Our team has over 25 years experience installing Roller Garage Doors in Winchfield and we can guarantee you’ll be happy with your roller door installation. The SeceuroGlide range looks stylish and provides excellent security and insulation. All models come with an impressive 5-year manufacturers warranty as standard for added peace of mind.
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Features of our Roller Garage Doors Winchfield
- Stylish roller door that’s built to withstand attacks
- Approved by Police and Insurance companies
- There are a wide range of colours and finishes available
- Roller Doors are great for preserving space in your garage
- Park closer to your garage and save space on your driveway thanks to the vertical opening curtain
Insulated Garage Doors in Winchfield
When thinking about your new roller garage door in Winchfield it’s important to think about what your garage is used for and how much insulation you need. A well-insulated garage will help you to keep your overall heating costs down and you’ll certainly notice your garage being warmer during the winter months.
Enjoy 7-Year Warranty As Standard
All our doors in the SeceuroGlide Roller Garage Door range now come with a comprehensive 7-year warranty as standard. SeceuroGlide are the only manufacturer to offer a guarantee like this in the UK, but when you realise how good their garage doors are its no surprise.
- All SeceuroGlide Roller Garage Doors are guaranteed against defect of material or workmanship by SWS UK, subject to correct installation, maintenance and operation, for a period of 5 years from the date of purchase.
- In addition, Rosewood, Mahogany and Golden Oak Textured Wood-grain finishes carry a limited 10 year guarantee.
- The Somfy Motor carries a 7-year guarantee.
Winchfield is a small village in the Hart District of Hampshire in the South-East of England (about 2 miles north-east of Odiham). Winchfield consists of a recently rebuilt village hall (in 1998), a church, a 17th Century inn called the Winchfield Inn and a combination of old and new residential properties. The parish council was formed in 1894, and since then, the village has continued to slowly expand, with newer properties constructed at Winchfield Hurst and near the Station.