New accessory for aesthetic and efficient garage door modernisation
Quick, clean, beautiful – the new renovation solutions by Teckentrup (Verl) allow replacement of garage doors in a flash. Special casings allow adaptation to the different structural conditions. Sectional garage doors now fit even in prefabricated garages often having cramped space conditions.
Generally when modernising a door, it is possible to make changes to the structural conditions of the garage only at a disproportionately high expense. Special renovation solutions now ensure that the new door is quickly and efficiently fitted in the old garage even in case of unfavourable conditions.
With the new, 85 mm-wide renovation casing, a door can be mounted in almost any existing opening without a buffer. Special retaining profiles simplify the accurate alignment of the casings, which also cover gaps up to 30 mm in width. Doors in affordable standard sizes can thus often be used. If the casing (e.g. in case of a prefabricated garage) lies on the masonry, the 120 mm-wide renovation casing provides for a neat solution. Both the casings are characterised by an extremely simple and quick assembly.
Teckentrup has developed suitable renovation brackets for a frequently faced situation - that of the quoin being damaged on the inside of the garage while removing an old up-and-over door. These cover up the damaged spots and thus save extensive brickwork and plasterwork.
Since frames are visible at the intersection to the wall in most cases, many builders want these components in the same colour as the garage door. Teckentrup thus offers frames in all the available door colours. This ensures aesthetic solutions and reduces the installation time because the assembly cost for an additional frame casing is not applicable. The renovation casings and brackets are also available in the door colour.
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