Goffstown Lock and Key installs the highest quality commercial door hardware. Commercial doors are constantly in operation, so doesn’t it make sense to invest in the best door hardware? It’s the same service call to install a quality lockset, hinge or door closer as to install a cheap after-market one. I tell my clients, “You can pay me once or pay me twice.” If it were up to me, I would have them pay me only once to install a quality piece of hardware – rather than installing a cheap one that is going to need replacing again in only a few years.
It’s complicated. Unlike residential doors, commercial door hardware can vary greatly depending upon the design and function of the door. There are many options when it comes to commercial door hardware, but these get narrowed down very quickly when you consider the design of the door, its location and function, as well as building codes and fire codes that must apply in certain situations.
Commercial doors do break. Over time, even the best commercial door hardware will fail. No need to replace the entire door! As a New Hampshire-based locksmith service, Goffstown Lock and Key regularly provides commercial door repair services. In fact, about half of what we do involves repairing or replacing commercial door hardware! Fixing a commercial door rather than replacing will save you hundreds of dollars, and in many cases you’ll end up with a better door then you had to begin with.
Click links below to find out more about the three major parts of a commercial door that fail the most:
Commercial locksets do also wear out with time; you will find the different types of commercial lockset options on this website under Access Control Systems.