Insulated Sectional Door Price Guide

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Insulated Sectional Door

Insulated Sectional Door

Insulated Sectional Door





Electric Operation:

from £450 extra


Insulated Sectional Door - Double Width

Prices Range:

£2,800 - £3,500

A sectional overhead insulated garage door is possibly the highest performing standard type of door there is on offer in the UK. A standard sectional door will have so many features offered and yet so many people still look at roller type doors just because of the insulated tag and the vertical operation. An insulated sectional door will have a similar insulation to a wall on a house, it will have great strength from having nearly a 2 inch thick sandwich steel panel construction and it has been designed to be a manual operated door first with electric operation as an option so it already works very well without a motor drive. It is super durable and super reliable and makes any garage a comfortable place, with the peace of mind of the security offered by the door. Try to get a tested U value on an insulated roller door… You cannot!

So many sizes and available up to a whopping 8m wide as a domestic garage door!!

So many finishes and designs to choose from and all with fantastic guarantees. Almost any colour is possible and there is a massive choice of laminate foils offering woodgrain and trendy finishes all with a 10 year guarantee. Modern, traditional and designer models, all with so many options on the finer details, as well as windows, proper windows not just a token gesture.

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Expect to pay between £2,800 and £3,500 inc. VAT installed for a standard high quality double width sectional door installed, with a great choice of standard finished colours and a wide range of standard sizes covering all the usual UK structural opening sizes.
A sectional door is designed to fit BEHIND a structural opening and if the door needs to go inbetween the structural opening and underneath the lintel, some additional work and equipment is required so it will put the price up.

Various methods for fitting between are offered depending on what levels of performance and finish you required.

The opening width size is generally between about 4.2m and 4.6m on a standard UK size double width garage. Sectional doors are available in standard and made to measure sizes on the width and the height with a standard height being around 2.2m in the UK. Price above is based on a 4420mm x 2125mm door (14ft 6” x 7ft 0”). 



White tends to be the standard colour finish but recently many manufacturers have added black and anthracite grey to the list as the demand has grown so much. There tends to also be around 16 optional standard colours to choose from at a small extra charge with any RAL or British Standard colour reference is also possible with additional charges depending on the popularity and availability of the colour.

There will be some woodgrain laminate foil coating finishes and some manufacturers now offer a massive choice using this technology and can simulate a lot of woodgrains and finishes not possible in paint. Printing is also possible on a specific range we offer and that means you can literally have whatever you want on the front of the sectional door… Literally anything!!

The sectional garage door has the most colour and finish options of any standard door type available.


A sectional door is designed as a manual spring assisted door in its basic form and therefore has manual locking as a manual door. The standard locking is good, a large and unique internal latching mechanism which is locked via a euro profile hardened cylinder. However, most sectional garage doors are bought as electric operated and then the manual locking is left out completely and the electric boom type operator which drives the door is the locking. Most modern operators have some kind of security mechanism and a manual override internally but some go a bit further and some have even been given the Secure by design accreditation when specified in a certain way.

A sectional door by its very nature is very secure compared to most other garage door types because of the strength of the double skinned steel panels and the multiple rollers either side encapsulated into steel tracks. Forcing a sectional door is not going to get much movement at all, they sit solid and defiant when closed.. If a good quality electric operator is set up properly then trying to force the door from the ground upwards is near on impossible for a person with basic tools.


With the standard electric operator option all you have to do is press a button either on one of the 2 hand transmitters supplied or the wall mounted control station which sits inside your garage with a built in courtesy light also built in. If there is a power cut then you have to enter the garage by another door and release the motor drive to operate the door manually which will be quite effortless. If there is no other access then there is a release mechanism which is attached to the handle or drilled into the panel as a key release mechanism with cable attachment.

OUR VIEW: from 35 years of experience...

Sectional insulated garage doors offer pretty much the best standard specification for any garage door and are definitely the best value for money compared to any other door. As a double width door, and definitely on a triple width, the inherent strength in the panels comes into its own. No sagging or deflection in the panels when the door is open or closed unlike many roller doors at these larger sizes. 

Nearly all sectional doors in the UK are now 40 - 45mm double skinned, foam filled steel for the panels and use a variation of spring balancing and assistance methods to help the door up and down smoothly.

The variations in colour and finish options combined with the options on windows and design elements make this door type possible the most versatile and definitely one of the best choices at any size.
Strength, Longevity, Security and Style all are words which spring to mind along with the simple fact the insulated sectional door offers performance like no other door as standard and at far lower prices than you expect for such a magnificent piece of engineering. By the way, ignore anything online stating average prices for sectional doors from companies like Checkatrade and the like, they are completely out of touch on pricing and specifications available.

If you use your garage a lot and enter on foot then the sectional door can also offer you another piece of engineering wonder - The wicket or pedestrian inset door. A door within a door, or in other words a smaller hinged door you can use when the complete door is closed. On the double width sizes the maximum width this is available in is around 4.5m wide. It is an ideal solution for garages where the car is not stored or if the garage is being used for almost any purpose and you need some security and insulation as provided as standard. 

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