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By Jennifer Turner | 5 October 2020

Carefully considering bespoke garage doors as part of your build will pay dividends in your home’s overall look.


mews house with green doors and Juliet balcony

Image: Rundum Meir

Garage doors can often be an afterthought, but when you’re putting so much work into designing and building your dream home, they deserve to be given more weight. We take a closer look at bespoke garage doors that deliver performance and great looks..

Go bespoke

Rather than everyday, standard garage doors, Rundum Meir manufacture and supply bespoke garage doors that complement all kinds of properties. They allow architects, designers and self builders to build a garage door into their plans that won’t look out of place and, in fact, can actually enhance the overall design.

The seamless and sophisticated side-sliding doors are available in numerous kinds of timber to achieve your desired look, as well as steel, glass and extruded aluminium.

house with white painted brick and black garage door

Fabulous functionality

You probably have a strong idea of what your home should look like and won’t want off-the-peg elements that can be found in run-of-the-mill houses. Rundum Meir’s purely bespoke approach means that your garage doors are custom made to your specifications.

The sectional side-sliding doors, for example, can work with arched entries or any kind of architectural feature you have in mind. They do this while delivering the functionality and performance you’d expect of German-engineered products. Wooden doors can be treated and protected, while insulated panels can help reduce energy bills and carbon use.