WHY YOU SHOULD CHANGE YOUR DOOR?
Door doesn’t meet current Building Code! We are currently on FBC-2014
The door does not comply with current Insurance requirements
The door is wood and is deteriorating.
The manufacture of you current door is Out of Business and no longer produces replacement parts.
The Center of the door where the motor connects, panel is coming apart.
What is included when purchasing a new door?
The entire door system is to be changed (Track, Springs, Sections, Cables, Hardware)
2 x 6 Jambs are to be inspected for termite or water damaged.
Either to be reinforced per the NOA or replaced.
Most installation company’s replace the outside perimeter seal or trim.
Do I have to replace my motor when purchasing a Hurricane Rated door?
If the motor complies with the current safety standards (safety sensors & auto reverse) you are able to reconnect it..
Do I need to install a Higher HP rated motor for my Heavy Hurricane Rated door?
Doors are equipped with a counterbalance system that if calculated properly a 1/2 HP will do the job just fine.
Only doors that have material applied or over-sized door require higher rated motors.
Can I use the set of springs from my old door to use on my new door?
No, the springs are calculated by size weight and height of the door.
Can I just replace my window section with an impact resistant window section?
No each door is tested as complete system and the entire door must be replaced.