Garage Door. Monday , November 20th , 2017 - 21:49:32 PM
Attached or Detached - An attached garage is more conveniently accessible to the main house, especially during cold and wet weather. However, a garage next to the house can greatly limit the design options in the event that homeowners decide for an expansion. If you are in the process of building a garage, weigh the pros and cons of having a separate garage unit from the house. If you're concerned about accessibility, choose to use an automatic door. Browse the Internet if you want to explore design options.
Sectional Doors: The sectional is made up of numerous separate panels, which are hinged horizontally. They fit to the rear surface of your garage brickwork. When opened, it rises upwards vertically and then backwards into the space of ceiling. Sectional Doors provide better security and protection against weather. Many of them are provided with insulation. These are typically manufactured in steel. Most of these doors can be assembled in 4 hours by a professional as they come in the form of a kit.
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.
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