Flush Mount Garage Doors

Flush mount garage door blends in your façade with the cladding of your choice to create a seamless appearance to the front of your home. Flush Mount means the surface of the garage door and the external wall surrounding it are on the same plane.
The flush mount garage doors are suitable to take cladding weights up to a total weight of 175kg for tilt doors, and 250kg for a sectional door. They can be clad with the building’s exterior materials, including timbers, composite timbers, metal, aluminium composite panel, acrylic, to name a few. The integrated cladding materials
make the door appear to be part of the building’s wall system, or make a statement with your personal moving work of art. You will only notice it when the door is open. They are perfect for an architecturally designed buildings giving the exterior cladding a continuous look and essentially making the door invisible.

Why choose a Flush Mount finish?

  • Beautiful seamless integration with a hidden garage appearance for a sleek aesthetic
  • A wide range of cladding materials chosen by builders or clients
  • Designed for weights up to 175kg for tilt doors, and 250kg for a sectional door.
  • Durable and easy to maintenance
  • Sectional door or tilt door style option.

Note: The flush mount garage doors are made to order. The builder or project manager must take responsibility for the supply and installation of the cladding on site. 

Garage Door Prices

When it comes to designing your perfect garage door, there are a number of factors that will affect the price. These include:

  • Size and design – Larger and more complicated door designs will cost slightly more.
  • Environment – If you’re located close to the ocean or in a region that’s prone to cyclones or bushfires, you may require a different design.
  • Garage door opener – An extra cost will be included if you prefer a remote for opening your new garage.
  • Additional accessories – If you wish to include one of our accessories, such as keypads or photo eye sensors, this will affect the total cost of your garage door.