Specialists in the Supply, Installation, Servicing and Repairs of Sectional Garage Doors Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex and North London

01438 742 664

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07870 987 817

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Specialists in the Supply, Installation, Servicing and Repairs of Sectional Garage Doors
Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex and North London

01438 742 664

Office Telephone

07870 987 817

24 Hour Contact

Specialists in the Supply, Installation, Servicing
and Repairs of Sectional Garage Doors
Throughout Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire
Buckinghamshire, Essex and North London
01438 742 664
Office Telephone
07870 987 817 24 Hour Contact
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ACE Garage Doors – Roller Garage Doors in Hertford, Hertfordshire

New Doors Installed

High quality, competitively priced, automatic, sectional garage doors fitted

New Doors Installed

We have an extensive range of sectional garage doors. Contact us to discuss your requirements.
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Emergency Door Repairs

Our team of professional engineers can repair any make or style of garage door

Emergency Door Repairs

If your need your garage door fixed rapidly then contact us today
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Why Choose ACE Garage Doors?

Free quote – our professional engineers will give you a quote you can trust
10 YEAR guarantee – on doors and frames
5 YEAR guarantee – on motors
Disposal of your old door – free as part of our service
Pay on completion – you only pay when you are completely happy
Full support service – We are just a phone call away for any future needs

Full fitting and repair service

Ace Garage Doors Herts Limited offer a full fitting and repair service carried out by our professionally qualified team of fitters. From the replacement of individual parts through installation of operators on existing garage doors to a full renovation of your garage, Ace Garage Doors Herts Limited are experts in the field. We offer a 24/7 service and our trained technicians are on standby to attend immediately. Based in Stevenage, Herts, we cover Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex and North London.

Modern designs using modern materials

Modern garage doors are built to last and are designed with strict emphasis on both safety and security. Materials used in both construction and finishing are not only hard wearing and robust but also flexible, so can be selected to blend well with the existing or planned surrounding structure. You can even elect to have your garage door insulated for extra internal protection against the elements.

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Ace Garage Doors Herts Limited offer a free quote service, where a member of our team will come out and survey your garage to accurately assess your requirements with guaranteed no hard sell and no obligation. All our installations and repairs come with a 12 month parts and labour guarantee.

Ace Garage Doors Herts Limited fit doors for all the major manufacturers according to their specifications. With us you can be sure that your door has been fitted correctly which is why we offer a 12 month guarantee.


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Helen Ocallaghan
Good value. Thanks.
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Friendly, easy to contact, arrived when they said and repaired the garage door quickly. Good value. Thanks.
Bernadette Raftery
Lovely people to deal with
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Lovely people to deal with, 48 hrs from initial contact to repair completed. Competitive price. The job was for my elderly father, he was full of praise for them on all aspects of their work, timekeeping and general customer service.
Tracy Webber
Absolutely fabulous
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Found on trust a trader webpage. Absolutely fabulous. Old garage door removed ( original door probably from the 1960’s, so very heavy, with original mechanisms and difficult to remove) and new garage door fitted. Work completed by 2 very friendly fitters, obviously expert in their field. Highly recommended to anyone considering a new garage door. Smooth transaction from start to finish. Thank you!
Kasey Sweetlove
Would happily recommend
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I decided to go with Ace for my roller electric garage door because from the first call Darren gave me a price over the phone and stuck to it. Arrived when he said he would and all the mess was taken away. It's been installed a couple of months now and not had any issues so I would happily recommend him.
Phyllis Farrell
Would very much recommend
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I would very much recommend this company. I live in Edinburgh and the door was being fitted in Stevenage. He was very quick to respond to my enquiry. We had a chat, he went out to fit, gave me a quote and it was fitted within 3 days. My daughter is very pleased, he turned up at the time he said and did a very good job. Thanks Darren, I'm delighted. I wish you well in your business.

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The roller garage door is perfect for the smaller driveway

Many garage doors require a good deal of space in front of the garage to open up or outwards, meaning that if you have a small driveway, you can struggle to find the space for the door to open without hitting your car. You may also find that you have to leave the car out on the road or across the pavement whilst you open the garage door, causing an obstruction for pedestrians or other road users.

In fact, although the interior of the garage may be large enough, some modern driveways are so small that even the larger family vehicles struggle to fit onto the drive itself. A roller garage door will solve this problem for you!

Room to manoeuvre with a roller garage door

The roller garage door has a super modern look to it and also has an incredibly smooth way of opening and closing. As the roller garage door simply rolls up or down in its tracks like a roller blind would, they enable garage doors on even the smallest driveways to function smoothly without getting in the way of the vehicle.

Go electric with the roller garage door

Better still, our roller garage doors have the ease and style of remote, electronic access. What could be better than driving onto your driveway, no matter how short, pressing a button on your remote control and watch the roller garage door glide up effortlessly, enabling you to drive straight into the garage.

No more standing in the rain with an electric roller garage door

Another major benefit, particularly on an integral garage, is the ability to open the garage door smoothly from the comfort of your car. Not having to stand in the rain while opening the garage door is a major benefit. When inside the integral garage, you can even shut the door down behind you and the sensors ensure that any obstruction will stop and reverse the closing action, so there is no chance of damaging your car. Just please ensure that you have turned off the ignition prior to closing the garage door behind you to avoid the build up of toxic exhaust fumes inside the garage.

Hertford Castle: A Norman stronghold

Set in the historic town of Hertford, stands a castle that has a rich history. Hertford Castle was built in Norman times by the River Lea in Hertford. Most of the internal buildings of the castle have now been demolished. The main surviving section is the Tudor gatehouse, which is a Grade I listed building. Parts of the bailey walls on the east side of the castle also still stand, and are a Grade II listed building.

Medieval history of Hertford Castle

Hertford Castle was built on a site that was first fortified by Edward the Elder in around 913. By the time of the Norman Invasion in 1066, a motte and bailey were on the site surrounded by a moat. William the Conqueror granted the castle to Peter de Valognes, the High Sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire.

Henry II was very interested in the castle and its potential and it was practically reconstructed between 1170 and 1174. This included the building of the flint walls, drawbridges and gatehouses. Hertford Castle was further strengthened during the reign of Richard I by his regent, William Longchamp. By this time the castle was governed by the Crown after Robert de Valognes had died in 1184 leaving no male heirs to inherit the Hertford stronghold. Eventually the castle had been claimed by Robert Fitzwalter, Robert de Valoignes’s son-in-law. He seized the castle and installed his own tenants and garrison. Although he was subsequently evicted by King John, he was eventually appointed governor of Hertford Castle.

The French attempt to take Hertford Castle

Following the death of Angelo Salvo in 1216, a French invasion besieged the castle for a month until the governor, Walter de Godarvil, surrendered. However the country then supported Henry III and by 1217 the French had left. Following this Hertford Castle’s military role became secondary to its use as a royal residence and in 1299 Edward I gave it to his second wife Margaret.

During the reign of Edward II the castle saw its first political prisoners; some of them were Knights Templar. Edward’s wife Isabella of France and their son, Edward III both spent much time in the castle, and Isabella died in Hertford Castle in 1358.

Hertford Castle as a prison

During the Hundred Years’ War Hertford Castle was used to detain prisoners of royal and noble rank. These included King David II of Scotland and, in 1359, King John II of France. The following year the castle was granted to Edward’s third son, John of Gaunt who spent a good deal of time there, using it as his chief country home when not abroad on his campaigns. The defences were repaired and strengthened again at this time. When John of Gaunt died in 1399, Richard II seized all the Lancastrian estates, including Hertford Castle, where he installed his new wife, the eight-year-old Princess Isabella of Valois.

The castle continued to remain in royal hands and in 1418 Henry V granted it to his new wife, Princess Katherine of France, and they spent a lot of time there together. Henry’s son Henry VI spent most of his infancy at Hertford Castle. In 1445 he married Margaret of Anjou and granted her the castle. However, as a result of the Wars of the Roses the crown went to Edward IV who granted the castle to his wife. When Richard III became king, the castle was granted to one of his greatest supporters, the Duke of Buckingham.

Hertford Castle in Tudor times

Henry VII married Elizabeth of York in 1486 and the following year he gifted Hertford Castle to his wife. Henry himself spent little time at Hertford, but he is recorded as having made two visits to Sele Mill, a paper mill just outside the town, where he appears to have sourced a supply of paper. His son Henry VIII spent considerable sums turning the castle into a civilian palace, including building the gatehouse, which still stands to this day. Subsequently, Edward VI granted the castle to Princess Mary. During her eventual reign, the castle was used to imprison Protestant martyrs who fell victim to the Queens Catholic purges. Mary’s younger sister, Elizabeth I was a frequent visitor to Hertford Castle.