Expanding and growing your business is a goal achievement that most business owners can appreciate, but sometimes your place of business needs to scale and grow with those changing demands. This company in Gainesville has done just that by adding more access to their building in the form of a new roll up door. Since there was no previous access point here, a new opening has been added to accommodate the new door.
Commercial rolling doors like the one pictured above are a fixture in many different applications, and can be found on metal buildings like this one, as well as various locations such as storefronts, food service areas, and even residential locations. We install commercial doors in Gainesville and the metro area, sometimes even where there's just a wall and no place to install a door! Contact us for more information on our commercial door services online, or at 678-714-7393. Find out more about what Curb Appeal can do for you on our Services page or our Gallery.
This rolling door in Atlanta, Ga had repairs done to damage on some of the top slats. The way the door is installed was a bit unusual due to the structure of the building, and the low clearance above the door. This added a few extra steps to what would normally be a routine repair on a rolling door.
With the awning out of the way, new slats were installed to repair the door. One of the advantages of a rolling slat door is the ability to replace damaged slats. Roll up doors like this often find themselves in harm's way from trucks loading and unloading, or forklifts.
We repair other types of commercial doors in the metro Atlanta area, as well. Contact us online or at 678-714-7393 to find out more about our repair services, or check out our gallery to see more of our work.
The old door on this warehouse bay had seen better days - like before it had been hit by a truck! Commercial doors are built to stand up to heavy duty wear and tear, but they are in a prime position for damage from trucks and forklifts loading and un-loading. It's a common scenario that we're familiar with, and it's one that can create a potentially dangerous situation, especially with larger, and heavier, doors like this one.
This oversized roll up door installed in Buford, GA replaces the one that had seen better days. Damage from the impact to the opening's header was addressed, as well, with a new header installed to accommodate the new door.