Roller Shutters: Sectional Overhead Doors

“Roller shutter” is a broad term for a wide range of doors that are available.

All have a different, specialised purpose. You will be familiar with them on vans, garages, kitchens, schools, prisons, warehouse and your homes (garage doors). So ideal for industrial and domestic use. Many businesses use them as they can be opened and closed quickly and easily.

It is a door made up of horizontal slats/ Bars that are hinged together so they work in unison to form a secure shield.

Some can be electric and you programme a remote control. They are multi-functional and protect against wind, rain as well as vandalism and burglary. You can see from our the range of shutters we supply.

One type of door is the sectional overhead door, this is as door that glides up under the roof when opened, which is why it is ideal for garages as it is compact and doesn’t take up much needed space. Hence, allowing free space around the door opening and leaving the door opening completely free.

This applies to inside the building too, valuable space is not wasted because the door sections can be discreetly parked underneath the ceiling or sometimes vertically on the wall depending on the tracking configuration specified.

Sectional doors are commonly available as single skin galvanized steel panels but you can get double skinned panels.

They offer durability, reliability, affordability, space efficiency, and high performance attributes that make it the best option for most companies and for your home. At SRL Ltd we assure you that our products are made only with high-quality materials that can withstand the demanding commercial or industrial environments. One major factor is ease, ease of installation and ease of use.

Our Sectional Overhead Doors are popular along with all our roller shutters. So for your commercial, industrial and domestic needs contact SRL Ltd today.

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