Commercial Doors

Commercial doors are versatile and used in a wide range of applications. Common commercial projects include doctor’s offices, banks, churches, small office buildings, and small hotels. These doors are designed to meet the unique demands of various commercial settings, ensuring security, durability, and aesthetic appeal.

Commercial Door Options

There are two options available for commercial doors: Hollow Metal and Architectural Wood. Both of these options can be fire-rated for up to 90 minutes. However, Architectural Wood doors also offer a 20-minute fire rating, providing you with more flexibility in your choices. It’s important to note that these doors need to be installed correctly within a suitable frame. Additionally, the inclusion of features like lites and louvers may affect the fire rating of these doors.

Hollow Metal Doors

Hollow Metal doors are manufactured at the factory according to SteelCraft specifications for hinges and bores. This means they are not compatible with standard frames. They also come with reinforcements to accommodate panic hardware and door closers.

Hollow Metal Flush

Hollow Metal 2 Panel

Hollow Metal 6 Panel

Architectural Wood Doors

The hinges and bore locations for Architectural Wood doors are addressed in the door shop. They will be machined to SteelCraft specifications to fit commercial frames, or they can be machined to standard hinge and bore locations for a standard frame.

Architectural Wood Birch

Architectural Wood Red Oak

Commercial Door Configurations

Commercial doors come in two configurations: Single Doors and Double Doors. When it comes to fire-rated double doors, it’s important to note that they may require additional hardware to maintain their proper fire rating.

Single Door Configuration

Double Door Configuration

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Updated on December 15, 2023

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