Sectional Garage Doors Cambridgeshire
Here at Fenland Garage Doors, we have many years of experience throughout Cambridgeshire when it comes to installing Sectional Garage Doors. Our installers have NVQ qualifications and are qualified Door System Engineers, ensuring a fully compliant installation with EN Regulations regarding Moving Machinery within the home.
We supply and install a selection of high-quality Hormann sectional doors as we believe they are superior in terms of security and durability. The most important feature of a sectional door is that, unlike up-and-over doors, they do not swing out when being used. The panels of the door move up and curve at the top of the garage, and then sit parallel to the ceiling.
These Hormann sectional doors are available in 3 different thicknesses which are: non-insulated, 42mm insulation and 67mm insulation. Additional insulation will help maintain a more stable environment inside your garage.
We offer exceptional customer service alongside our free quotes service, where we will provide a no-obligation quote for residents in Cambridge and the surrounding areas of Cambridgeshire.
Our selection of Hormann sectional garage doors come with up-and-over tracks, so the doors don’t swing outwards but instead roll smoothly along the ceiling line when opened or closed. These sectional garage doors are highly regarded in the market for their strength, security and reliability.
Why Choose Fenland?
Frequently Asked Questions
Sectional garage doors are known for their high level of security. The design often features sturdy materials such as steel or aluminium, along with a lack of external handles or hinges, making them more resistant to forced entry.
Many sectional garages do not require planning permission. However, permission is required for any garage which is not for domestic use or is over a certain height. Generally speaking, you don’t require planning permission to install a garage door or to change either the colour or the style of what was there before.
Sectional garage doors operate by moving in a vertical and then horizontal direction. When activated, the door lifts vertically, using tracks on either side of the opening. Once fully open, it moves horizontally along the ceiling, following the track. This design allows for a smooth and space-efficient process, making sectional doors a popular choice for many homeowners.