Bi-folding garage doors open on themselves, featuring a pair of door slabs folding and stacking to the edges of the opening (like folding closet doors) for maximum access. It also takes less time to open and/or close bi fold garage doors than full out swing or overhead doors. Bifold garage doors can be opened manually or automatically. High precision perimeter seals are available to ensure separation from the elements when your bi-fold garage doors are in the closed position.
With a four-fold door, you enjoy convenience and accessibility even in the smallest of environments. If you’re going to look past the conventional overhead garage door for your business, you should be sure to consider the four-fold door. Four-fold garage doors feature two additional slats to cover a wider area. For this reason, they are common in fire stations and mass transit facilities where large trucks come and go on a regular basis. These doors open horizontally instead of vertically, so you don’t have to wait for the door to clear your vehicle’s headroom and you can see exactly when you have enough space to exit the garage.
When it comes to speed and durability, high speed commercial doors are in a class of their own. These doors operate faster than traditional rolling doors while offering low maintenance demands and exceptional life cycles. We install custom high-speed rolling doors and security grilles suited for a range of commercial uses, ranging from a parking garage to a busy loading dock.
These durable impact traffic doors are designed for use in a wide variety of applications, including grocery, retail, commercial and light industrial. The thick door panels are constructed with a structural PVC internal framework, clad with impact resistant ABS face sheets. They feature black bumpers on both sides of the door to endure heavy-duty use that serve a great purpose when heavy traffic is involved.
Strip doors, or strip curtains, are a great way to reduce energy costs and separate workplace environments. Strip doors help you separate and partition off certain sections of your workspace. Keep out dust, weather, fumes, noise, and other elements with a vinyl strip door.