Garage Door. Saturday , December 09th , 2017 - 06:05:08 AM
Canopy Doors: When a canopy door opens it swings outwards and then slides upwards into the garage ceiling. This leaves one third of the door outside the garage. The security of the door is enhanced as the pivot points are located down the door. These doors are easy to install as no tracks are required inside the garage and the entire door mounts to the door frame. Canopy Doors are available in timber, steel ABS and GRP. This garage door provides a good drive-through width.
Roller Doors: This style rolls up into the garage ceiling as a single curtain. They are fitted to the garage's rear surface of the front brick work. As the name suggest, these roll vertically upwards. These doors provide good security and protection levels. You'll generally find them manufactured in aluminum and steel, and some even come insulated. The installation of these doors is somewhat easy, though professional installation guarantees a smooth and quiet operation.
You may be used to installing doors in your house, but garage doors, whether they are automatic or manual, are a far more difficult task. Installing a garage could be dangerous as well, so it is strongly suggested to get a professional repairman to do your installation. These professionals will tell you that manual door installation is simpler compared to automatic door installation. It all depends on your preference. If you want heavy garage doors, this would require automatic operations as they would necessitate enormous strength to lift. Manually operated garages are a lot lighter.
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