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Doors

Doors are an integral part of any building, by providing aesthetic beauty, privacy, and well needed security.

Entry Door Options

The entrance door of your business creates a great first impression for your company, as well as providing security for your building. Entry doors come in a variety of styles, functions and materials. If you want an entrance with a stunning focal point, then a wood door with glass panes or wrought iron would be a beautiful choice.

Are you worried about safety? Solid wood or steel doors can provide significant protection for a business.  If your needs are durability and energy efficiency, fiberglass doors are well insulated and very strong. Larger entrances, such as showrooms, benefit from extra-wide sliding glass doors.

The list is endless, and fortunately there are hundreds of commercial and residential doors to choose from.

  • Steel (24 or 25-guage steel) – Durable, high-security, economical, good insulation value, fire rated (20 or 90 minutes), available in wood or steel edge, low-maintenance, reinforced internal lock block, energy efficient, depending on the environment – won’t rot or warp like wood.
  • Fiberglass – Good alternative to wood or steel, very durable, resists splitting, denting, warping and cracking, comes in smooth and textured (wood grain), can be stained or painted, fire rated (20 minutes of protection), warp resistant, energy efficient with good insulation value, dent resistant, low-maintenance, smooth or wood-grain finishes, can be painted or stained.
  • Wood – Typically not fire rated, high-end look, ability for great attention to detail, scratches can be easily repaired, good insulation value, durable, and strong.

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INTERIOR DOORS

Interior doors are important components of your business, for both privacy and aesthetics.  Door swing, material, sound proofing and style, are important features of a new door. Our commercial remodeling experts will measure your doorway and help you choose the appropriate door for your business.

Styles

Whether you are replacing, building, remodeling, or building – the style of door you select is important to the overall look of your office or building.

Panel Doors

Panel doors are a fashionable option for most interior doors due to the large variety of styles available.  Square or rectangular patterns can range from eight or more panels to a single large panel. Glass inserts can add a decorative element and come in a wide variety of choices.

French Doors

French doors are known for adding a striking look to any office or entryway. They are typically constructed with glass inserts or a full pane of glass. They are configured with two hinge-hung doors that swing towards each another.

Bifold Doors

Bifold doors are a set of interior doors that fold into each other and are mounted and hung from a track. Storage cabinets, electronic closets, and pantries, benefit from bifolds since they work well in small spaces.

Flush doors

Flush doors offer a more modern look and are typically constructed of plywood or MDF. They are in-expensive and can be painted to correspond with woodwork and walls. Entirely flat, they have no details, glass or panels.

Galvanized Steel Doors

Impact, galvanized steel doors are perfect for restaurants, grocery stores or areas that have light to heavy foot or cart traffic. They come in a variety of gauges, sizes, styles and can include kick plates for additional protection.

 

Interior Door Material

Solid Wood

While costlier than most interior doors, solid wood is classic and durable. These doors can be constructed from a variety of wood, including: pine, cherry, maple, and mahogany.

MDF

Medium density fiberboard is an engineered item that includes most interior doors. It cannot be stained, but is durable and doesn’t warp like solid wood doors.

Hollow Core

The least pricey option for interior doors, hollow core is made of composite or plywood. Hollow on the inside, it is ineffectual as a barrier for sound or temperature.

Solid Core

Solid core doors are better at controlling temperature and sound then other types of doors. They have a solid interior comprised of a wood fiber blend, and an exterior layer made of molded composite or plywood.

Metal & Glass

Modern, with a light feel, glass and metal and glass doors are great ‘statement’ doors. Affordable and easy to retain, these doors are perfect for rooms that require little to no privacy.

 

Repair or Replace

Does Your Building Need a New Exterior Door?

Entrance door creaking? Feeling a draft? It might be time to consider replacing your exterior door. Exterior doors take a great deal of abuse, ranging from constant opening and closing to withstanding harsh weather. Check out these tips to determine if it’s time to replace or repair.

  • Drafts - Drafts indicate defective weather seals. As the seals age, they crack or shift and allow warm or cold or warm air into your building. To check for possible drafts, run your hand around the shape of the door. If you feel warm or cold air, your seals may be worn out. Air leaks can have an adverse impact on your utility bills.
  • Sticking - Does your door stick when you open it? A sticking door can mean that it no longer fits within the frame because of shrinking wood, or a warped door. It can also mean that the base of your threshold is wearing down. If you see light coming from around the door, then the door and frame are no longer a tight fit.
  • Squeaks - Squeaky hinges can be a sign of a deteriorating door. Hinge screws can sink within the door because of cracking, warping or shrinking wood. Repeatedly tightening the hinges can further escalate the problem.
  • Splits – Cracking or splitting wood exposes a structurally weak door. A frail door will not fit within the frame properly causing further problems.

If your exterior door isn’t working correctly, it probably needs to be replaced. If it is just a matter of a small crack, or loose threshold, then a repair is all that is required. However, doors and windows are the central source of air leakage. So, if your door is exchanging hot air for cool air and vice versa, then protect your utility bills out and consider having it replaced.

If your business needs new doors, or if you have any questions regarding doors, give Commercial Remodelers of America a call at (800) 688-1620 for a Free consultation.

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Door Services

Commercial Remodelers of America offers door services for Apartments and Hotels, Builders and Developers, Offices, and Retail and Restaurants.

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