Supplier Category: Garage Doors
Custom made and fitted to the exact requirements of your particular opening, Dominator doors are available in the elegance of moulded steel or the warmth of timber and if you’re serious about your garage environment, a true thermally broken insulated garage door system born from the climate.
RESIDENTIAL DOORS – STEEL SECTIONAL DOORS
The Dominator Futura is a cost effective steel sectional door designed for price sensitive situations such as investment properties.
The deep horizontal ribs provide strength and rigidity across wider widths and the option of woodgrain embossing or a smooth finish allows the Futura to complement most styles of architecture.
The Futura is a good all-round garage door choice for low-to-mid priced homes and is suitable for both one and two car-width garages.
This door style can also be fully insulated to help regulate the internal garage temperature and reduce sound transmission into and out of the garage. Designed to be operated with an automatic garage door opener, we recommend a GDO-11 Opener be fitted to a Dominator Futura Sectional Garage Door.
If windows are to be fitted to a Futura sectional door, they must only be glazed with Acrylic due to weight restrictions. (See Options Tab.) Although manufactured from the thinnest gauge steel that we use, (0.4 BMT) the lighter weight of the Futura makes it a preferable door choice in over-height, (up to 4.0m high) openings. Click here for more
Industrial Doors – Roller Doors
Dominator’s Mini-Warehouse Roller Door offers the durability and security required by storage complex owners, while retaining the ease of operation and quality finish of Dominator’s residential garage doors.
Due to Dominator’s manufacturing capacity, mini warehouse orders can be responded to quickly, therefore minimising lead times. Read more here
Openers – Roller Door Openers
The Dominator roller garage door opener has an ultra compact side profile that allows installation into almost any limited side-room situation. The opener features soft start/soft stop, which ramps up at the start and decelerates at the end of a cycle. This reduces load and wear on the opener and softens the point of contact when the door finishes closing. Find out more