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You’ll want to consider every possible option, with a trusted partner to help you narrow the field down to the best-fit solutions for your requirements. From a wide-angle perspective, consider weighing the pros and cons of Bottom Rolling Hangar Doors to Hydraulic Swinging Doors to Bi-Fold Hangar Doors. Each offers its own sets of advantages and disadvantages based on your specifications and usage requirements.
Your door can be virtually any height or width imaginable. It might be for a newly constructed building or a replacement door for an existing building. Doors can be manually operated or motorized. While most of our bottom rolling doors are for aircraft hangars, maybe your building is something else entirely.
If we’re not best suited for your requirement, we’ll be the first to tell you.
Maybe you’re in a humid, tropical climate subject to Category 5 hurricanes. Perhaps you’re designing an aerospace facility with a 120-foot door height requirement. The last thing you want to do is shortcut the design process.
In the end, you’ll know exactly why your chosen door design is the best fit for your project, exactly what you’re getting, and how much the completed project is going to cost – down to the penny.
AeroDoor has designed some of the largest bottom rolling door systems in the world. The largest active project to date is a door standing over 110ft tall in a 160mph wind zone.
All our design and engineering is performed by US-registered professional engineers and follows the relevant US and USACE design standards.
When it comes time to manufacturing your new doors, all of our welders are certified in accordance with AWS D1.3/D1.3M. Our doors are made from structural steel and designed to operate without any binding, interference, or damage to the adjacent building structure.
Because we handle your entire project in-house beginning to end – from concept to replacement parts.
Imagine buying your next car. Instead of purchasing an Audi or a Mercedes, you decide to buy all of the parts from different manufacturers with 3rd party mechanics handling the assembly. It would never work right? The components just wouldn’t fit together optimally…and who would you call when it came time for repairs?
The same applies to your hangar doors.
“Unlike nearly every other hangar door company in our industry, we do not outsource any of our work or accountability – your hangar door project is handled in-house by AeroDoor team members you can trust from beginning to end.”
Because AeroDoor is handling the entire project from beginning to end, we’re able to deploy a holistic approach.
This means that our Design Team isn’t solely concerned with design. We are motivated to look ahead and to contemplate options that will benefit later stages of the project – during manufacturing, delivery, and installation.
For example, we design and fabricate our doors for what is called semi-knock-down assembly. This means that even the largest doors are able to be shipped to job sites in sectional or singular components. Minimizing shipping costs brings savings directly to your bottom line.
You have just one place to go for anything related to your project from beginning to end. We are fully responsible for your success.
You can rest assured that the most qualified, experienced individuals are assigned to each phase of the job – no freelance work.
Economies of Scale:
Because we’re controlling the entire process from beginning to end, efficiencies mean direct savings that we can pass on to you.
After we’ve designed, built and installed your systems, we know everything about your doors and we’ll be best suited to fix things quickly.
How can the sealability be improved on a hangar door? We can add a floating weather seal across the top of the door. This will provide better weather seal coverage between the top of the door and the building when the roof deflects upwards.