Residential and commercial garage doors offer homes and businesses security, convenience and protection. However, under certain conditions residential and commercial doors can become a safety hazard. Accidents and injuries can occur, typically as a result of misuse or human error. Problems can also sometimes be caused by a malfunction in the system. However, by following these 5 steps, your garage doors can provide maximum convenience and value to your home while optimizing safety for your family and business.

Strip commercial doors or strip curtains are a cost-effective and versatile option for partitioning interiors of a commercial building or adding a second layer of protection in addition to another external barrier. Made of PVC or vinyl strips, strip doors are quick to operate and innovative in their simplicity. Here are five reasons why your business should consider using commercial strip doors.

Fire is a significant threat to your business. In answer to this threat, fire rated commercial doors have been developed to partition your commercial building and reduce the risk of fire spreading throughout your property. Depending on your business, a fire rated door may also be required to comply with building codes. But how beneficial are commercial fire doors, and do you really need them for your commercial property?

Every commercial property needs doors – to protect people, products, and assets. But depending on your industry, your commercial doors could be slowing you down – literally. Commercial doors are designed to be durable, reliable, and secure, which is essential. But it can also mean that these commercial doors are incredibly slow to open and close.

Most businesses are familiar with the look of traditional commercial doors. These are generally made of solid metal, can be paneled or ridged and are often industrial-looking. Commercial garage doors tend to be practical, but not necessarily aesthetically pleasing. However, if you run a business, your commercial garage door may be the first thing your potential customers see when they pull up to your parking lot. It is also likely that your commercial door takes up a good part of your shopfront or façade. For this reason, many businesses choose to select architectural doors instead of the traditional industrial look. Consider these three reasons why you should look into architectural doors for your business.

If you have a commercial garage door, it may eventually malfunction, or fail to operate altogether. These problems may not be caused by simple wear and tear. They may be caused by some environmental factor, such as a fallen tree or they could be due to human error, such as having a truck drive into your commercial garage door. Here we consider more about common types of commercial garage door problems and how you can fix them.

When it comes to installing new commercial doors or maintaining the ones you already have, you want to work with a well-established commercial door company. Good companies will offer a variety of services and products - but great companies will strive to serve their customers not just sell them services and products. When selecting a commercial door company for door installations, repair or maintenance, here are 4 things to consider.