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The design and functionality of your business's overhead coiling door will depend on your day-to-day needs. The experts at Cornell have experience designing and installing a variety of coiling doors, so we can help you make the best rolling door decision for your commercial space.
A coiling door assembly retracts overhead above a retail storefront, loading dock, or similar space. Coiling doors are free of the cables and hinges associated with a conventional overhead door, and consist of metal slats that coil together to save space.
Coiling doors are common for businesses because of their low maintenance requirements and security. Added windows and other opening options can provide natural light, ventilation, and visibility. Overhead coiling doors consist of metal materials like galvanized steel, stainless steel, and aluminum for strength. Your commercial business could benefit from coiling doors to defend against break-ins, inclement weather, and other emergencies.
There are multiple types of coiling doors on the market.
Roll-up service doors are excellent for closing off warehouse spaces, trucking docks, and auto garages. These styles suit heavy-duty applications where your business requires multiple entries in a row. If you handle deliveries, roll-up service doors help with efficiency by:
Business owners might consider a high-performance coiling door for high-traffic areas. Fulfillment centers, automotive repair shops, and storage facilities utilize overhead coiling doors as they can work faster than traditional assemblies. Cornell products are known for the following:
Cornell maximum protection coiling doors are a practical choice to safeguard against severe weather and potentially deter break-ins. Retail stores and public schools rely on our installations to defend employees, customers, and students from the unexpected. Maximum protection doors are:
Cornell recommends insulated overhead coiling doors for temperature-sensitive goods and noisy operations. Our insulated coiling doors keep production floors warmer during the winter months and cooler in the summer. Operate large machines with fewer complaints from neighbors with the help of our doors, which feature:
Abide by building codes using fire-rated coiling doors to prevent the spread of flames, smoke, and gases. Cornell products work well for commercial kitchens and manufacturing plants where multiple fire hazards exist. Fire-rated coiling doors offer the following advantages:
Security grilles protect retail stores while still allowing customers to peer inside. Businesses can form barriers near a storefront with woven and nonwoven metal designs. Promote air circulation and close sections of your business as needed. Security grilles offer the perks below:
Counter shutters are similar to security grilles, but are made to fit serving windows and stations. Counter shutters let professionals in the food, beverage, and entertainment industries use overhead coiling doors to block off cash registers and off-limits areas. Individuals in search of hand-crank, push style, or motorized coiling doors for smaller spaces should look into counter shutters, which can:
Cornell will design you a coiling door that meets your expectations for security, compliance, and aesthetics. We have an in-house design team that will guide you through your custom project from start to finish. For more information about pricing, complete our online form for a quote.