Up-and-over doors are the most popular type of garage door.
There are two types:
Generally the least expensive type of garage door. Around one-third of the garage door protrudes into the driveway when the door is open.
The entire door retracts into the garage, leaving more space in front of the door.
Canopy and retractable garage doors in steel, GRP or timber
The up-and-over garage doors I supply and fit are available in either steel, GRP (Glass Reinforced Polyester – i.e. fibreglass) or real timber. Whatever your style of home or personal taste, there is a huge selection of timeless and modern designs to choose from, with the option to incorporate glazing in many styles. Steel doors are galvanised with a high quality durable polyester powder coating in white as standard or in a choice of 6 colours, including 2 Decograin woodgrain finishes. GRP canopy or fully-retracting garage doors are available in gloss white or a choice of woodgrain finishes to match existing hardwood or woodgrain effect uPVC windows and doors. Timber garage doors are manufactured of high quality cedar wood – selected for its natural durability, sound absorption and insulation properties. A range of traditional and modern panelled designs are available and can be supplied stained to the colour of your choice.
Integral safety features as standard
All doors feature multi-point locking and integral safety features as standard and can be manually or automatically operated. For more information about canopy and fully-retracting garage doors please contact Ian Fisk or click here to visit the Hormann website.