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Roll Up Doors, Sectional Doors, and Overhead Doors in San Jose, CA

Does your San Jose company have roll up doors? If not, then you might not know the security that they can offer. If your company does have commercial, roll up doors, then are they the right ones for the company?

It’s an interesting question and one that we will try to answer for you the best we can in this article. There are plenty of different types of overhead doors that a company can choose from, each offering a variety of protections, including the ability to connect them to a motor so that they can only be opened from an inside button, for example, remote, or other device that is controlled within the facility. This can help to avoid certain issues with employees coming by at night, after hours, or those looking to take what you’ve worked hard to build.

So let’s take a look at whether the sectional doors or other roll up doors that you have in your business right now are the ‘right’ ones.

What type of business do you operate?


There are hundreds of different commercial businesses that would benefit from roll up doors. There are organizations, like fire departments, there are retail businesses that prefer to have a roll up door over the front or rear doors to deter theft after hours, there are industrial businesses that see a lot of vehicle traffic coming and going throughout the day, with the doors being opened and closed constantly throughout the day and maybe even throughout the night.

The more use that the roll up doors get, the more abuse they endure. If they were not built with the best materials, if they aren’t made from the right metals, and if they aren’t designed for the type of use that they are getting at this moment, then they could wear out faster than they should.

You know your business best, so only you can answer the question about what type of business you operate, with regard to the type of roll up doors that you would need.

Take a moment to assess what kind of us your roll up doors currently receive.

Do they open for business and then only close at night? Are your overhead doors opened a couple of times during the day, but not much more than that? Do you have a number of employees who are constantly moving, constantly rushing around, and they are swinging those doors opened throughout the day and then letting them slam closed?

As you can see, the more that you know about your business and the abuse that your roll up doors receive, the more you will be able to understand whether you have the right roll up doors installed right now.

What happens when a roll up door wears down?


As with almost everything else, when roll up doors are used a lot, or they have been in place for many years, they will begin to wear down. What does this mean? Essentially, the more use that something gets, especially something like roll up doors, then the components, the hinges, the handles, the base, and even the supports begin to wear out. It doesn’t matter whether you have the highest quality steel doors or some less expensive aluminum style … over time they are going to begin to wear down.

On top of that, you have to think about the weather conditions. Humidity, rain, moisture, and even the inside environment can be toxic to the metals, causing them to corrode and wear down even faster. If you have smoky environment within the building, or a high humidity environment for protecting the materials that you have in there, it can have an impact on the roll up or overhead doors that you have.

What happens to these doors over time and over use? They will likely become harder to open. If they are opened through the use of a motor, then you might not realize that the doors are creating more resistance opening and closing. However, if you have to manually open these doors, then you’re going to begin to notice that they’re not as easy to open and close.

They also might fail to close properly. This could cause your building to not be as secure as it could or should be. When your roll up doors are old, worn out, or were not in the best of condition from the moment you took over the building, then they might not even be opening fully, which could cause risk of damage to the doors themselves and even trucks or other vehicles that may be driven through a garage bay door, for example.

Having the right roll up doors for your business means that you have the right materials, the right weight, and the ideal height. Some roll up doors are too low for the use that the company intends for them. Some are far too high and they become worn out unevenly, especially if the doors don’t need to be opened fully.

Most of the time, though, roll up or overhead commercial doors are worn out because of abuse by employees who don’t appreciate what they are designed to do.

Where can you turn to find out what options are available for new roll up doors?


If you are thinking that your commercial business might need new roll up doors, or you are convinced that it’s time to get the right doors installed finally, where do you turn? It’s not like there are plenty of overhead door companies throughout San Jose.

While there may not be as many options as you would have if you needed a regular door, thanks to Access Commercial Door Company, you can have the exact roll up doors that your company needs right now.

If you have any questions about roll up or overhead doors, or even if you’re thinking about sectional doors but don’t know what they are, contact Access Commercial Door Company today. You’ll be met with professional, experienced individuals who know everything about these types of doors.

 
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