Sectional doors are made of separate panels that lift up and over and rest parallel with the garage ceiling. They comprise of between three to eight sections held together by hinges (which allows the door to ‘bend’) and held in place by brackets (which also show the door where to go up and over).
- Sectional doors require no space outside of the door to open, so the car may park very close while waiting for the door to open
- The multiple panels mean there’s less pressure on the connection to the rail than for a monolithic door.
- If one panel is damaged, it’s easy to fix just this panel, making repairs affordable.
- Flexibility with materials used, east to provide practical things like security or ventilation or aesthetic finishes that match the house
- Sectional doors are more resistant to wind damage than roller doors.
- Very secure.
High-quality color steel garage doors provide a richer experience for your home
Color characteristics of R series (household garage doors)
PE coated steel sheet with UV resistance
Excellent cost performance
Heat preservation: 1.8w/m2k
Wind resistance: Level 3
Water tightness: Level 3
Breathability: Level 2
The standard size is w = 8000mm×H = 3000mm