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Sectional Overhead Doors. Domestic, Industrial and Commercial

Sectional overhead doors are vertically opening doors made up of individual sections. The individual sections are stacked vertically with strong hinge plates connecting the sections together allowing them to hinge as they rise and follow tracks back into the garage.
Picture showing how a sectional garage door opens vertically

A sectional overhead garage door opens vertically giving maximum space inside and outside the garage
Picture showing the interior of a Hormann sectional garage door

Back of a Hormann sectional overhead door showing frame, tracks and centrally located motor
Picture of Carteck sectional garage door in White

Sectional door fitted in the usual way, behind the brickwork aperture
Picture of a pair of Hormann Hemlock sectional garage doors finished in white

Double Georgian sectional door in white
Picture of Carteck solid smooth sectional garage door with square aluminium glazing frames

Solid Smooth Carteck sectional overhead door with aluminium window inserts
Picture showing automatic opening of Hormann M-Rib sectional garage door in Golden Oak

Golden Oak medium ribbed Hormann insulated sectional door
Picture showing central seals on Carteck garage door sections

Rubber seals between the individual sections eliminate draughts
Picture showing floor seal on Carteck sectional garage door

Anti-frost EPDM bottom rubber seal compensates for some unevenness in the floor, keeping out cold air, debris and dampness
Picture showing side seals on Carteck sectional garage door

The sections seal against soft rubber side seals built into the fixing frame
Picture of an extra wide Carteck sectional door

Carteck extra wide sectional door for large domestic garages.Domestic appearance, industrial gear and reliability.
Picture of an industrial Carteck sectional door

Industrial sectional door
Picture of an industrial Carteck sectional door

Industrial sectional door

Broadly speaking, sectional doors can be divided into Domestic sectional overhead garage doors and Industrial sectional overhead doors.

Domestic Sectional Overhead Garage Doors

Available in single-skin and 40mm/45mm thick insulated, in numerous styles, finishes and colours. All the steel and GRP sectional doors come fully finished and maintenance-free. Most models are available ex-stock in white, Golden Oak and Rosewood, with colours on slightly longer lead times. They come as manual as standard, but the addition of one of our high quality but heavily discounted automation kits makes the door electric at little extra cost.

Picture of Hormann L-Rib sectional garage door with matching side door

Large rib Hormann sectional door with matching side door
Picture of Hormann Georgian sectional overhead door in Golden Oak

Golden Oak small panel Georgian door
Picture of a pair of Hormann S-Rib sectional garage doors in Hemlock

S-Ribbed Hemlock timber sectional doors

The Hormann 42mm thick insulated steel sectional door and the timber sectional are now "Secure by Design" accredited when fitted with one of Hormann's own motor kits (Promatic & Supramatic) , a testimony to the security and high quality of Hormann's flagship door. Low cost factory width cuts means that most made-to-measure sectional overhead doors can be quickly produced from standard sized doors on short lead times. Due to the technology that has been developed, affordable prices and the numerous colours and finishes available, the steel sectional doors are the most popular. GRP sectional doors and timber sectional garage doors are both high end products for customers looking for something a little bit different.

Industrial Sectional Overhead Doors

Industrial sectional overhead doors are available in various types to suit particular applications. The Hormann SPU F42 is our most popular high quality and secure industrial sectional door, at sensible prices. In built wicket doors and single phase or three phase electric motors, window options and colours are all available.

Picture of Hormann industrial sectional door with inbuilt wicket door

The Hormann SPU F42 with in-built wicket door
Picture of Hormann glazed industrial sectional door

Glazed sectional doors for specialist applications
Picture of Hormann ALR F42 sectional door cladded on site

Hide the door in the building facade with the ALR F42 sectional which is cladded on site
Picture of Hormann insulated industrial sectional doors

Very high insulation is possible with the Hormann DPU insulated industrial sectional overhead doors
Picture showing tracking options of Hormann industrial sectional doors
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Numerous tracking types to suit the building and the application
Picture of a high speed flexi-door

High speed door with aluminium reinforcements and pvc curtain
Picture showing interior of Carteck industrial sectional door

Carteck industrial sectional door showing curly wire safety system and shaft mount motor
Picture of Carteck industrial sectional door with in-built wicket door

Small industrial sectional door with 80mm threshold wicket door, installed in a bakery
Picture showing trip-free threshold on Hormann industrial sectional door

Extra low Hormann trip-free threshold on their insulated industrial sectional overhead doors

Overhead sectional doors with extra low insulation U Values.

These are possible with 42mm to 80mm insulation, as well as fully glazed sectional overhead doors for fire stations, showrooms and a wide range of industry applications. The Hormann ALR F42 glazed door or vitraplan door, for example, mixes transparency and mirroring, ideal for showrooms to facilitate maximum visibility but limit glare.

The ALR F42 is an overhead sectional door for on-site cladding to match the building or for the customer to create a bespoke design of door. Ceiling line tracks, high lift tracks, low headroom gear, high use motors, high speed and spiral doors are all available to suit your needs.

Due to the vast selection available and each individual commercial door(s) job being different, we will need an exact specification, drawings and ideally photographs (if the unit is already built) in order to accurately work out prices. Please send these to us when the enquiry is made, with your list of requests and specific questions. Our basic self survey measure-up form will help with the measure up.