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    Garage door advice

    My single garage has the typical up and over door.
    Its ,It offers no security in reality.

    I'd like to get an insulated roller door.
    One that rolls up rather than the 3/4 segmented type.

    Any advice where to buy ?
    I could fit it myself so supply only ideally .

    Thanks

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    I think the design you have works better than rollers for insulating well on a comparatively insulated door. I got my insulated roller door from paramount in kingscourt if you want their more premium doors are sold via hangar. They use the same tech as kingspan insulated steel roof sheeting

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    Thanks,
    Now that you say it the up and over may not be a deal breaker as it will be closed 95% of the time in reality.
    I'll take a look at paramount.
    can I ask how much you paid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckfastMan View Post
    Thanks,
    Now that you say it the up and over may not be a deal breaker as it will be closed 95% of the time in reality.
    I'll take a look at paramount.
    can I ask how much you paid?
    Mine was a big commercial type door so different prices altogether

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    Try doortec in roscommon,they supplied insulated roller door.
    Good value and product.

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    I am selling a Doortec roller door at the moment. Unfortunately it is not insulated. Here is the link: https://www.donedeal.ie/doors-for-sa...-door/23366677

    BTW: Those up-and-over doors seem to have a habit of falling on people's heads.
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    Fitting a roller door or any garage door is a pretty specialised skill. If you have never done so before it might be best to get someone who does it every day. My door (a non insulated roller) only cost me €80 to fit.

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    I had a an up and over door. But now I've a segmented one that slides up and over. I prefer my old up and over one as it acted as a bit of an overhang so I could leave it open when it rained. But now I can't as the rain comes in.

    For security put bolts on the four corners of the inside of the door. Bit of a pain that you have to enter and leave from the back door but at least it will be secure.
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