Flex-a-Doors

B&D Flex-A-Door

Flex-A-Doors are commonly used where there is little headroom available. They fit behind the opening and do not protrude forward
like jamb or canopy type tilting doors. This means the door can be fitted to openings with unusual shapes, such as arches, etc.

Externally, Flex-A-Doors look identical to roller doors.

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Flex-a-door features

The unique B&D Flex-A-Door® is the perfect garage door to replace your existing tilt door, or to use in situations where you have restricted headroom in your garage or carport, or where the door opening is an unusual shape. The door features the famous B&D Roll-A-Door® curtain, fitted on a curving track. At the door raises from a vertical position up into a horizontal position, it follows the track to stay close to the ceiling, providing a clean, neat appearance on both the outside and inside.

  • An extensive range of colours to choose from, enough choices to suit any exterior
  • Stylishly designed centre lift lock
  • Hidden extension spring providing a tidy, uncluttered finish
  • In situations where a Flex-A-Door and a Roll-A-Door may be installed next to each other, or in close proximity, the two doors match
  • Colorbond steel, our preferred supplier, to stand up to the harsh Australian climate*
  • A weatherseal with deep cushioning helping restrict entry of water and leaves. On slightly uneven floors it reduces the gap for a better fit
  • A curtain that fits behind the opening and runs on a track, so Flex-A-Door won’t blow shut in the wind like a tilt door can, and Flex-A-Door also restricts the wind from blowing through the entry way as can happen with tilt doors, which fit within the opening and therefore have a gap on each side
  • Nylofelt® running strips and nylon rollers with bearings ensuring your door slides up and down with minimal effort
  • Plastic insert in the horizontal track providing smooth quiet operation
  • Extension springs enclosed and above head height – well out of the reach of children
  • No moving brackets or door supports which could act as finger or arm entrapments
  • Waist height lock for ease of use and added security
  • Pick resistant lock design
  • The locking system is difficult to tamper with, as Flex-A-Door fits behind the opening, so security is improved
  • Springs designed to exceed the Australian Standard for garage doors – 20,000 cycles
  • The Roll-A-Door steel curtain providing a more rigid, stronger door

Not sure which garage door to choose? Ring our expert team on (03) 9305 4032 or email Prestige Garage Doors for advice.
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