Garage Door Installations around the Cambridgeshire Area

We supply and fit new garage doors to the trade, private customers, letting agents, local authorities, schools and colleges. We can also ‘supply only’ doors to site and to private addresses.

We offer a FREE, no obligation, no pressure advice and survey service. This will be from one of the business partners, who will be able to give a FIXED PRICE quotation on a new installation

Garage door installations you can rely on

  • All our fitters are experienced and employed by us, NOT sub contracted, so you can be assured of a quality installation by people who know what they are doing
  • Most installations are completed in a day
  • Our installation service includes supply, removal and disposal of the old door, installation, testing, customer training (if necessary) and cleaning up
  • We can also arrange free ‘Direct to Site’ delivery for DIY or trade installation
  • Where a timber frame is required we have it made to size by a joinery company, mortice and tenon jointed in redwood or hardwood
  • Matching steel frames are available, dependent upon structural dimensions

To learn more about any of the services that we can offer throughout Cambridgeshire, including the supply and installation of quality roller garage doors, aluminium, steel or timber doors, contact Cambridge Garage Doors today on 01223 440 544.

Up & Over and Side Hinged Steel Doors

Sectional Garage Doors

Aluminium Roller Garage Doors

Up & Over and Side Hinged Timber Doors

Canopy door installations

Advantages of a canopy door

  • Forms a canopy when door is open
  • No tracks hanging from ceiling
  • Full clear opening width
  • Easy to use manually

Disadvantages of a canopy door

  • More costly to motorise
Canopy doors are made in

  • Steel
  • Timber
  • Fibre glass
See what a Canopy Garage Door can provide for you:

Retractable garage door installations

Advantages of a retractable door

  • Robust operating system
  • Fully retracts when open
  • Can be easily equipped with electric operator, very smooth
    Disadvantages of a retractable Door
  • Arms protrude slightly into opening, reducing drive through width
  • Tracks hanging from ceiling
Retractable doors are made in

  • Steel
  • Timber
  • Fibre glass

See what a Retractable Garage Door can provide for you:

Sectional garage doors

Advantages of a sectional door

  • Door divided into 4 horizontal panels that rise vertically, so that vehicles can be parked directly in front of the door during opening – ideal for short drives and urban applications
  • Door can be insulated against cold and noise
  • Can be manual or automated
  • Work very smoothly and safely on electric operator
  • Seal better against weather then any other door type
  • Fit behind brick piers so provide full drive through width and height
Disadvantages of a sectional door

  • Tracking system hanging from ceiling
  • Needs more slightly more height behind lintel and side clearance than canopy or retractable doors

Sectional doors are made in

  • Steel
  • Timber

Roller garage doors

Are you looking for a garage door which will enable you to maximise useable space, both on your driveway and within your garage? A roller garage door could be the perfect solution. At Cambridge Garage Doors, we can supply and fit roller garage doors throughout Cambridge, and have helped hundreds of clients – both domestic and commercial – to purchase the doors that they need to secure their properties.

There are many advantages to investing in a roller door over other types of garage door. A few of these benefits include;

  • As with sectional garage doors, cars can be parked directly in front of the door, as there is no kick out during opening. This means that you can make the most of the parking space on your driveway.
  • These doors provide great protection from the elements, as they seal well against the weather.
  • Provide the full drive through width, perfect for wider vehicles.
  • Neat and individually encased with no tracks hanging from the ceiling.
  • Made from durable, lightweight aluminium – making them hardwearing yet easy to operate.

Of course, roller garage doors are not suitable for all garages, as they require 300mm (12”) of headroom behind the lintel. Our team will be happy to talk you through your options if you are considering a roller garage door, and will be able to advise you as to whether a roller shutter is suitable for your property.

‘Round the Corner’ garage doors

Advantages of a ‘Round the Corner’ Door

  • Move vertically so vehicles can be parked directly in front and behind the door
  • Can be automated
  • Door/s can be opened partially for ease of pedestrian access

Disadvantages of a ‘Round the Corner’ Door

  • Expensive compared with all alternatives
  • Doors require upstand or recessed bottom track
  • Doors need same space to slide internally into garage, can prevent storage on wall area

‘Round the Corner’ Door are made in

  • Timber
  • Aluminium

Side hung garage door installations

Advantages of side hung doors

  • Nothing protruding into garage internally
  • Only half of the garage door need be opened at any time
  • Can be automated

Disadvantages of side hung doors

  • Can be blown by the wind unless secured or automate
  • Expensive compared with basic canopy and tracked up and over doors
  • Drive needs to be level or sloping downwards from doors

Side hung doors are made in

  • Steel
  • Timber
  • Fibre glass

If you are looking to install sectional garage doors in Cambridgeshire contact Cambridge Garage Doors today.
Call 01223 440 544