We have a colour chart available to help you perfectly match your new garage door colour to the colour of your home.
One benefit of sectional doors is that they can be fitted into areas with minimal headroom space. (This is the room between the lintel and the lowest part of the ceiling). While roller doors can require up to 500mm of headroom space, sectional doors only requires around 250mm, making them an ideal option for homeowners with limited room.
An additional advantage of sectional garage doors is that, unlike one-piece tilt doors, they do not swing forward into the driveway. This means that you can park your car right up against your sectional garage door without worrying about it getting damaged by a door that opens up into it.
Our commercial sectional doors can be motorized with high-cycle motors. This enables them to be operated by on-site safety systems (like the fire system), which would open the door and leave it open in the event of an emergency. It would only shut once being reset, allowing all tenants to exit as needed.
1S Sectional Colourbond
4S Sectional Madison
5S Sectional Statesman
6S Sectional Statesman with Windows
7S Statesman with Sherwood Windows
8S Timber Effect Seville
9S Timber Effect Grange
10S Statesman with Stockton Windows
11S Grange with Sunrise Windows
16S Timber Effect Seville
17S Grange with Windows
21S Timber Effect Seville
23S Sectional Door with Windows
24S Sectional Galvapanel
25S Sectional Grange
26S Sectional Grange
30S Sectional Seville
32S Section Doors
33S Sectional Doors
The sectional doors that we design at Dandenong Garage Doors come in eight standard patterns, with the option of a smooth or textured finish. That being said, we also offer more extensive additions for those after a truly unique sectional garage door.
All of our sectional doors are able to be manufactured with custom features for a fully personalised garage door. A popular customisation we offer is cladding the face of the door with any sort of material including timber, aluminium composite, glass, or even more commercial applications such as perforated claddings (which allow ventilation for airflow). We can also add window highlights to many of our door patterns, which allow for natural light and enhance the overall design appeal.
Have a custom sectional garage door design in mind? We can work with you to manufacture a sectional garage door exactly suited to your design and size specifications for your property! From design to delivery and installation in Melbourne and Mornington Peninsula, we will work with you to provide the best garage door solution.
The sectional doors that we design at Dandenong Garage Doors come in eight standard patterns. with the option of a smooth or textured finish.
Sectional Garage Doors FAQ’s
What is a sectional garage door?
A sectional garage door consists of multiple door panels (sections). When in operation they slide back inside the garage and rest parallel to the ceiling. Sectional garage doors are a popular choice as they are versatile in design, functional, offer great curb appeal and are ideal for garages with limited headroom space.
How does a sectional garage door work?
The sections of door panel retract back inside the garage and rest near the ceiling, parallel to the roof. Sectional garage doors do not swing forward into the driveway giving you extra room to park vehicles close to the closed door. Sectional garage doors are ideal for homeowners with limited room.
How much is a sectional garage door?
When were sectional garage doors invented?
Sectional garage doors were invented in the early 1900s. The first person to manufacture and sell sectional doors was C.G. Johnson who founded ‘Johnson’s Overhead Door Company’ in 1921. Many enhancements have been made since then, giving you the quality sectional garage doors installations available today.
Can you buy replacement panels for a garage door?
Yes, you can buy replacement panels for your sectional garage door. Contact your garage door installer to get the correct panel. It is best to leave the installation of new or replacement panels to the professionals, as an incorrect installation could lead to damage more expensive than the panel replacement.