New or replacing existing Garage Doors
Are you building a new house with a new garage? We can supply
you with the best suited type of garage door for your garage.
Sick of your run down, 40 years old garage door? It's time to
upgrade. We can recommend the best suited type of door for your
garage and remove your old door for you.
Sectional / Overhead Garage Doors
Roller Garage Doors
Gliderol’s Roller Garage Doors are
designed and manufactured in Australia from durable BlueScope
steel and are made to suit most garage openings, adding
style and character to any home. In addition to being built
to operate with minimal noise and friction, Gliderol Roller
Doors are specifically designed with a reinforced bottom
rail to protect your home against intruders.
Gliderol Roller Doors are also:
- Available in a wide range of Colorbond Colours
- Hard wearing and high performing
With strength and safety guaranteed, every Gliderol door
is made to your individual wants and needs at no additional
costs, meaning you can have a Gliderol Roller Door for your
Not sure what type of garage door you're after?
There are 3 types of garage doors: Roller Doors, Sectional Doors
and Tilt Doors. Unfortunately we do not supply or install Tilt (one
Roller Doors - "Roll up into one big roll" Garage
These kind of doors are very common. The most non-technical way
to describe a Roller Door is, "it rolls up into one big roll
when it opens". A Roller Door
generally has a standard pattern and you can choose from a range
of Colorbond Colours.
Roller Doors are best suited for garages that have plenty of "headroom"
and enough height to spare. Roller Doors are also better for Carports
as they have less structural requirements. In terms of prices,
Roller Doors are slightly more affordable than Sectional
Doors. However, if your garage door's width reaches
5 metres or more we would recommend Sectional Doors..
Sectional Doors - "Panel by Panel" Garage Doors
These are sometimes called the "Panel" doors. Sectional
or Panel doors "open up section by section". They are
the more popular type of garage doors. Sectional doors come with
optional features such as glass windows and various patterns to
choose from. Sectional doors typically come in 4 or 5 panels,
"joined" together internally. The panel doors are dearer
than Roller doors but you can choose from a few different patterns:
squares, rectangles or just straight lines. You can also choose
from a range from colorbond colours to suite your house existing
We would especially recommend Sectional doors for large garages.
Roller Doors work best for carports or open, back lane entrance.
Our Products and Services
At CMC Automatic Doors, we strive to keep our business going
strong for many more years to come. We only use the highest quality
products we know and offer our best possible services. After all,
we offer you up to 5 years of warranty on our workmanship and
up to 5 years on some of our products! We would not want to keep
coming back to fix or replace the products.
Our Products - High Quality Australian Brand
As mentioned above, we use high quality, Australian brand
Gliderol and Steel-Line garage doors.
Our Installers with more than 10 years experience
We are a family operated business and do not have Contractors.
Our installers are friendly, professional and always put 100%
into installing your garage doors. Read
more about our work and service. Our Customers are always
happy with the quality of our installation. We guarantee a nice,
neat job and a high quality installation. Afterall, our installers
do have over 10 years installing garage doors & motors. See
our Customers Feedbacks.
Our Business - Fully Insured
CMC Automatic Doors has been opeating for more than 10 years.
We are an Australian registered business. Our ABN is 79529606730.
We are fully insured with YouI for Public Liability, our business
insurance number is SMD011371912. If you require an electronic
copy of our insurance, please email
Still have Questions?
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getting new garage doors?
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