Sectional Doors

A sectional door, as the name implies, is made-up from separate sections rather than a single panel. This allows for exceptionally smooth operation both manually and when electrically operated.

The sectional door mechanism has several distinct advantages over other mechanism types. Sectional doors ensure maximum drive-through width because the frame fits directly behind the door jamb and also allows for greater headroom clearance, vital for taller vehicles such as 4x4s. Even with electric operation, the door and mechanism is designed for optimum use of available garage headroom.

Another important benefit is that a sectional door employs a vertical left action, governed by rollers in vertical and horizontal tracks. This ensures that there is no intrusive arc of travel, allowing close parking to the door, both inside and outside the garage.

To ensure a long-term resilience against the elements, hot galvanised steel is used for sectional door panels and frames. Sections are woodgrain embossed and coated with a plastic polyester primer to provide the finest protection system available. All Sectional doors are supplied pre-finished in white (and brown for Virtuoso) and ready-to-fit almost any sized garage opening.

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