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For years, garage doors were viewed as a practical solution to hide away the car and other storage items. Nowadays, when every inch of a house is used for multiple purposes, garage doors still need to be functional - but they also need to be highly secure and stylish.
Whether you want to use your garage as a place for storing bikes, hiding garden tools, as a hobby space or a home gym; our garage doors are fit for a range of purposes.
If you lose heat through your garage and are suffer from noise pollution, why not consider installing one of our insulated garage doors? Not only do they offer excellent results on heat and noise insulation, they also come with a ten-year colour and two-year parts guarantee.
Unlike clumsy garage doors that swing outwards, insulated garage doors open vertically to maximise the amount of useable space inside.
Because all of our garage doors come with built-in technology that will prevent any nasty accidents when opening and closing, you can be certain that the space is user friendly for all ages. Designed with pinch-resistant panels for safety and smooth functionality, the panel joints used will actually push fingers or obstructions clear of closing joints.
We can also fit our garage doors with an electric operator, so you can open and close them from the comfort of your car. With the press of a button your garage door will open and a bright welcoming light will come - letting you drive in warm, dry and safe.
To find out more, fill in an call-back form and arrange for one of our experts to carry out a complimentary design survey at your home. Discover a garage door that's perfect for your property, call 0800 181888 and ask for a free no-obligation quote today!
The types of garage doors we sell
At EYG, we only supply and fit the highest quality garage doors. With a wide range available, all you have to do is choose the garage door style and colour which is best suited to your home.
Roller garage doors: With a vertical opening and closing mechanism, this garage door is perfect for confined spaces because it allows a vehicle to be parked right up to it on the inside or out.
Up and over garage doors: The most traditional style on the garage doors UK market, these can be made in a variety of materials. Quick to install and easy to operate, they remain popular with home owners who use their garage mainly for storage purposes.
Sectional Garage Doors: Perfect for large open spaces up to eight metres wide, these garage doors are great value for money and can maximise the amount of space available to drive through.
Electric garage doors: Whether you want to park your car without getting out or no longer want to manually operate your door, opening the garage at the touch of a button makes life so much easier. These can also be fitted with internal lights to make finding your way simpler on dark winter nights.
Insulated garage doors: Practical and stylish, these garage doors are ideal if the space is being used for multiple purposes other than parking a car as it keeps the temperature regulated all year round.
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When it comes to choosing and buying a new garage door, we know it is something you're likely to do too often. That is why our home improvement experts are on hand to guide you through the whole process, from choosing which design and opening style is best for your needs right through to the maintenance and after care required. To discuss your requirements or get a free no-obligation quote, call 0800 181888 or book a home consultation online today.
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