It’s Not Just Hardware. It’s also our knowledge.
Whatever the application, we have the expertise to provide appropriate architectural hardware products to meet building codes, with the functionality to satisfy the needs of your openings.
We source from a broad range of industry-leading manufacturers to deliver the following Division 8 items:
Hinges allow a door to swing. Some doors swing both ways and some doors are so heavy that pivots are used to carry their weight. Other doors have continuous, half surface, full surface or even half mortise hinges. Consult our online catalog or request a site visit from one of our end user specialists to determine which product is right for your application.
Pin tumbler locks have been around since the ancient Egyptians. Today there are 3 main types of locks:
Within these three categories there are scores of different lever designs, trim and functions, along with multiple key system options. Contact one of our sales professionals to discuss what lock type best fits your door needs.
In 1903 the Iroquois Theatre Fire in Chicago claimed the lives of almost 600 people. During this time- period it was not uncommon for theatres and the like to lock interior and exterior doors thereby disallowing non-paying persons from entering the facility. This also inhibited persons on the inside from exiting. In 1908 the first model of a “panic bar” style egress device was released.
Since then exit devices are now required by building code to be used on many opening types such as building exits and stairwells. Contact one of our sales professionals to discuss what exit device is required for your various entryways.
There are four styles of interior door-closer:
- Concealed in frame
- Concealed in floor
- Concealed in door
The purpose of a door closer is to control the swing of a door and ensure the door closes when it is opened. Door closers are somewhat complex and based on how they are installed and adjusted will determine how well they work. Contact one of our sales professionals to discuss what Door closer best suites your need.
Flat goods consist of hardware that protects the door and makes the door more functional. Our manufacturers provide products like push/pull sets, kick and armor plates and hardware protection among other things. Browse our online catalogs to see what products may benefit your facilities door and hardware needs.
Weatherstripping and Thresholds
Millions of dollars are wasted each year in energy costs due to poor weather stripping around doors and frames. The goal of weather stripping is to prevent rain water and air from entering through your door and frame. There are many shapes and sizes of weather stripping and thresholds. If you’re not sure of what is right for your application, browse our online catalogs, request a sample or have one of our end user professionals visit your site to determine the best solution for you.
Owners Our after-market sales force delivers customized solutions for your commercial door and hardware needs. Our teams sell and service clients across all non-residential verticals, including healthcare, education, hospitality and commercial office space.
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We don’t compromise quality in any part of the job, from quotes to project management and the closeout. We’re committed to exceptional service and products and have expanded our services nationwide.
The nation’s finest contractors rely on us for top-quality architectural openings products. With our sustainability solutions, we’ll help you reach your goals through energy efficiency and environmentally certified products.
Top-notch products are only half the battle. Contractors trust us for quality service and timely delivery to meet construction schedules.
Browse our case studies to learn more about our projects for government, multi-purpose, hospitals, hotels, schools, and other buildings.
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