Most likely, one of the most daunting tasks for most business managers in Canada is how to handle the severe weather without compromising their budget from natural disasters. According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada, made $1.3 billion in insured damages and the seventh most costly year on record.
Severe weather like rain, snow, flooding, and windstorms is a force of nature that has been daunting most business owners in Canada for years. However, businesses made preventive solutions to lessen the degree of devastation by improving protection to the most vulnerable part of their building or establishment, its commercial doors.
The BestDoor Company, a division of DuraServ Corp., a company that has earned a great reputation for providing outstanding products and service to their base of several thousand active customers in Central Ontario, offer this informative article for facility managers or business owners who are, until now overwhelmed with the weather-costly business decisions in Canada.
What is a Rolling or Roll-Up Steel Service Door?
A rolling door, also called a coiling door, Overhead door, or roll-up door steel service door is a non-labeled, metal slatted door either made of stainless steel, aluminum, or galvanized steel, hinged together and can roll upward and store in a tight coil above the opening.
Being one of the leaders in the door industry of Canada, The BestDoor Company in Concord, Ontario, Canada, offers premium Commercial High-Performance Doors, Door Openers, Sectional Door, and Rolling Steel Doors, with a large variety of loading dock equipment and Energy Saving Products.
We also have a variety of commercial Roll-Up Steel Service Door models for you to choose from.
What are its applications?
Originally invented for residential purposes way back during the 1920s, now, roll-up doors can be found in industrial, commercial, and institutional spaces that provide security against entry/exit/or for weather protection in the exterior and interior openings.
Either big or small, simple or complex, standard or specialized, our roll-up doors can be found in different applications such as:
Our Brampton Industrial Doors Team can deliver top of the line service and high-quality materials to accommodate our Commercial customers’ needs. To learn more about our commercial door products or rolling steel doors.
Why is the Wayne Dalton Rolling Steel Service Door best for severe weather?
When it comes to doors for severe weather conditions climates, Wayne Dayton is second to none.
Wayne Dalton, since 1954, has been serving throughout the U.S. and overseas with its residential and commercial garage doors.
Wayne Dalton is proud to offer it’s top the line wind loaded and hurricane-rated designed roll-up door models. Unlike any ordinary roll-up door, hurricane-rated and wind loaded service doors are designed to withstand extremely high wind storm with advanced features to prevent failures:
1. High-Quality Strong Materials and Superbly Durable
Hurricane-rated doors are manufactured and built from high-strength galvanized steel, making hurricane-proof protection that rolls up in a coil above building openings.
Imagine when a hurricane passes through your building and your doors failed to secure its function, this can lead to massive damages of your products, or items. Leaving your building exposed, unsecured, and unprotected against thieves and outside elements.
A highly durable hurricane-rated doors can protect the most vulnerable part of your building or facility, ensuring your assets or property is secured and gives you peace of mind whenever a severe storm passes by your area.
At Brampton Receiving Doors, we offer our strong and highly durable hurricane-rated door models suitably best for Brampton’s severe weather conditions:
2. High-Quality Performance Criteria
Wind load-rated or hurricane overhead doors are validated through several third-party testing facilities to meet high-quality standard performance criteria:
At Brampton rolling steel door service, our Wayne Dalton Rolling Steel Service Doors has passed and tested the high-quality performance criteria as a wind load-rated or hurricane overhead doors:
3. Windload Requirements
Windload is a term used to refer to any forces or pressures that the wind exerts on an establishment, building, or structure.
An ordinary overhead coiling door has a 20PSF windload, while hurricane-rated doors have different installation and construction windloads which is higher than normal door requirements.
Below are some features of windloaded doors:
Our Brampton shipping doors can provide one of the best in commercial windload door models assuring your commercial business the full protection against hurricane winds.
- Wayne Dalton-Titan Rolling Steel Service Door – provides the most wind load resistance for any specification, and with heavy-duty articulating windlocks to permit door operation during high wind speed events.
- Wayne Dalton-Secur-Vent Ventilated Rolling Steel Service Door – used for exterior and interior commercial applications, providing the maximum in security with rugged construction, ventilation, and visibility.
Where to get the highest quality of product and installation of a Rolling Steel Service Door in Brampton, CA?
With hundreds of door companies offering sweet marketing strategy promises and modern design with high-technological advances, it would be difficult to suggest the ideal company to trust with your business doors.
One thing for certain, we recommend one of the most significant market players in the business of commercial doors – The BestDoor Company, a division of DuraServ, the largest distributor in the world for the leading manufacturers of dock equipment and hi-speed doors, nothing more.
Headquartered in Toronto Commercial Doors, since 1984, has been servicing all of Ontario, Canada including Concord, Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Markham, Vaughan, Hamilton, and Scarborough.
Being your Brampton 24-hour Service – One-Stop-Shop door provider we have:
Our Brampton Rolling Steel Door Repair Team can provide:
To learn more about us, you can contact us at 647-952-2188, or through our website.
You can make a service request or visit us in our service areas in Ontario CA, Toronto CA, Concord ON, Mississauga, Brampton, Vaughan, Hamilton, Markham, and Scarborough, Ontario.