Add colour to your drab garage door
SYDNEY inventor Hal Caldwell is stretching the horizons of the humble garage roller door with his unique printed screens.
Caldwell has just released his Rolling View screens onto the Australian market but the concept has been seven years in the making, starting soon after he purchased an inner city-Sydney terrace in 2009.
“Like many Sydney homes my backyard opens onto the rear laneway, courtesy of a rolling garage door, sadly this is an ugly, utilitarian view, so I came up with Rolling View,” Caldwell says.
People can transform their dull roller door view with a choice of hundreds of images, without losing the functionality of their door, Caldwell says.
But printed images aren’t the only option.
There’s a Rolling View projection screen which transforms your outdoor space into a home theatre, ideal for the big game or movie night.
“What is really exciting is you don’t just have to have a picture, you can project home movies, sporting games or just ambient images to create atmosphere,” Caldwell says.
The image is printed onto a sprung roller blind which is mounted directly in front of your garage door, Caldwell says.
Rolling View is helping transform backyards and, as Caldwell says, “bringing some colour to what was previously a blank space”. For more information go to rollingview.com.au
Rolling View transforms garage doors with photographic images and graphics that do not interfere with the doors functionality.