The Hinge Guys
- Written by Stephen Pyatte
The #1 choice for longer-lasting hinges arrives faster!
Entrances take brutal abuse in athletic buildings, hospitals, restaurants, hotels, airports and high-traffic stores. Hard pushes, forceful slams, banging carts and luggage, jamming objects to prop doors open and other abuses have a costly toll on most hinges and maintenance budgets.
- Written by Frank Garza
Ever watch a high school football team go through the school’s back door to reach the practice field? Those young players don’t care about the door, its hinges or hardware. All they care about is getting outside as fast as they can, punishing anything in their path.
- Written by Aaron McElrath
Florida Building Code is one of the most rigorous in the U.S.
When Hurricane Andrew devastated Florida in August 1992, it did $23.4 billion of damage. As this Category 5 storm hit landfall, it had 1-minute sustained wind speeds as high as 165 mph and a gust as high as 174 mph. Andrew caused more structural damage and destruction than any other hurricane in Florida’s history and broke all insurance loss records.
- Written by Christopher Orme
You can find commercial doors installed in retail buildings, schools, hospitals, municipal, government and office buildings and manufacturing facilities. Typically, they are made with more durable materials than residential doors, including wood, steel, glass, fiberglass and aluminum and glass.