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When it comes to providing state-of-the-art roll up doors that fuse quality with durability, no-one knows better than us. We are a U.S-based company, and our cutting-edge service doors are the perfect choice for both commercial and residential settings. Over the past 10 years, we have evolved into a leading name for both small and large companies alike. Thousands and thousands of our rolling steel doors are in operation all over the world, every day of the year. Shop today or call us for a free quote.
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We offer features such as certified wind load rated, 26 gauge steel curtains and insulated doors. All our overhead door systems above 10x10 come with reduced drive chain hoist and our products offer special features for commercial install. Our model 2500 is a heavy duty metal door with 12 gauge components. Our P.A.I.D. (pre assembled industrial door) are great for mini warehouse, shop, residential and shed use. If you need rolling steel doors check out our door models such as the Model 1000 which offers special features for easy installation. The Model 650 and Model 750 are ideal for light use in a residential home setting, as a shed door or work shop door.
Built to be easy to install, durable and simple to maintain, our Model 650 Mini Storage Door includes features such as a ratchet tensioner, a factory installed stainless steel latch and an enclosed barrel that houses a dead axle assembly. This door design can eliminate the need for upgrades or additional charges. Available up to 10' wide by 10' high it includes factory installed galvanized reinforced 16 gauge brackets (12 gauge for doors over 9' wide or 8' tall) are designed to easily snap onto the guides, reducing installation time.
We have achieved wind load certification with the Series 750. The Series 750 was designed to meet strict wind load requirements for mini warehouse functions while still providing the best operation in the industry. The new innovative design has minimized the locking and reinforcement needed to strengthen the door to pass harsh wind load testing. Available up to 10' wide by 10' high it is constructed with full hard galvanized grade 80 steel and is available in 20 Colors
We have once again raised the bar with the Model 1000. The Pre-Assembled Industrial Door (PAID) features the traditional dependability and sturdiness of a commercial overhead door, while significantly saving time and money during installation. How? The push-up operation comes with brackets and tensioner pre-assembled. In addition, the guides install to jamb as a single assembly. Pre-assembly from the factory means less time spent on installation, therefore saving you money. Backed by a one year warranty, our PAID Model 1000 is a solid and practical investment for commercial/industrial usage. Available up to 10' wide by 10' high the model 1000 is built for maximum energy efficiency and easy push-up operation
Our certified wind load rated Model 3100 roll up garage door meets or exceeds some of the most stringent building codes. Labratory tested for durability and strength, this door design offers smooth operation, quick installation and more user friendliness than similar doors offered by our competition. The 26 gauge corrugated curtain is manufactured from full hard galvanized grade 80 steel and coated with super durable polyester paint that is backed by a 40 year film integrity and 25 year no-fade limited paint warranty . Independently tested in accordance with ASTM-330, the series 3100 meets requirements of Standard Building Code, International Building Code and Florida Building Code . Design wind load is rated +36 PSF and -41 PSF for opening widths through 12'0" and +35 PSF d in over 20 different standard colors. It is available up to 20' wide by 14' high (larger heights available for smaller widths)
Each commercial steel door we sell is made using a hollow metal shell that's been reinforced and filled with insulation. Our manufacturers supply us with commercial steel entry doors that meet stringent guidelines from the Steel Door Institute. They've also passed testing by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Underwriters Laboratories (UL), American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
At CDF, we have both single and double industrial steel doors. And if you need to add louvers or you're looking for commercial metal doors with glass kits, you've come to the right place. There are other reasons to choose CDF for quality door products:
If you're looking for high-quality, heavy-duty commercial steel doors for your building project, CDF can help. We have all the doors you need for industrial, commercial and institutional applications. For your convenience, CDF ships from our warehouses around the country right to your work site. Find the right style and build your quote today!
You'll find industrial steel doors in just about every public building. Schools, stores, offices, hospitals, manufacturing plants and other facilities have commercial steel doors specially designed to handle heavy traffic areas.
It's widely acknowledged in the door industry that commercial steel entry doors are the best value. They generally outlast wood doors by more than 10 years and are very affordable. In addition, a commercial steel door is better insulated than wood or fiberglass. Commonly used on commercial building exteriors, our commercial fire-rated doors can handle ratings up to three hours, meaning they're suitable for fire-rated openings.
High-definition paneling for distinct styles with shadow lines. Make a statement with decorative glass, then match sidelites, transoms and coordinating garage door windows to enhance the total curb appeal of your home. Energy efficient, Clopay steel door systems feature a solid insulating core, 12" wood lock block to secure the lock set, and high performance composite bottom rails that resist rot and insect damage.
Looking for a new front door with glass? You can personalize your steel entry door by choosing decorative glass and matching sidelights, which come in options from plain glass to insulated designer beveled and etched glass. There are 5 glass designs to choose from: 8 panel center light, light, full light, oval and light planked. These wonderful glass options come in tempered and triple glazed glass for safety and high insulation properties. With 18 factory finished paint colors and decorative hardware options, you can select a new steel entry door that exactly matches your taste and the style of your home.
At Tom Adams, we have all of your fiberglass exterior door needs covered. With many options to choose from, the options are unlimited. Our award-winning installation team will ensure your satisfaction and guarantee the performance of your door for many years to come.
To choose the proper jamb size, measure the height and width of the existing door jamb between the inside edges of the casing. Add 1/2 inch to the frame height and 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch to the width. The width of the door is measured across its face. Most doors are sold as 3-0 (36 inches) or wider.
Companies such as Lamson-Taylor, Pella, and Simpson discourage bowing and warping by laminating two pieces of wood to create the stiles and rails. Split construction is also used for door panels, but they have an insulation core. The result is a wood door with an insulation value of about R-5 compared with R-2 for conventional versions. These doors cost about $300 to $500.
Solid-wood doors cost the most. A 3-foot-wide x 6-foot 8-inch-high, six-panel pine door runs at least $600, while hardwood doors are even more expensive. Figure on about $2,000 to $4,000 for a complete system that includes a prehung door in its frame, hinges, locksets, sidelights, and weatherstripping.
When shopping for prefinished wood doors, look for durable stains and clear finishes, such as polyurethane. High-gloss sheens offer the best protection for painted doors. Whichever finish you choose, apply it to the top and bottom edges. This helps prevent a wood door from absorbing moisture and swelling.
Also look for careful detailing. As a rule, the more intricate the carvings and moldings, and the thicker and wider the stiles and rails, the better the door. The same goes for panel thickness. For example, the high-end doors from Nord have 1 3/8-inch panels compared with the 9/16- and 3/4-inch panels on low-end models.
Steel doors also cost the least: Prices start at about $150 for a 3-foot-wide x 6-foot 8-inch-tall paneled door without hardware or glazing. A steel-door system with sidelights and premium hardware can nearly equal the cost of a wood-door system, however.
All steel doors have an inner frame made of wood or, for greater strength, steel. The cavities within the frame are filled with high-density foam insulation. Premium doors typically have a 24-gauge skin and a steel frame, though some offer heavier-gauge steel (represented by a lower number). The surface usually is smooth or has an embossed wood-grain pattern.
Most steel doors are coated with a baked-on polyester finish that requires periodic repainting. Premium versions get a vinyl coating similar to the one on vinyl-clad windows for greater weather resistance. Some even have a stainable wood-fiber coating or, on really high-end versions, a laminated-wood veneer.
Also, if you choose an embossed wood grain, make sure it runs horizontally on the rails and vertically on the stiles. Finally, check the warranty. Some manufacturers will void it if you install an aluminum storm door with the steel door. The reason: Heat buildup between the doors might cause the finish to peel.
Fiberglass-composite doors are tough and maintenance-free, and are a smart choice for harsh or humid climates. They mimic the look of wood with wood-grain texturing and can be stained to match oak, cherry, walnut, and a variety of other woods. Beneath their molded surface is a framework of wooden stiles and rails, including wood edges for the lockset. Voids in the framework are filled with polyurethane-foam insulation. 041b061a72