Doors & Frames Commercial & Industrial
Interior and exterior industrial and commercial doors and frames need to be durable. That’s why it’s important for them to be durable, and able to withstand a lot of use. Retail stores, banks, industrial plants, and labs all need secure, fire safe doors. Door and frame installation professionals can install the latest in steel or iron doors, and have expert knowledge of parts replacement as well.
Some manufacturers specialize in commercial steel doors and frames, while others focus more on decorative doors like French or sliding. Some companies are glass window companies, offering doors of all kinds that incorporate windows. Many provide custom services, offering unique doors and frames for each client’s needs. They may offer installation and parts replacement as well, in addition to sales of exterior and interior front and back wood doors.
Many providers of doors and frames have websites for customer convenience. On these sites, you may find drawings, specifications, certifications, and usage guides you can utilize to place an order. Some provide volume pricing for clients that need lots of products at once, from front doors to hinges. Virtual assistance may be available, along with 24-hour phone support. Customers can set up appointments with dealers or installation at a mutually convenient time. They may also request a free quote on sales or repair of exterior or interior doors beforehand.
Many companies have specialties, such as fire resistant, acoustical, bullet proof, and lead lined. Others offer standard entry way doors, from aluminum and vinyl to fiberglass and patio. They should offer warranties on products, too, including screens. Sales associates can recommend the best material for a client’s needs, whether that includes wood such as oak for closet doors or folding entry ways such as for a boutique.