Roll-up-Door FAQ

What is the door made of?

The door is made of a galvanized structural grade steel curtain with a silicone modified polyester coating.


Is the door insulated?

The door can be insulated with an 98% thermal break insulation that can be applied even after the door has been installed.


Does the door have springs that need to be replaced?

The door has precision engineered springs inside the drum that have an extraordinary life span of over 25,000 cycles compared to traditional doors that have a life span of about 8,000 cycles.


How secure are the doors?

The fire and police departments rate rolling steel doors as the hardest doors to gain forced entry through.

Armed with the latest 433 MHz frequency and over 4.2 billion rolling codes makes it impossible to have your code stolen. PE sensors stop the door when obstructed by any size object. Learn more about garage door security


How Quiet are the doors?

The revolutionary GDO- 8 opener operates at 61 decibels at 1.5m and the average human conversations is usually 63 decibels at the same distance. Drawing about 1 amp of power when in normal operation, this is one smart unit.


What colours are available?

Our doors come in 10 different colours - Makin White, White White, Briarwood Tan,Pebblestone, Metro Brown, Stone Grey, Regent Grey, Charcoal Grey, Black, and Dark Red.
available colours


What sizes are available?

Each door is custom made to suit individual openings.


Which cities do you serve?

We are centrally located in Delta, British Columbia, Canada We serve Abbotsford, Burnaby, Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Delta, Langley, Maple Ridge, Mission, North Vancouver, Pitt Meadows, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Richmond, Surrey, Squamish, Vancouver, West Vancouver, Whistler, and White Rock. We recently opened a Calgary sales office.


What should I do if my power is out and I need to open my garage door to get my car out?

Power failures happen and are inconvenient, but you can still operate your Roll-Up door, even without the power.

Step 1. Standing inside your garage, locate your motor. It will be mounted directly onto the roll's axle and be either on the left or the right side of your garage door. You will notice a red chord hanging from the motor.

Step 2. Take hold of the chord with one hand and slowly, but firmly, pull downwards. You will feel and hear the motor shift as it disengages. You will now be able to freely lift the door up and down with your hands.

Step 3. Lift the door all the way up. It will stay there unassisted and allow for you to drive your car out.

Step 4. Manually pull the door back down to the closed position. Due to the tensioning of the door it may rest 1-2 inches from the ground. Hold the door down all the way (either with one hand or by carefully stepping on the bottom rail) and pull the red release chord until you hear/feel the motor engage.

Step 5. Test to ensure the door is once again locked in the downward position.