These materials guarantee the durability of the product and also allow to reduce heat loss, maintain a constant temperature in a closed garage and ensure thermal insulation at the right level. DAKO offers sectional garage doors with 40 or 60 mm thick panels.
A common problem in small houses is limited garage space, which in addition to vehicles is used to store, for example, gardening tools or sports equipment. In such a case, the ideal solution for arranging the garage space is to choose a sectional garage door. All thanks to special panel segments that slide upwards on rails while opening, all the way to the ceiling, thus taking up no additional space. Thanks to the door opening options, you can choose the most suitable style, regardless of the door being installed in a newly constructed building or an already built one.
The biggest advantage of this solution is that thanks to the construction based on the panels' system, they allow optimal garage access and do not take up additional space in the driveway. This allows you to make the most of your parking space and, especially important for small homes, save space. The space saved in this way can be used for example to store sports equipment or garden tools. Sometimes it happens that our needs are best met by a garage that can accommodate two cars - of course, we can also make garage doors with dimensions suitable for such a solution - but it is worth remembering that we need much more space to use it comfortably on the driveway.
Sectional garage doors and roll-up garage doors are two popular types of garage doors that offer distinct features and benefits. Here are the main differences between the two:
Both sectional and roll-up garage doors have their own advantages and disadvantages. The choice between them depends on factors such as available space, insulation requirements, security needs, desired customization options, and personal preferences.
Find out how to choose the garage door that best suits your needs from DAKO European garage door supplier.