Commercial Garage Doors
Sectional Overhead Doors
Our commercial sectional style of overhead doors are manufactured by Amarr Garage Doors and have been time tested for decades. These doors include vertical and horizontal track, as well as all required torsion springs and hardware. You will find several models that offer value to budget conscious builders, as well as buyers looking for the highest quality. Single layer, un-insulated steel doors are available in either the medium duty 24 gauge (.0236" - .0316") or the heavy duty 20 gauge (.0356" - .0436"). Economical 2-layer doors (steel + insulation) are also available in the 24 and 20 gauge steel. Good thermal protection is provided by using sheets of 1-7/16” polystyrene insulation with a laminated vinyl backer, which produces a 6.84 R-value.
Our top-of-the-line 3-layer doors (steel + insulation + steel) offer superior thermal protection up to a 19.4 R-value. The sandwich type construction doors provide added strength from the insulation being bonded to the interior and exterior steel skins. They also include the Pro-Bond silicone seal, which unites the two steel surfaces at each joint, and creates a double thermal barrier. The Wear Seal between each section, also adds thermal protection.
We can provide hurricane-proof, wind-rated commercial sectional overhead doors for various wind speeds, depending on your local building code requirements. These doors are reinforced with horizontal struts and certified for all states with wind rating requirements.
Years of Reliability
Commercial Sectional style doors will give many years of low maintenance performance. All steel doors are manufactured from galvanized steel, which is primed and painted with a baked-on finish. The finish is warranted for 10 years.
Coiling Roll-up Doors
The Coiling Roll-up Doors are overhead doors that roll-up onto a cylinder above the opening. They are manufactured by Janus International and/or US Door, who have merged as one company. We offer 26 gauge corrugated steel doors and 24 gauge slat doors. The 26 ga. doors use a continuous sheet of corrugated metal to form the curtain and are sometimes known as curtain doors or sheet doors. The 24 ga. doors use a series of slats to form the curtain. Individual slats can be replaced if damaged. These doors are sometimes referred to as rolling steel doors.
All of our roll-up doors are spring tensioned and rotate on maintenance free, sealed ball-bearings. They can be easily operated without a hoist, but a hoist is recommended for doors over 9' high. Coiling roll-up doors can be special ordered for mounting on the exterior side of the building, if necessary.
We can provide hurricane-proof, wind-rated coiling roll-up doors. These doors include wind lock clips on the vertical edges of the curtain that will lock against a bar inside the guides in the event of high winds. They are certified for areas with wind rating requirements except Dade and Broward County, FL, which require a special pricing.