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IDoor Commercial Garage Door Repair Services
Commercial Garage Door Repair
Commercial garage door repair is a specialty of IDoor LLC. We have been providing commercial garage door repair service to businesses in the Seattle area for over 10 years. Our technicians are experienced in all types of commercial garage doors, including sectional steel, steel rolling and aluminum rolling. We also provide emergency services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Our technicians are trained to diagnose problems quickly and efficiently with minimal down time for your business. They will come out to your location to fix any broken springs, rollers, cables or panels within one hour notice. If you need more extensive work done on your commercial garage door we can send out an expert technician to your location with all the necessary parts and tools needed for the job. IDoor Inc has over 200 service trucks ready to go at any time!
We specialize in servicing all brands of commercial garage doors including Wayne Dalton , Liftmaster , Amarr , Clopay , Overhead Door Corporation , Pella and more!
Commercial Garage Door Torsion Springs
Commercial garage door torsion springs are used for large commercial garage doors that open and close on a daily basis. The torsion spring is the most common type of spring used in commercial garage doors. The springs are made of steel wire wrapped around a winding rod, called a barrel, which is attached to the header above the door. When the garage door is lowered, it pulls the barrel down until it reaches its limit. At this point, the inner diameter of the barrel expands and locks in place. This action keeps the weight of the door from falling down once it has been opened.
The torsion spring is designed with a specific amount of tension so that you can lift your garage door without any problems or issues. If you're experiencing problems with your torsion spring, you should contact us right away so we can help get your system back up and running as soon as possible!
Parking Garage Doors
Parking garages can be a great addition to any property, but they also come with some unique challenges. Parking garage doors are the largest and most important part of the system, so you need to make sure that you choose a high quality door that will last for years to come. The type of material you select for your parking garage doors is an important consideration and should be taken into account before making a final decision.
Wooden garage doors are beautiful and appealing, but they are also very heavy and can be difficult to move. Since they are not as durable as metal or steel, they may not hold up well in high-traffic areas or in harsh weather conditions.
Commercial Garage Door Installation
Commercial garage doors are a very important part of your business. They help to protect your employees, products and property. If you have any problems with your commercial garage door, you need to take care of it as soon as possible. The longer you leave a problem, the more likely it is that it will get worse and more expensive to fix. You should schedule an appointment with the IDoor Commercial Garage Door Repair.
The commercial garage door repair professionals at IDoor LLC are highly trained in commercial garage door maintenance and repair. We have been servicing the area for over 10 years, so we have seen just about everything when it comes to commercial garage doors. Our technicians specialize in repairing all types of commercial garage doors including swing away doors, rolling steel doors, sectional steel doors, T-bar aluminum doors and more. We also install new commercial garage doors for businesses that need one installed on their building or facility.
Commercial Garage Door Windows
A commercial garage door window is a great way to add natural light and fresh air to a garage. It also allows you to keep an eye on what's happening outside while you're working inside.
When it comes to installing a commercial garage door window, there are three options:
A fixed-pane window. This type of window has no moving parts and is permanently installed in the door panel.
A hinged window. This type of window has two sashes that open and close like a regular door window. The hinges are usually attached to the header above with bolts and nuts, so they can be removed when not in use. Hinged windows can also be placed in stationary panels, as long as they have sufficient clearance around them so they can open easily without hitting anything (such as another panel).
An operable window. This type of window includes tracks on its bottom edge that allow it to slide horizontally into or out of its frame when operated by an electric motor (see Figure 1). Operable windows are typically used in high-traffic areas where frequent opening and closing is necessary, such as drive-through bank branches or retail stores
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