Having a tough time deciding on the right door type for your garage? Well, having a problem deciding between different garage door types is perfectly normal, as not everyone knows everything. In this blog, we’ll cover some of the most common types of garage doors so you can easily choose yours. Keep reading to learn more.
Slide to Slide Garage Doors
These garage doors operate slide to slide, siting parallel to the one side of the wall. They operate along lower trolleys, which are flexible enough to use the slight slopes in the ceiling or floor. They have a built-in motor for automatic operations and don’t require balancing springs.
Sectional Garage Doors
Sectional are made of panel sections which are connected to hinges. As the door moves downward or upward, wheels located at the edge of each panel roll inside the vertical track to facilitate the movement. These types of doors are usually made up of steel and require low maintenance. They can be customized to include hardware, window inserts, colors, and textures. They come in both insulated and non-insulated constructions. So this is why we see the majority of people opting for sectional garage doors.
Roll Up Garage Doors
Roll Up garage doors are an ideal choice for spaces with limited ceiling space. Such doors are made with 2-inch or 3-inch steel slat sections, which revolve around a drum located above the door opening. You’ll find roll up garage doors more in commercial use than residential.
How do you look at these garage door types? Please feel free to share your valuable feedback in the comments below.