Centurion Garage Doors are one of our preferred manufacturers at Eden Roc Garage Doors in Perth. To see Centurion’s range of garage doors, browse below or check out our entire range of doors from all manufacturers by visiting our Home Page or our Visualiser.
CENTURION GARAGE DOORS
Centurion has been around for over 40 years and their doors are littered throughout the state. The vast majority of garage doors in Western Australia are manufactured by Centurion. If you have a garage door, it’s probably a centurion manufactured door.
Centurion’s offices are based in Wangara, barely 1km from our Eden Roc Garage Doors office. This makes life easy when it comes to liaising with Centurion to help our customers out.
CENTURION GARAGE DOOR RANGE
Centurion manufacture both sectional garage doors and roller garage doors:
The Georgian style of Centurion sectional garage door is a textured style with wide rectangles running along the panels (see the images below). This is a style that allows you to have optional windows along the top panel if you desire. These windows are not available for those styles that are not textured.
The Georgian is a solid choice for most residential homes.
The Cosmopolitan style of Centurion sectional garage door is untextured. This means that the panels are flat without any rectangles or lines. This is the arguably the most ‘modern’ style of Centurion sectional garage door (bar their custom Sunshine series) and would be a good choice for an ‘upmarket’ residential home or a modern ‘display’ style home.
The Regency, similar to The Georgian, is a textured style of Centurion garage door with rectangles running along the panels. Unlike The Georgian, the rectangular texture of The Regency is much narrower. This gives the door a bit more of a ‘busy’ appearance as there are visibly more rectangles on the garage door exterior surface. This style allows you to have optional windows along the top panel if you so desire. These windows are not available for those styles that are not textured. The Regency is a good choice for homes whose exterior lacks a texture, ie, flat walls.
The Settler style of Centurion sectional garage door is a textured style with horizontal lines running along the panels (see the images below). This gives the door the appearance as if there were in fact many more smaller panels that compose the door. The Settler is a very sleek style and a good choice for modern homes
The Mediterranean style of Centurion sectional garage door is similar to The Settler in that it has a textured pattern of horizontal lines running along the panels. The Mediterranean style has even more of these horizontal lines than The Settler, which gives the appearance of even more smaller panel sub-sections.
This style will pair well with homes whose exterior is in contrast to this door’s horizontal lines. This includes untextured (flat) walls, or when the texture does not match the long horizontal lines, like bricks and stone.
CENTURION SECTIONAL GARAGE DOOR COLOURS
Centurion Sectional Garage Door Colours
Centurion’s garage doors are made from Colorbond BlueScope Steel. The steel comes in a variety of colours for you to choose from
CENTURION ROLLER DOORS
Centurion also manufactures Roller Doors.
There is only one model of roller door. It’s exactly as you imagine it, a pleated sheet of steel that unfurls from a cylinder to lower the door. It has a textured design (as it is pleated) with horizontal lines running across the door’s exterior (again, due to the pleats). Please see the image below to see an example of their roller doors:
Centurion Roller Door Colours
Centurion roller goors are also made from Colorbond Steel, which means the same colour options are available for roller garage doors and sectional garage doors.
Please see the full range of roller door colours below:
CENTURION TIMBA-LOOK DOORS
Centurion Timba-Look Doors
Centurion’s sectional doors can be painted to give the appearance as though the door is made of wood. This can be done to match the aesthetic of the home, or to give it a new feel to the traditional stock BlueScope steel colours.
These timba-look colours are not available for the rectangle-textured door styles (The Georgian and The Regency), but are available for The Cosmopolitan, The Settler and the Mediterranean.
Centurion Sunshine Series
The Sunshine series is Centurion’s ‘modern’ range of translucent doors which allow light to pass through. These doors have a Lattice frame, into which translucent panel inserts sit.
When designing these doors, you get a number of choices:
Lattice design – how many inserts per panel?
Lattice frame colour – which colour will work best for my door?
Unlike previous Centurion garage doors, the Sunshine series frames are powder-coated (ie, they are painted with a ‘powder-like’ paint). This gives you a greater choice of colour. To explore the colour options, we recommend you check out our Visualiser and explore the colour options once you have selected a ‘custom door’.
Insert type – perspex or polycarbonate?
Perspex and polycarbonate are two different types of plastic, and it’s up to you to decide which option is the best for your Centurion Sunshine series inserts. Perspex is shiner and cheaper than polycarbonate, but is weaker and more likely to crack (don’t hit it with a stray cricket ball). Polycarbonate is stronger but more expensive.
Available polycarbonate colours include:
THE ARCHITECTURAL SERIES
This series of Centurion sectional doors is the most ‘modern’ in appearance. The doors are composed of panels, which themselves are composed of a number of adjacent aluminium panels (see image below).
Similar to the process when selecting a SunSeries door, you get to choose the number of panels that run along the length of the door. You can select up to four panels to run along the length of each horizontal panel:
The Architectural series frames are powder-coated (ie, they are painted with a ‘powder-like’ paint). This gives you over 60 colours to choose from. To view the colour options available to you for the garage door frame, we recommend you check out our Visualiser, and play around with the colour options once you have selected one of the ‘custom doors’.
The individual aluminium panel colour
You can then choose the panel Colour (these can be mixed and matched) within the one door. Although, we generally recommend a maximum of 2 complementary panel colours, otherwise the styling gets a bit messy.
As with the frame colour, the best way to explore the colour options available to you is to check them out on the Visualiser. First, you can select a custom door, an ‘ali-panel’ door, then play around with the colours.
To see what other door options you have available to you, check out our Visualiser. Please note that we supply doors from all WA manufacturers, and you will have more doors available to you than just Centurion Garage Doors.
To get a quote or to find out more about some of the Centurion garage doors we can provide for your Perth home or business, contact us today by calling (08) 9303 9334.