As house building continues to rise, it means that space often comes at a premium and house builders often have to make decisions on where to compromise. As a result, shorter driveways have become more characteristic of new build properties, meaning there is less space to park in front of the garage.
Garador, the UK garage door manufacturer, has developed a possible solution in the form of its sectional garage doors. The solution is constructed from sections which vertically rise, with no loss of drive through width or height, and run on tracks back into the garage smoothly thanks to Garador’s superior operating gear.
The doors feature sturdy rubber weather seals on all side to maximise weather proofing, and offer insulated sections of up to 42mm in thickness on Premium models.
Premium models are ideal for integral garages and workshops where thermal insulation is more important, whilst a classic single skinned range is also available at a competitive price.
Garador’s sectional garage doors are available in a number of colour variations, door designs and surface finishes, available to view on the Garador website.
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