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Sectional garage doors install

Sectional Garage Doors are rapidly growing as one of the most popular choices of garage door in the Australia. Their strength, safety and security are just some of the many benefits that justify this popularity. They are known as 'Sectional' doors due to their construction, being made of separate sections which open vertically. This means that sectional garage doors can be installed on almost every shaped opening
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Benefits at a glance

Construction

Most sectional doors are double skinned as standard, with panels filled with insulating foam 42mm to 67mm thick. These sections are generally constructed from galvanised steel for strength and longevity.
The efficient and impressive construction of a sectional door provides strength and stability not possible in other doors, even in larger than normal sizes. As a result, significantly larger garage openings can be accommodated through the use of a sectional door.

Materials

Sectional doors are largely constructed from galvanised steel, although aluminium and timber doors are available. Most manufacturers offer woodgrain finishes with their steel doors, giving the insulation and security of steel, with the aesthetic impression that only wood can deliver.

With Timber Sectional doors, the choice of wood differs between manufacturers. The choice of softwood or hardwood include Hemlock, European Oak, Iroko, Accoya, Mahogany and Cedarwood. Timber doors are only available up to 8 feet (2134mm) wide in Up and Over form, whilst timber Sectionals can be manufactured up to 5 metres wide (over 16 feet)!
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Insulation

If your garage is utilised as a room such as an office, workshop or gym, a sectional door is a fantastic choice to insulate and protect your belongings. Sectional doors are built to maintain constant temperature within the garage, perfect for applications where temperature control is a factor. Therefore, a sectional garage door is perfect for valuables and car collectors alike, preventing damp, damaging conditions

When properly installed, an insulated sectional door will provide an impressive U-Value rating, and reduce any heating costs on adjacent rooms as a result. Some doors come with optional rubber seals to further improve the insulation qualities

The image to the right shows the thickness of Hormann's LPU 67 sectional, the most insulated door available, next to the 42mm thick insulated and non-insulated door panels

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Frequently asked questions

Is there an exclusive design for garage doors?
Rolling shutters are produced in 18 popular colors. The canvas and the box can be painted in different shades, which gives the product an extraordinary look.
Sectional doors are available not only in standard but also in exclusive designs. Thanks to the use of digital printing, any image can be applied to the canvas: an abstract pattern, a photograph, etc.
Regardless of the type of garage door chosen, their coating will retain its original brightness for a long time.
What is the maximum height of a garage door?
The maximum height of roller shutters is 3 m. For sectional doors this parameter can reach 3.25 m. If the height of the garage opening is much higher, please contact our managers for additional advice.
Which gate will fit my garage?
Sectional doors are the best option if:
- a high level of heat and noise insulation is required;
- a built-in wicket is required (for garages without an additional entrance);
- you want the structure to open and close silently.
In cases where the installation of sectional models is impossible, as well as if you want to save money on the purchase, roller shutters are suitable.
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