Eden Roc Garage Doors

Garage Door Parts

Eden Roc Garage Doors offers a wide range of parts for various garage door systems. We carry parts for all types of garage doors, such as roller doors, sectional doors, and tilt doors.

Our parts are sourced from the top manufacturers in Perth, and across Australia. At our spare parts store, your can find all the necessary components for garage door maintenance and repair.

Spare Parts Store

At Eden Roc Garage Doors’ showroom in Wangara, you will find our Spare Parts store. Here we stock  an extensive range of parts suitable for various makes and models of garage doors.

Our knowledgeable staff are on hand to offer expert advice on installation and the correct part for your needs.

Spare Parts Online Shop

Our full inventory is also available online at Eden Roc’s online store, providing a convenient shopping experience for those looking to purchase garage door parts remotely.

For added convenience, customers have the option of in-store pickup or delivery services for their parts.

Garage Door Parts

Our Spare Parts Store stocks a comprehensive range of garage door opener parts, including receivers, tensioners, rails, and more.

Weather Seals

Weather seals are components attached around the edges of garage doors to close gaps between the door and the surrounding frame.

They serve to protect the interior of the garage from external elements such as wind, rain, dust, and pests, while also helping to maintain energy efficiency by reducing air leakage.



Bolts are a type of fastener used to secure materials together. They typically consist of a head on one end, a cylindrical body, and threading that mates with a nut.

Bolts are used to hold components in place, ensuring a stable and secure connection between different parts of the garage door system or opener.


Garage door tracks are metal guides used to direct and support the movement of the garage door as it opens and closes.

These tracks guide the rollers attached to the garage door, ensuring that the door moves smoothly and stays aligned within its designated path.

As the garage door is activated, the rollers move along these tracks, which can be curved or straight depending on the style of the garage door system. The precise alignment of the tracks is critical to the smooth operation of the door, preventing jams and imbalances.


Garage door handles are manual mechanisms attached to garage doors to facilitate hand-operated opening and closing.

Garage door handles are typically mounted on the outside and sometimes the inside of the door, allowing users to physically engage and maneuver the door along its track system by pulling or lifting.


Garage door brackets are metal fixtures attached to the garage door or the garage structure to hold various components like tracks and springs in place.

Brackets are typically installed at key points where extra support is needed, such as at the ends of the track or where the springs are mounted. They are securely bolted to the door or garage framework.

Roller Door Parts

Our spare parts store stocks an extensive range of roller door parts, including locks & keys, mounting brackets, and door tracks.

Roller door features the following parts, which are unique to this type of garage door, including: weight bars, and locking bars.

Weight Bar

Garage door weight bars are additional weights that can be attached to the bottom of a garage door to enhance its stability and operation.

They help balance the door, particularly in windy conditions, preventing it from swinging or rattling and aiding in smoother opening and closing.

Weight bars are typically affixed to the bottom panel of the garage door. By increasing the mass at the bottom, they counteract the effects of wind and reduce the strain on the garage door’s mechanical components.

Locking Bar

Garage door locking bars are metal rods or bars that span horizontally across the width of the garage door. They mechanically lock the door to the garage frame, preventing the door from being opened without unlocking. Locking bars align with slots in the tracks on the sides of the garage door frame when the door is closed.

They are typically operated manually but and can also be integrated into an automated system for increased convenience and security.

Lock and Key

Garage door lock and keys are locking mechanisms that secure the garage door. The lock mechanism involves a bolt or bar that extends into a slot in the door track and frame.

When locked, the door is prevented from being raised, securing it in place. The key is used to rotate the lock cylinder, which either extends or retracts the bolt, allowing the door to be locked or unlocked.

Sectional Garage Door Parts

Our Spare Parts Store stocks a full range of sectional door parts, including hinges, brackets, and springs.

Our spare parts store stocks a full range of sectional door parts, including rails, hinges, cables, springs, and more.

These parts are unique to sectional garage doors, and will not be found in either roller or tilt garage doors.


Garage door cables are strong, flexible steel wires that connect to the garage door and the counterbalance mechanism, typically springs.

They help lift and lower the garage door smoothly and safely by transferring the force exerted by the springs to the door.


Garage door hinges are the pivoting joints that connect the various panels of a sectional garage door, allowing them to bend as the door opens and closes. They allow the smooth folding and unfolding of the door sections as they move along the tracks.



Garage door springs are heavy-duty springs that  balance and manage the heavy weight of the door.

Springs counteract the gravity acting on the door, taking the strain of the door’s weight, effectively making it lighter to lift manually or by an automatic opener.

Torsion Poles

Garage door torsion poles, also known as winding rods, are tools used for adjusting the tension of garage door torsion springs.

Torsion poles are used manually by inserting them into the holes of the spring’s winding cone during installation or adjustment. By turning the poles, you can increase or decrease the tension on the springs.


Garage door rollers are small wheels that attach to the sides of a garage door, fitted within the door tracks.

As the garage door is activated, the rollers rotate within the tracks, guiding the door as it lifts up into the garage or lowers down to close, minimising friction and resistance.

Wind Struts

Garage door wind struts are reinforced metal bars or struts attached to the interior of a garage door to provide additional support and stability against wind forces.

They help to prevent the door from bending or flexing during high winds, thus reducing the risk of damage and enhancing the overall safety of the structure.

Tilt Door Parts

Tilt doors operate with a single panel that tilts outward and upward, requiring specialised parts to facilitate this unique movement; including power arms, spring anchors, and tilt door springs.

Power Arms

Power arms connect the lower part of the door to a counterbalance mechanism, typically involving springs or a motorized opener.

When the door opens, the power arms extend, pushing the bottom of the door outward and then lifting it up, converting a vertical lift into a smoother, more controlled outward and upward motion.

Spring Anchors

Spring anchors provide a fixed point where torsion springs or extension springs can exert the necessary force to assist in opening and closing the garage door,

Tilt Door Springs

Tilt door springs counterbalance the weight of the garage door and provide tension to support the door’s weight, making it easier to manually lift or operate using an automated opener system, reducing the effort required to move the door.

Garage Door Opener Parts

Our spare parts store stocks a comprehensive range of garage door opener parts, including receivers, tensioners, rails, and more.

Add-on Receivers

Garage door receivers are electronic devices that receive signals from remote controls or wireless transmitters to activate the garage door’s opening and closing mechanism.

The receiver is connected to the garage door opener’s motor unit. When it receives a signal from a remote or transmitter, it processes this signal and activates the motor to open or close the door. This communication is usually encoded to prevent unauthorized access.

Chain Tensioners

Garage door chain tensioners are devices used to adjust the tension of the cables or chains that operate the garage door.

Tensioners help maintain the correct tension, preventing slack that can lead to operational issues or increased wear and tear on other components.

Rail, Belt & Chains

Rails are the long, narrow tracks that support and guide the chain, belt, or screw drive that opens and closes the garage door.

Belts move along the rail and wrap about the gear system within the opener. The belt utilises a trolley to attach and move the garage door up and down.

Chains, while essentially identical in function to the belt, appears like the standard chain used in bicycles.


Garage door trolleys are components in a garage door opener system that connect the opener to the door itself.

The trolley is attached to an arm that is connected to the garage door. When the opener is activated, the trolley is pulled along the track by a chain, belt, or screw, which moves the door up or down.


Garage door cogs are mechanical components found in some types of garage door openers, particularly those with chain or screw drive systems.

They interact with other moving parts, such as chains or screws, to transfer motion from the opener to the mechanism that opens and closes the garage door.



Garage door motherboards, often referred to as logic boards, are the central electronic control units in automatic garage door systems.

They manage and coordinate all the functions of the garage door opener, processing inputs from remote controls, sensors, and switches to control the movement and safety features of the door.



Garage door flywheels regulate and smooth the movement of the door by maintaining momentum oh mechanical forces during the opening and closing cycles.

Flywheels store rotational energy as the garage door opener operates, and release it to smooth out the motion of the door, reducing strain on the motor and other mechanical parts.

Drive Gears

Garage door drive gears are a type of cog that transmit the torque from the garage door opener to the mechanism that moves the door up and down.

Drive gears interact directly with other gears or a chain within the opener assembly to convert the motor’s rotational motion into the linear motion needed to operate the door.


Garage door drive grommets are small rubber components that serve as protective buffers within the drive mechanism, helping to reduce vibration and noise when the garage door operates.

Grommets are typically placed around moving parts or where parts connect to reduce friction and wear from metal-on-metal contact.

Light Covers

Light covers are casings that cover the light bulbs in garage door openers. They protect the light bulbs from damage and diffuse the light emitted.


Garage door actuators convert the electrical energy from the garage door opener into mechanical motion that moves the door.


Garage door switches are control devices used to manually operate the opening and closing of a garage door from a fixed location, typically mounted on a wall near the garage entrance.

They provide a convenient way to control the garage door without needing a remote control.

When activated, these switches send an electrical signal to the garage door opener, triggering the mechanism to open or close the door. They are wired directly to the garage door opener’s control box.



Garage door globes are light bulbs designed specifically for use in garage door openers.

They provide illumination, enhancing visibility in the garage, which is particularly useful at night or in poorly lit conditions.


Garage door sprockets are toothed wheels that engage with the chain or belt to transferring the motor’s rotational motion to the chain or belt’s linear motion which moves the garage door along its track.


Pulleys are wheel mechanisms used in the lifting and lowering of the garage door by reducing the effort needed and distributing the load evenly

Attached to the springs via cables, pulleys rotate to pull the cable, which in turn raises or lowers the garage door.


Bushings are small, cylindrical components typically made of metal or plastic that reduce friction and wear between moving parts, particularly around pivot points.

Bushings are placed in the joints or hinge points where movement occurs, providing a smooth surface that minimizes the metal-on-metal contact, thus extending the lifespan of those components and ensuring smoother operation of the garage door.