B&D Doors (NZ) Ltd manufacture many different types and styles of garage doors, most are designed so that they can be tailored to meet your specific needs.
B&D’s current incarnation of the original 1956 Roll-A-Door is comprised of a ‘ribbed’ steel curtain that moves vertically in the opening and rolls up and around the drum adjacent to the lintel. The door curtain is guided by vertical tracks and counterbalanced with springs.
Roller Doors are particularly suitable for garages and sheds where there is plenty of headroom above the opening and where a traditional look is required. An opener can be fitted to either end of the door drum for automatic operation.
An innovative new style of door in New Zealand, the B&D Flex-A-Door is made from a durable Roll-A-door curtain that is fitted on a curving track – which slides from a vertical position up into a horizontal position, close to the ceiling.
It is especially suited to applications where there is not the headroom for a rolling door, or where a safer, smoother and easier to use solution is required to replace an existing tilt door.
While largely superseded by more modern styles of garage doors, B&D still manufactures the operating hardware for new or replacement situations in New Zealand and Australia.
Our current tilt fitting range is the result of a strong safety focus whereby the design incorporates spring retention methods to ensure that in the event of a broken spring, all pieces are retained, reducing the chances of injury as the result of a spring flying across the garage.
The introduction of our new Flex-A-Door has provided a positive alternative to this older, less appealing style of garage door.
This type of door is made from a number of rigid sections/panels that are hinged together and move vertically in the opening, then horizontally along the ceiling, guided by tracks and counter-balanced with springs.
These doors are the most aesthetically adaptable of most garage doors, and are available in a range of colours, patterns and may also featured windows. Sectional doors can be made of wood and other materials, but are most commonly made of steel.
Sectional doors can extend up to 6.5 metres across, thus catering for even the widest of modern cars when stored in a double garage.
Insulated Sectional Doors
In staying true to our philosophy of supplying market leading products in terms of quality and reliability, we’ve taken what we know works here in New Zealand, our most popular, dependable roll-formed steel sectional doors and robust heavy duty hardware then added a premium insulator from a leading brand to produce a range of insulated garage doors you can rely on. Same great styles, same great colour range!
A True Insulated Door that Doesn’t Cut Corners
A sophisticated graphite-infused EPS insulator, factory fitted during door manufacture, ensures an accurate fit and improved thermal performance. At the same time the our Insulated Sectional Doors have excellent acoustic dampening qualities, providing the perfect shield against noise entering and/or exiting the garage.
GDO Range of Garage Door Openers
B&D’s GDO Range of Garage Door Openers are all built on modern DC technology. This allows for low standby power consumption and the ability to operate completely by Solar Power with the use of an auxiliary backup battery.
The range incorporates class-leading TrioCode™128 multi frequency secure technology which means our openers will never have interference from household wireless products such as baby monitors and wireless entertainment systems. Simultaneously, TrioCode™128 uses the sames 128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) as relied upon by banks and governments for keeping secret data safe.
You are 23 million trillion times more likely to become an astronaut (1 in 13,200,000) than to pick the correct code combination of your TrioCode™128 opener!