Adding garage doors to your restaurant is a fabulous way to add a modern flair to your establishment. Whether you have an existing space for a garage door of if you would need to knock down a wall to make room for one, you should consider the possibility of adding a garage door. Here is a look at five of the ways garage doors can improve your restaurant:
1. Glass garage doors brings light into your space.
Although roller garage doors have been made traditionally of metal, they can be made of other materials as well including glass. If you add a garage door full of windows or even a wall of window-filled garage doors to your restaurant, you increase the amount of sun streaming into your facility. The natural light will boost the mood of everyone there
2. Garage doors make it easy to create flow from the interior to the patio.
If you have a patio next to your restaurant, garage doors open the space between the interior of your restaurant and your patio. If you are hosting a wedding reception or a party, this set-up encourages mingling and provides extra space. Even if you only have a small patch of pavement where you can place a few tables, a garage door integrates this space into your restaurant, making the whole place feel larger. When the garage door is open, everyone in your restaurant can enjoy the pleasures of al fresco dining.
3. Garage doors have internal applications as well.
If you are looking for a novel way to split up the space in your restaurant, you can hang garage doors internally. This allows you to create smaller rooms for special events or open up the whole facility for a club night.
4. Industrial features create a compelling vibe.
Industrial features from exposed brick to towering warehouse ceilings to reclaimed wood floors add to the appeal of a commercial space. These features became popular as artists and architects moved into abandoned factories and reclaimed them as their own. Garage doors add to this artistic and industrial feeling.
5. Garage doors do not take up floor space.
Swinging doors and even doors that fold or slide to the side take up some floor space. Garage doors, in contrast, do not. When you open a garage door it is stored near the ceiling. That leaves your restaurant floor free for tables and customers.