Sectional Garage Doors
Sectional garage doors offer many benefits over traditional up and over garage doors, and are an increasingly popular choice. Sectional doors operate on tracks, which are normally fitted behind the piers at the front of the garage, continuing under the ceiling. This then gives maximum drive through width.
Additionally, the doors rise vertically, so allowing vehicles to park closer to the door both inside and outside the garage, and allowing taller vehicles to park in the garage. The most popular choice is a double skin insulated door. This will be of benefit if the garage is used as a workshop, or if there is a room above which gets cold. These doors can manual or automated.
Roller Garage Doors
Roller doors have traditionally been used for commercial applications, but are increasingly popular for domestic use. A roller door quite literally rolls up above the garage entrance when opened. The most popular roller door is automated, but a manual option is available.
The main practical differences between a roller garage door and a sectional garage door are that while a roller garage door does allow a certain amount of extra high level storage, they are available in less styles than a sectional garage door.
Single Skin Side Hinged Garage Doors
We also fit side hinged doors, which open outward, and can be in a 50/50 configuration, or one 3rd/two 3rd. These are sometimes the only practical solution for some people, and are available in a limited number of styles.
Insulated Side Hinged Doors
Insulated side hinged doors are available, in a wide variety of colours and finishes, and a limited number of styles. These are only available in a 50/50 configuration.
The fitting of all new garage doors, manual or electric, is guaranteed by us for 2 years from the date of fitting. This is in addition to the manufacturer’s guarantee.
For further details of any of our garage doors, please contact us.