Roller shutters – how do they differ from sectional garage doors?
Roller shutters have become an important part of our lives. One can't think of a secure environment without them. Panels in some options can be stacked internally or externally while some designs offer the option of doors sitting half in and half out. The doors with external stacking are a hot favorite as they don't occupy much floor space. Some other features that are available are glazing, trickle ventilation, textured paint finish, cat flaps or marine environmental finishes which you can specify with the design of your choice. If you desire to get roller shutters installed at your premises, you should opt for ADV. We provide superior installation, repair and shutter maintenance services. But one needs to be careful when it comes to differentiating between sectional doors and roller shutters. We can take a look at the differences- Roller garage door is certainly a neat and compact option for fitting the structural garage openings. This is because these doors can be fitted to nearly every shape and size. You can have it open inside, in between or outside. This helps in providing a neat, compact style along with ease of operation. The sectional garage door On the other hand, the sectional garage door requires space in the interior part for the horizontal runners to keep operating smoothly. Both the doors operate vertically. In reality, the roller doors require a lot more headroom to adjust the curtain roll. But it is more often than not that the roller shutter doors are preferred over sectional doors. It seems it is only a matter of publicity. While the roller shutters are publicized, the sectional doors are not. Salesmen find it easier to install, repair and provide service for roller shutters. They are also priced reasonably and you will find that the roller shutter is the less expensive options. Areas of difference
- Door designs