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Each security product that we provide has their own pros and cons. Not every type of gate, door or barrier will work with every business premises and that’s okay.

This blog is going to go through the differences of roller shutters and sectional doors, as well as the positives and negatives that come with both. That way, you’ll be able to make an informed decision on which external security solution would fit perfectly in your property.

Roller Shutters and Sectional Doors

There are a range of different roller shutters. Each of them with slightly different properties but they all generally work in the same way. That includes roller shutters that are insulated to help keep energy and heat inside, or fire certified doors which can help protect the rest of your building.

These shutters provide a high level of security and have been designed for frequent and heavy usage. This makes them practical during busy times, whilst also giving you peace of mind when closed.

All of our roller shutters come complete with an overhead box for storage, so that it can be neatly out of view when the shutter is up.

Sectional Doors and Roller Shutters BDS

Sectional doors are incredibly similar to roller shutters. They have the overhead storage when not in use. However, sectional doors have extra seals which help either keep the unwanted weather out. They can also help regulate internal temperatures. Sectional doors can be created with windows panels which make them more suitable to be used internally.


Get in Touch

Here at Bridge Door Systems, we have years of experience in the internal and external security industry. If you’re still unsure which security  solution to choose, why not get in touch with one of our team today? Our team will talk you through the different options that you will have available for your business premises.