The grey garage door types include sectional, roller, up and over and side hinged. Grey sectional garage doors present a modern contemporary look and the convenience of remote control. As with grey roller garage doors, these do not kick out into the driveway space when opening and this means that vehicles can be parked up next to them, to make the most of the available driveway space.
Grey up and over garage doors, dependent on the garage design, can be the lowest cost option for garage owners. A replacement garage door can be chosen to create a canopy protruding out over the entrance of the garage. Or, a retractable opening system can be chosen and this moves the garage door, in its entirety, into the ceiling space of the garage.
For a traditional look, grey side hinged garage doors can be chosen and these open outwards. With one half or third of the garage door opening, these are also a practical type of garage door for frequent access on foot, cycle or bike.
Garage supplier and installation company, WM Garage Doors, has been established for twenty years and during this time we have fitted green garage doors in every shade imaginable. Our green garage door service consists of a free measuring service, a structural check of the garage, a 30-day no obligation quote, supply and installation of the green garage door of your choice.
Choose Your Shade of Grey Garage Door
The colour range of grey garage doors stretches from very light through to quite dark. Stone Grey, Light Grey and Anthracite Grey are often selected but grey garage doors can be chosen using any BS or RAL colour.
Under most circumstances, the grey garage door is supplied with a matching grey frame but it is possible to add further kerb appeal by opting for a white or black garage door frame.
Grey is often used to colour metal garage doors made from aluminium or steel and it can also be used to give plastic fibreglass and PVC garage doors a look that resembles metal.