Recently, there has been a resurgence in the popularity of the classic and traditional side-hinged garage door design. Side-hinged garage doors, as the name suggests, are hinged at the sides and open outward. Their simplicity makes them a fantastic, no-fuss alternative to other garage door styles.
Side-hinged garage doors are an excellent solution for homeowners looking for convenience, security, and a classic aesthetic.
They are packed with features and are perfect for those with limited space or headroom, as they require no room to swing open. They also offer extra security, as they can be locked from the outside. They tend to be lighter and don’t require any heavy lifting to open them. With the ability to open and close independently, a side-hinged garage door is a convenient choice for quick and easy access to your garage.
Side Hinged Garage Doors can be easily upgraded with a top-notch locking system, weather stripping, and reinforced frame installation for added security.
One thing to note about side-hinged garage doors is that they conventionally open outwards, therefore it might not suit a drive that slopes upward as it could obstruct the full opening of the door.
At Chase Garage Doors, we only supply the highest quality side-hinged garage doors, to ensure the longevity and stability, especially with UK weather.
The colour and finish options for side-hinged garage doors vary by manufacturer and material, but common options across all of our suppliers include natural wood, painted wood, and various shades of steel or aluminium.
Speak to one of our Garage Door experts at our showroom or over the phone, who can talk through your needs and budget to find the best garage door to suit you. Once you have chosen the perfect one, we will arrange a free on-site survey before ordering and installing your new side-hinged garage doors.
Our professional team ensures that the installation process is quick and effortless, guaranteeing fast results that can be completed in just one day. The process for installing a side-hinged garage door typically involves measuring the opening to ensure proper size, preparing the opening and door for installation, attaching the hinges and hardware, and then making final adjustments to ensure optimal operation.