Sectional overhead doors are incredibly useful if you’re looking to replace your current doors with something that is more space saving. Instead of the doors opening straight upwards and ended up on the outside of the building, section doors roll back and inwards. So they are stored on the ceiling of the garage itself.
They’re perfect for garages or buildings that are slightly too close together to function with traditional style doors.
Sectional overhead door benefits
As mentioned above, the sectional door is pulled up into ceiling section of the building rather than opening outwards. This means you’ll not only be able to open up your doors with restricted space.
You can also park vehicles right up next to it. Something which you’re unable to do with traditional style doors.
Sectional doors are also a lot stronger than traditional building doors as they have less weak points and more of a closed structure to them. Making them a good option if you’re looking to increase your external security presence.
They’re also a good deterrent like all security systems are. They can prevent attempts at break ins or trespassing just by being there and being visible. This being coupled with a visible alarm box can have a positive effect when it comes to deterring people from trying to enter.
Sectional garage doors
Here at Bridge Door Systems, we offer a range of different sectional overhead door styles. They include insulated doors, panoramic doors and spiral doors. Each door has been created for different applications and environments.
Insulated doors are the most popular style and can be used both externally and internally. They can have built in windows and can be incredibly sound proofing.
Panoramic sectional doors are used in environments when the entrance and exit of light and visabiliy is paramount. Whereas spiral doors are more for areas in which you don’t have a large amount of space in the back, so the door curls in on itself.
If you think your business could benefit from the addition of sectional doors, then get in touch with one of our team today. Our engineers cover the majority of the North West and North East of England including; Radcliffe in Manchester and County Durham.