FAQ

The Answers You’ve Been Needing

My door is 2200mm wide, is this still the same price?

Yes, our standard single door is a maximum of 2500mm and will be made to measure on-site.

Do you take the old door away?

Yes, we will take your old door and dispose of it for you included within the price.

How will the new door be fitted?

The roller door is attached to your garage using fixings through the side channels/plates which can be mounted between or behind your piers. The fixings used are dependent on the type of garage you have however there is no price difference!!
The most common are:
Brick built garages - installer will use masonry fixings
Wooden timber garages - installer will use woodscrews
Steel Building - installer will use self-drilling screws
Pre-cast concrete garage - installer will use either coach bolts / or new timber frame UPVC cladded [installers discretion]

How much does shipping cost?

Shipping is included in the price

What happens if I get a power cut?

All our electric garage doors come with a manual override as standard (this is required by law) so that you can wind the door up or down manually. Alternatively, if you have no back door then you will have a waist-level external override. This is lockable and accessible from outside for £125.

How do I pay for my new door?

You can use our online shop or we can take the payment over the phone.

What areas do you cover?

We cover the South East of England

Why should we buy through The Rolling Door Experts?

Our prices are fantastic because we specialise solely in roller type electric garage doors. We cut out unnecessary costs like a salesperson adding literally hundreds of pounds to cover their own fees. Why have a salesman waste time to simply come and repeat the information given on the website or explained by an online chat agent! There are NO Catches, and the price on the webpage is the final price to pay for these fantastic doors and service.