Sectional doors open vertically upwards and are suspended under the ceiling to save space. This construction principle means you can make full use of the space inside and in front of the garage. Sectional garage doors can be fitted in every garage door opening, and offer up to 14 cm more passage width than up-and-over doors. Flexible and weather-resistant seals on all four sides of the Hörmann sectional doors ensure that they are optimally sealed.
The garage door classic since 1952 not only has an excellent price/performance ratio. A large number of door infills also lets you match the garage door to the architecture of your home.
Roller garage doors and horizontal doors open vertically and require minimum space inside the garage. The door’s design offers maximum space inside and in front of the garage. The shape of the garage door opening is not of prime importance for fitting roller garage doors, whether square, chamfered, with segmental or Norman arch.
The side sliding sectional door offers many advantages:
Plenty of room under the garage ceiling.
As the door opens to the side, the garage ceiling can be used without limitations. For example, you can use this space to store surfboards or canoes. Thanks to its unique design, the side sliding sectional door can also be used in difficult fitting situations with sloped roofs.
Side doors are very convenient if you want to quickly fetch something from the garage without opening the garage door. Or if, in a short driveway, your second car is parked directly in front of the garage door, blocking the access to it. For almost every door style Hörmann offers you a matching side door. This way, the garage door and side door form a harmonious unit.
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