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I've found this site about sectional doors: what do you think?

Posted by lucco78 (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 27, 06 at 4:43

The SECTIONAL DOORS are really better than Up and Over garage doors?

Sectional Doors
http://xoomer.alice.it/garage-doors

i think breda sectional doors are beautifoul, do you know this italian company? It's a goog Door's maker?


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RE: I've found this site about sectional doors: what do you think

Strange. Their ad makes you think they have something special when in fact they have what every other door manufacturer has. A good old sectional door. Lots of good American companies out there.


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RE: I've found this site about sectional doors: what do you think

I would never buy anything mechanical or electrical from another country if I could buy it here. Not only are standards very different in other countries it is often impossible to get approval for things you would think didn't need approval.

There certainly are a lot of good custom door manufacturers in the US.

I think the best is Hahn
http://www.hahnswoodworking.com/pages/whybest.html

Designer Doors is a less durable but good looking alternative.
http://www.designerdoors.com/

None of them are a bargain.

Here is a link that might be useful: Custon Garage Doors


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RE: I've found this site about sectional doors: what do you think

I am just laughing.
While 'sectional doors' may be a breakthrough in Italy, they are the standard in the US and have been since after WW2.
This is how every run of the mill garage door in the US works.
What an astounding breakthrough.


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