Roller garage doors are often considered because aside from the headroom needed above the opening they take up very little space within the garage offering a very neat installation, Whilst there is a wide range of colours and finishes the design is limited to a horizontal slat.
A sectional door requires less headroom than a roller door above the opening but does require tracks running back into the garage. Sectional doors are also available in a wide range of colours and finishes and do have a choice of panel designs.
Both roller doors and sectional doors are normally installed behind the openings and so often can increase drive through width when replacing an up and over door. This means that you can enjoy a more spacious entrance for your vehicle.
In conclusion, roller and sectional garage doors provide practical and aesthetically pleasing options for homeowners. While roller doors excel in space efficiency, sectional doors offer more design flexibility. By replacing an up and over door with either of these options, you can enhance the functionality and appearance of your garage.