Novoferm ISO20 Insulated Flush Sectional Garage Door

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Quick Overview

The principle behind them is simple; compromised of individual sections connected by hinges they rise vertically up tracks and back into the garage roof space. Sectional garage doors are by far the most insulated doors available. See Specification below for full details.

If you are wanting a door over 7' or 2134mm high and you are having an operator you may require some additional equipment. Please call us to discuss your requirements.

Novoferm ISO20 Insulated Flush Sectional Garage Door

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For our sectional doors we supply mainly Novoferm doors. Their sectional doors are of superior quality within the marketplace. The 45mm insulated doors are made of an exclusive double-skinned sandwich construction and filled with a PUR rigid foam core. They have a flexible lip seal which enables them to prevent heat losses and dust from penetrating. A rubber profile EPDM floor seal guarantees optimum protection against water and dirt. They can be operated manually or by adding an operator you can have the doors remote controlled.

All our garage doors, unless otherwise stated, come complete with lock/handle/fitting pack and full instructions. All sizes given are Width x Height. Sectional doors fit behind the brickwork so the door size stated is the size that your opening needs to be. For more information please visit our Technical Help page.

Our doors are available in a range of colours and finishes, and any specific RAL colour by special order.

You really can make a completely unique design with these doors. The glazing options above are for windows going across horizontally along the top panel. However, for other design options or for the more bespoke porthole windows please call us to discuss your requirements.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Novoferm
Mechanism Sectional
Material Steel 20mm Insulated

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