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Sectional garage doors

Comfortable, aestheticly designed and durable sectional garage doors DAKO is a universal solution.

  • Construction based on a system of panels in the guides and guaranteeing optimal passage light solution allows full use of parking space and garage space.
  • Extensive feature package for the highest level of safety
  • Two levels of thermal insulation - depending on panel thickness selection (40mm/60mm)
  • Can be equipped with high quality automation - for even greater comfort
  • Four options for room-specific guide requirements
  • The timeless design of the sectional door panel in three appearance variants: smooth, embossed, or highly embossed
  • Possibility to match the design of the door with other joinery elements, e.g. in compositions in the HarmonyLine range

Sectional garage doors with thermo 60 mm thick panels

Sectional garage doors with a 40 mm thick panel.

High level of thermal insulation of sectional garage doors. It is primarily due to the panel design and proper sealing. The panels of sectional doors are made of CFC-free polyurethane foam and galvanized steel sheet.

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.

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Among the solutions available on the market for several years, sectional garage doors have enjoyed unflagging popularity. These comfortable and versatile products allow you to make the most of your parking space, not only in your garage but also in your driveway. All thanks to special panel segments that slide upwards on rails to the ceiling during opening.

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.

What are the differences between Sectional garage doors and Roll-up garage doors?

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:

Design and Operation:

  • Sectional Garage Doors: These doors consist of multiple horizontal panels or sections that are hinged together. They operate by moving vertically upwards and then horizontally along tracks to sit parallel to the ceiling of the garage.
  • Roll-up Garage Doors: Also known as rolling doors or coiling doors, these doors are made of a single curtain or slat that rolls up into a coil above the door opening. They operate by rolling up and down around a drum or barrel assembly.

Space Requirements:

  • Sectional Garage Doors: These doors require sufficient space inside the garage to accommodate the horizontal tracks and panels as they move. They may not be suitable for garages with limited headroom or those with obstructions.
  • Roll-up Garage Doors: Roll-up doors require minimal space as they roll into a compact coil above the door opening. They are ideal for garages with limited headroom or where maximizing the available space is a priority.






Insulation and Security:

  • Sectional Garage Doors: Due to their construction with multiple panels, sectional doors often offer better insulation and can be fitted with insulation materials. They provide better thermal efficiency and noise reduction. Additionally, the overlapping panels provide improved security.
  • Roll-up Garage Doors: Roll-up doors typically have fewer joints and gaps, which can make them less insulating than sectional doors. However, certain models can still have insulation features. They offer adequate security but may have fewer security features compared to sectional doors.

Customization and Appearance:

  • Sectional Garage Doors: These doors are available in a wide range of designs, styles, colors, and finishes, allowing for greater customization options to match the aesthetic of the home. They often have window inserts or decorative panel designs.
  • Roll-up Garage Doors: Roll-up doors are usually simpler in design, consisting of a single curtain. While they come in various colors and finishes, they may offer fewer decorative options compared to sectional doors.

Maintenance and Repairs:

  • Sectional Garage Doors: If a panel gets damaged, it can be individually replaced without affecting the entire door. The hinges and other moving parts may require periodic lubrication and maintenance.
  • Roll-up Garage Doors: In case of damage, the entire curtain or slat may need to be replaced. Maintenance usually involves regular cleaning and lubrication of the tracks and mechanical components.

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.

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