustic applications. This steel panel construction gives the sectional door […] The post Latest Project – Carteck Insulated Sectional appeared first on Wessex Garage...

Here we have installed a Carteck insulated garage door in a wood effect colour called ‘Night Oak’.

Carteck GSW-40 sectional garage doors have 40mm thick insulated panels, constructed of an outer and inner steel skin separated by a foam filled core, ideal for thermal and acoustic applications. This steel panel construction gives the sectional door tremendous rigidity and strength, these properties combine to give you probably the best security solution in domestic garage doors.

The strength of the sectional door panel itself is augmented by the lifting gear which utilises the fact that the door operates in sections that have at least 10 rollers holding the sections firmly within the track system when the door is locked securely behind the 2 point manual locking mechanism.

When the door is closed it is a fantastic barrier to sound, wind, rain and the cold and also makes for a very secure garage door capable of resistance to attempted forced attacks.

The Carteck sectional door is a perfect solution for larger garage openings, right up to a massive 8500mm wide!

 


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Silvelox Duo – Sectional Garage Door

We have recently installed these bespoke garage doors manufactured by Silvelox. An architect’s dream, when they have a client with a ‘bespoke’ type budget, these garage doors come in a range of models in wood or metal. These particular doors are their Securlap ‘Duo’ model manufactured in Okoume timber in Anthracite Grey (RAL 7016) Securlap […] The post Silvelox Duo – Sectional Garage Door appeared first on Wessex Garage...

We have recently installed these bespoke garage doors manufactured by Silvelox.

An architect’s dream, when they have a client with a ‘bespoke’ type budget, these garage doors come in a range of models in wood or metal.

These particular doors are their Securlap ‘Duo’ model manufactured in Okoume timber in Anthracite Grey (RAL 7016)

Securlap by Silvelox  is the only sectional garage door without ceiling tracks or springs.  It has a double counterweight mechanism and the operator embedded in the head-bar.  It is the ideal product to enhance the garage and allows space optimisation due to reduced internal dimensions.

The Duo is manufactured with an anti-entrapment safety device patented by Silvelox.

All Silvelox products are Made in Italy – they embody quality, design and technology.

 


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