04 Feb 2019

Garage door guide

Your garage door probably isn’t at the forefront of your mind when designing your self-build but it can make a significant difference to the end result. There’s an abundance to choose from – here, i-build has chosen a few favourites.

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01. Up-and-over garage doors

Garage doors don’t have to be boring. Many companies have attempted to make them a little more interesting than just the standard horizontal or vertical boarded doors.

www.urbanfront.com

02. Bi-fold garage doors

Bi-fold or two-by-two garage doors create a beautiful sleek finish to your opening proving great for spaces where the height availability is limited. It is worth mentioning that there is a loss of space internally when the doors are open of up to 500mm.

www.urbanfront.com

03. Sectional garage doors

A sectional garage door is made up of separate sections rather than a single panel; they rise vertically with no loss of driveway space in front of the garage, and provide full opening drive-through width, giving extra room for wider vehicles such as 4x4s and MPVs.

www.garador.co.uk

04. Roller garage doors

Roller garage doors combine a space-saving design with the convenience of an electrically operated door.

www.garador.co.uk

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