Sectional Doors

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A sectional door is made up from separate sections rather than a single panel. This allows for exceptionally smooth manual and electric operation. They rise vertically with no swing out and store neatly under the garage roof.

The superb engineering employed in the manufacture of sectional doors ensures they are amongst the finest garage doors available.

Sectional doors have many other advantages over traditional up-and-over doors such as insulation, maximising the drive-through width of a garage opening, allowing for close parking inside and out, and giving greater headroom clearance to accommodate larger vehicles.

With prices to suit all budgets they are available in a variety of styles and finishes.  Standard doors come with a white woodgrain finish, as well as favourably priced coloured doors and special timber effect decograin finishes in a variety of colours.

Key Information

  • Cost: Pricing starts from £700.00
  • Automation: Yes see Electric Options
  • Insulation: Optional
  • Security: Excellent
  • Durability: Excellent

Materials Available for Sectional Doors

Made from coated galvanised steel, these double skinned doors have PU-foam insulation (100% CFC-free) and the door comes with seals on all four sides. Economical single skin options are also available.

Available in 4 surface finishes:

Woodgrain – This robust surface has an authentic sawn timber look and minor scratches can be repaired without leaving any visible sign of damage.

Silkgrain – This elegant surface finish with its fine structure fits particularly well with modern architecture.

Silkgrain Titan – The new anthracite coloured surface finish with its elegant structure is now available

Micrograin – This surface features a wave profile that is embossed into smooth steel, producing attractive light and shadow effects.

Decograin – The scratch and UV-resistant surface finish guarantees your doors permanent attractive appearance.  Currently available in Dark Oak, Golden Oak, Light Oak, Night Oak and Rosewood.

Insulation information here