What is a Sectional Door?
Sliding up like garage doors and letting in light like windows, sectional doors show interior flair
Houzz 31 July 2017
Sectional doors have hinged panel segments that slide up and overhead along tracks. Hinges allow the panels to pivot as they move from vertical to horizontal when the door is opened. These doors are usually large and used for tall and wide openings.
Whereas traditional floor-to-ceiling windows don't open completely, the sectional door allows you this option.
These sectional doors unlike most, don't have hinges nor do they pivot; they simply slide up to toward the high ceiling when opened.
Rooms with lower ceilings still need the pivoting function of the sectional door.
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