The largest entrance door in your home is a garage door. It is also a large part in your home’s curb appeal. The largest moving object in your house deserves some great consideration before it’s purchased. Laforge Doors come in four different types of materials:
A CE marking is a safety declaration by the manufacturer that a product has passed specific safety standards or directives set by the European Union. In order to receive CE approval, Laforge products were successfully tested in Europe by an approved testing facility. Countries within the EU mandate garage door vendors to carry & install only CE approved products.
Sectional overhead doors fall under the Construction Products Directive EN13241-1 which provides the prescriptive and performance requirements for which garage doors must comply. Manufacturers who meet these requirements may apply a CE label to their products. Laforge has upgraded specific hardware components and added safety devices in order to pass and receive CE approval. All CE approved doors sold by Laforge include a CE label per specific EN requirements.
The Laforge Sécuri-Tech Pinch Resistant and the Model T-138 doors carry the CE Certification.