Tambour door

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A tambour door can be an up-and-over or side closing-opening door, which can consist of narrow or wider horizontal slats and "rolls" up and down, or to the side by sliding along vertical or horizontal tracks.

The United States Department of Energy says, “A door with one fixed panel will have less air leakage than a door with two operating panels.”[1]


  1. ^ joeadmin (2019-08-22). "Should I Hire a Professional to Install My Doors?". Aluminium Windows And Doors. Retrieved 2019-08-28.