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Roll Up Doors

Fire Rated Doors

Fire Rated Doors require special materials and sealing to provide damage security when needed. In applications where fire is a threat the capabilities of fire rated doors can keep fire and smoke out of other occupied areas of the building to minimize risk of more extensive damage.

Roll-up Service Doors

Roll-up Service doors are made up of multiple slats, typically 2-3” in height.  The total height of the roll-up door is increased by connecting multiple slates for the desired height requirement.  Widths are custom cut to the door width requirement.

Counter Roll Up Doors

Counter Roll-up Doors are a small version of a standard roll-up door. They incorporate the same rugged construction for durability and security, easy to operate and come in variety of configurations and styles. Countertop roll-up doors stow away in a cylindrical canister when open, minimizing overhead interference.

Roll-up Sectional Doors

Roll-up Sectional Doors “roll-up” in a track and rests inside the building when open. When open, the door rests horizontally flat overhead. The door is made up of sections that can be 12” to 20” high, with or without windows. Multiple sections make up the total height desired for the application.

Insulated Service Doors

Insulated Service Doors help keep buildings warm in the winter and cool in the summer as well as reducing noise from outside. Insulated doors usually pay for themselves with savings for heating and air conditioning expenses over the first 5yrs of use.

High Cycle Roll-up Steel Doors

High Cycle Roll-up Steel Doors are needed when the door is operated more than 35 cycles per day. These doors generally look and operate like a standard roll-up door but include high quality rollers, barrel and spring to endure high cycle usage.

One Piece Counterweight Door

One Piece Counterweight Doors are typically used in small industrial buildings with door openings up to 12’ X 15’. They offer the option of a pilot door to alleviate the need to have a separate personnel door opening in the wall to allow human entry and exit.

Two Piece Counterweight Doors

One Piece Counterweight Doors are typically used in small industrial buildings with door openings up to 12’ X 15’. They offer the option of a pilot door to alleviate the need to have a separate personnel door opening in the wall to allow human entry and exit.