Sectional Garage Doors

What are Sectional Garage Doors? 

A sectional garage door can be likened to a cross between a conventional up and over garage door and a roller door, having the advantages of both.   There are 4 or 5 insulated panels that separate and rise like the slats of a roller door but instead of going into a roll the sections run into the garage using rollers that run in tracks, much like an up and over door.

Each sectional garage door in constructed in robust 40mm thick twin skinned and foam filled panels, achieving an excellent level insulation.

Each garage door is purpose made for best practical fit at no additional cost.  This type of garage door is ideal for installation either within the garage opening or behind it for increased access width and height.  

You have a choice of 4 designs ranging from MicroRib through Small Rib, Medium Rib to the contemporary and very popular Large Rib (price varies).  All sectional garage doors can include glazing.  The Large Rib design in particular is also available with design embellishments to further enhance the attractiveness of the final installation.  

Also available is a matching garage personnel door and a matching main front entrance door for your home, all purpose made to suit and designed with style and elegance in mind.

Available up to 7.5m wide or 3m high.   

These garage doors are typically supplied without a handle for automatic operation.  

Finishes include white and a large range of optional colour and wood effect finishes (most at additional cost), available with matching or contrasting  surrounds.

What are the Main Advantages of Sectional Garage Doors?

1. This type of garage door is very versatile offering a range of designs and design features.  

2. Each garage door is insulated and individually made for optimum fit.  

3. These garage doors are ideal for garaging high backed vehicles with no outswing and minimum inswing on both opening and closing.

What are the Main Disadvantages of Sectional Garage Doors?

1. This type of garage door has tracks that run a fair distance into the garage sometimes meaning that the shelving at the side of the garage might need modifying.

2. Sectional garage doors require a little more headroom and side room compared to a conventional up and over.

3. Tends to be more costly than other types of garage door.