Handicap Entrance Doors

We repair and install heavy duty handicap entrance doors and operators. A new handicap entrance door installation includes the following components:

  1. ADA Compliant Doors and Hardware
  2. Handicap door opener mounted above the door - Dark Bronze or Clear/Silver
  3. A wireless push plate mounted on each side of the door
  4. A handicap door opener push plate package includes the two boxes, two steel plate covers, and two transmitters.
  5. The operator contains one receiver (433 MHZ).

A more sophisticated handicap entrance door system allows for controlled access. A controlled access system enables a business to better control who can obtain access during normal operating hours and after-hours. The additional parts needed for this functionality may include the following:

  1. Power supply
  2. Electric strike to unlatch the door upon command
  3. BR3 to time the sequence of events (unlatch and then open the door).
  4. Wiring through the door frame
  5. Key pad or card reader system - We can also integrate into existing systems.

Our handicap entrance door is heavy duty, which means they are designed for high traffic situations. Safety was a top priority in the design. More specifically, the handicap entrance door will shut down the instant it registers resistance. At the same time, it is strong enough to swing a big heavy door. The handicap entrance door also comes with an assortment of features and settings.

Call today for a free handicap entrance door estimate or complete our online request form.

  • Free estimates are provided for manual commercial door installations and repairs
  • Free estimates are also provided for new automatic door systems
  • A Service Call costs $190 for the first hour and $95 for each additional hour. Most commercial door repairs can be completed in one hour. The first hour begins when we arrive at your location. So, no trip charge. Or, you could say that the trip charge is baked into the first hour on site. 
  • Would you like to schedule an onsite visit? If yes, simply call 303-327-9492. Thank you!



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