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PostPosted: Wed Dec 13, 2017 12:54 pm    Post subject: What is a Commercial Steel Door? Reply with quote

A commercial steel door is a metal door that can withstand frequent heavy use while keeping a building secure for many years. These doors are used in commercial settings, including schools, industrial buildings, and storage facilities. Steel doors are hung in steel frames, which can provide a better level of support and security than a wood frame. The term “hollow metal door” is commonly used to refer to a steel commercial door in order to help distinguish a swinging door from an overhead roll-up steel door.

While steel doors may be used on the interior of structures, they are almost always the best choice for exterior applications. A commercial steel door is one of the strongest and most durable options for securing a building, and is highly resistant to rain and extreme temperatures. Unlike wood doors, hollow metal doors will not shrink or rot when exposed to the elements, and they offer a greater level of insulation than most wood doors are capable of.


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