Sectional Commercial Garage Doors

There are several different kinds of garage doors available today, including overhead coil, single panel, and sectional doors. Sectional garage doors are the most popular option in the market today, and for good reason. At A Plus Garage Doors, we help businesses with their day-to-day operations by providing high quality sectional garage doors for their warehouses and storefronts.

Benefits of Sectional Doors

As you consider whether or not a sectional door is right for your commercial garage door, remember these factors:

Safety

In a workplace, or a public location frequented by your customers, safety is of the utmost importance. One of the biggest reasons that people have largely switched from single panel doors to sectionals is safety. Single panel doors utilize extension springs, which can become dangerous if they’re not maintained properly. Additionally, the small space in which sectional doors can operate means that visitors and employees are less likely to have injury or accidents if they’re nearby while the door opens and closes.

Aesthetics

Roll-up doors have the most restrictions in design, while single-panel doors have the least. Sectional garage doors strike a happy medium. In fact, many people prefer the new, segmented appearance of sectional doors to the old single-panel ones. With options to add window panels, decorative hardware, and a variety of colors and materials, sectional doors are a good way to go for aesthetics.

Convenience

There are several ways in which sectional doors are the most convenient option for commercial locations.

  • Space: As mentioned above, sectional doors are able to open and close using less space than single-panel doors. This leaves more space in which to operate your business.
  • Insulation and Hardiness: Sectional garage doors are usually the first choice when it comes to insulation and hardiness. Thicker than overhead coils, they can withstand weather and hold insulation. However, they also beat out single panel doors when it comes to holding up under extreme weather? Why? Well, when a single panel garage door fails, the whole things falls apart and must be replaced, whereas sectional doors can be replaced one panel at a time, ensuring that repairs are inexpensive.
  • Easier repairs: Whether it’s the weather, or a minor graze with a forklift, it’s easier to repair panels of a sectional door than it is to get a whole new roll-up door, or a whole new single-panel frame.

If you have any questions about sectional garage doors for your commercial location, give us a call. We can help you determine which option is best suited to your needs.

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