Posted in: Products
Published: 01 May 2016
The hardest part of deciding on your new garage door can be choosing the colour.
Dominator feels it is important to give you a wide choice of popular colours when it comes to thinking about a new steel garage door and for that reason we have added two new in-demand colours to our standard steel colour range.
The new colours are part of the latest COLORSTEEL® colour offering from New Zealand Steel and are FlaxPod® and Windsor Grey. Both are now available across Dominator’s entire range of secure pre-painted steel garage doors.
“In talking to many of our larger volume customers, it was clear these two colours were becoming increasingly popular in the external colour schemes of modern homes.” Says Marketing Manager, Paul McKenzie.
“With garage doors taking up to a third of a house's road frontage, colour choice makes a huge impact on the street appeal of your home. By providing the widest standard colour choice available, Dominator makes it easier to get the look you want.” He says.
So what’s the best way to choose the colour of your garage door?
The Garage Door colour will generally match the windows, roof or spouting colour of your house to blend in with the overall look and feel of your home. However, you can let it can take a prominent role with your front door and stand out in contrast. This can be a big decision but one that can pay off and result in a huge amount of ‘curb appeal’.
Dominator’s standard range of popular roof colours are stocked as pre-painted steel coils ready to make your garage door once you decide to go ahead. Or, if you want a more daring colour scheme, we can help with an optional range of premium powder coatings to give you even more flexibility in getting the colour you want.
For more information on how to choose from our great range of standard steel colours, find your local Dominator Dealer to go and look at actual swatches of our colours to see if they are the perfect match for your home’s new colour scheme.
You can also download our current Colour Guide here.Back to articles