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Commercial Doors

certified commercial door technicians

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Architectural Specialties has been providing commercial door options to Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota since 2007. Since then, we’ve grown to offer a large variety of hardware brands and are able to deal directly with suppliers. Whether it be hollow metal door frames and doors, architectural wood doors, commercial grade doors and  hardware, we have access to all brands from Allegion, Hager, Assa Abloy, DormaKaba, Daybar, VT Industries, Bayer Built Woodworks, Pine Door custom wood doors, and many more. Plus we have a network of distributors that have access to thousands of products at their fingertips. If your commercial door needs to be serviced quickly and we don’t have it on the shelf, we can get it coming much faster through a distributor versus factory direct. Normally, for in-stock items, in under a week, but it could be as short as the next day!

With over 200 years of combined experience, our Estimating and Sales staff have backgrounds in nearly every single facet of the industry (from engineering, manufacturing, fabrication, installation, and service) and we can answer the majority of your questions about your opening. If we don’t have the answer, we know how to get it.

Call, email, or stop by at our Rapid City, SD office or our Gillette, WY office with any of your commercial door questions, and our knowledgeable staff will take care of you. We welcome any size project, from lock replacements and hardware or accessories to full scale contract projects with hundreds of openings and everything in between.

Hospital commercial door project by Architectural Specialties.

Hollow metal door frame manufacturers

Wood door manufacturers

Commercial doors FAQ:

For local projects absolutely! Otherwise, we make a note to swing by and see you the next time we are in the area. 

Yes, but there is no warranty on labor and definitely on your parts.

Yes, overtime rates will apply if after hours

The lifespan of a commercial door will depend on several factors, including the type of door, the frequency of use, and the level of maintenance. Generally, most commercial doors can last anywhere from 10-20 years or more with proper care and maintenance.

Safety features are important for any commercial door, but the specific features will depend on the type of door and its intended use. Some common safety features include sensors to detect obstruction, emergency release mechanisms, and fire-rated materials.

Yes, many commercial doors are designed to be efficient, with features like insulated glass, weatherstripping, and energy-saving sensors. Choosing energy-efficient doors can help to reduce energy costs and improve the overall sustainability of a building.

If your commercial door needs repairs, it’s important to contact a professional as soon as possible. Delaying repairs can lead to further damage and safety hazards. Look for a reputable commercial door company that offers promt, reliable repair services.

Compared to other home improvements, a new garage door yields the highest return on investment at 98%.

The first overhead garage door was invented by C.G Johnson in 1921.

The Architectural Specialties team of experts can work with you to assess your needs and recommend the best commercial door solutions for your specific requirements. Factors to consider include the type of building, the level of security needed, and your aesthetic preferences

Also, an average of 12,000 homeowners are injured per year trying to fix garage doors themselves.