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One Way to Reduce Automatic Door Repair Costs

October 12, 2016 /

With the cold weather approaching, building managers are well aware that a broken- down door can lead to frozen pipes, frozen employees, and unhappy customers – not to mention increased heating costs and expensive emergency repairs. What can you do to reduce this risk? Implement a preventative maintenance program for your doors. By identifying minor repairs before costly breakdowns occur…

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Do You Know What to Look for in an Automatic Door?

April 22, 2016 /

Selecting the right automatic door is only Phase One of a long-term deal. It’s tempting to simply accept a bid and move on to the next part of the process. But before you do, you’ll want to check that your salesperson has considered the specific needs of your building. Many of the doors designed by American Association of Automatic Door…

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How to Choose the Right Automatic Door for Your Pedestrian Traffic

October 9, 2015 /

98.9% of people prefer buildings with automatic doors. It’s no longer a question of whether to spec automatic doors, but of which automatic door to select. Every building deserves unique consideration; in particular, the pedestrian traffic should be carefully evaluated. It’s important to know: Will the building experience simultaneous two-way traffic? What is the volume of traffic expected to enter/exit…

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Three Reasons to Spec Automatic Doors

September 23, 2015 /

It’s important to keep a building’s occupants happy – you certainly don’t want to turn people away at the door! Whether you’re working on a renovation or new construction project, here are 3 reasons to include automatic doors in your specification: 1. Convenience. In many cases, a person’s experience with a company begins at the entrance and ends as he…

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