This is the most frequently asked question by anyone looking for a new garage door.
Well it all depends on the type of door you are looking for and what characteristics are important to you? There are 3 main types of garage doors and they are all quite different.
A roller door (one that rolls up into a bundle at the top of the garage opening) is the cheapest of all garage doors. It is somewhat out of date these days but it is still used. These doors are usually installed on units or on homes that are rented out. They offer basic security for your car but little in the way of style.
Next we have the more frequently used doors of today referred to as a sectional garage doors. These doors are made of individual panels, usually 4 or 5 panels are used to make the correct door height.
Sectional garage doors operate differently to roller doors, when sectional doors are opened they move backwards, underneath and parallel to your garage ceiling. There are a few added benefits with this style of door.
Insulated Garage Doors are the complete package.
A sectional door can vary dramatically in price depending a lot on who's selling it and what it is made from. Most sectional doors are made from a single sheet of steel that has been rolled and pressed into shape.
Wouldn't you rather have a door that performs and looks great!
Here at IGD we recommend insulated garage doors, because they are a better quality garage door.
Because we are the importer and wholesalers we have stock on hand and can usually install a door within 2-3 weeks from an order being placed. Our garage doors are competitively priced are installed complete with 2 deluxe remote controls, wireless wall switch, security keypad, belt drive and powder coated tracks and hardware.
What would you rather have? A single sheet of steel called a garage door or a 40mm thick polyurethane insulated garage door?