SECTIONAL GARAGE DOORS
Sectional doors are comprised of horizontally hinged sections that roll
along tracks to a position above the opening header with the use of a
counterbalance mechanism. Manual, chain, and motor operated doors are
commonly used for an efficient and economical means to close large openings.
Various configurations and options are available to suit your specific needs.
Aluminum Full View Doors
Aluminum style and rail construction fitted with glazing or aluminum panels.
Glazing options from single pane to insulated and tempered Low-E coated
lites can be combined with anodized or painted aluminum to provide a unique
opening solution to your project. Local Fire Stations and emergency response
bays often benefit from their clear view of the exterior to make a safe
exit when necessary. Alternatively, a rising number of custom storefronts
and restaurant users are taking full advantage of these sleek doors to
provide flexible spaces such as outside dining space.
Three Layer Insulated Doors
Today's sectional door of choice. Metal – Insulation –
Metal. This door configuration offers enhanced durability and insulation
properties through their 'sandwich' construction. Insulation is
normally provided via laminated polystyrene or foamed in place polyurethane.
Not only does this composite design offer some of the industry's best
thermal properties (R-values of 9 to 22), it also provides a more structurally
sound door that can be fitted to a wide range of door sizes and uses.
Additional options and characteristics available: factory finished; custom
powder coating; custom graphics; high cycle designs; break away panels;
integral pass door; center mullions for large width openings; STC (sound
transmission class) rated assemblies and more.
Single layer steel doors have largely been replaced by the 3-layer doors.
However, the pan door still provides an economical solution to commercial
and industrial openings. These doors are also available with insulation
and vinyl or steel backing. Pan doors are ideally suited for medium to
large openings where high usage and insulation is not a main concern.