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Types of Commercial Garage Doors and Their Applications


Commercial Garage Doors need to be fully functional and able to withstand daily operations in the toughest of industrial environments. For commercial applications, toughness is the name of the game. Gandert Door Company strives to offer the highest quality products and service to our clients, and that is why we proudly offer a wide selection of insulated and non-insulated commercial upward acting doors from CHI Doors to fit your exact specifications. Because commercial-use doors see a lot of action, they need to be durable and long-lasting. CHI’s line of tough, heavy-duty commercial doors are built to withstand a higher volume of operation, so you can be sure they’ll be around for a long time. 

For most heavy duty doors for the commercial or industrial user, the rolling steel is the answer. With the genuine rolling steel line, we offer the most respected rolling steel doors available, engineered for durability and smooth operation. Our line of sectional steel and insulated steel products encompasses one of the industry’s most complete selection of panel profiles, gauges, track styles and hardware for commercial sectional door systems. 

CHI offers three types of commercial doors: 

  • Insulated sandwich - best used for temperature-moderated buildings like fire and ambulance stations, conditioned commercial buildings, heated/air conditioned agriculture buildings, truck terminals, and warehouse and manufacturing facilities.
  • Ribbed steel - best used for buildings that do not have heating or air conditioning like sheds, storage facilities, or dock doors.
  • Full-view aluminum - probably the most aesthetically pleasing among the choices and great for restaurants, indoor/outdoor spaces, open concept facilities, auto dealerships, fire stations, automotive service centers, and storefronts.


We have the door for you! Gandert Door Company offers top of the line solutions for your business. From standard service doors to rolling fire doors or counter applications, we have a door sure to meet your needs. For more about our brands, please take a moment to visit our website at 
www.gandertdoor.com 

Our service team has a proven track record of excellence in installations and repairs. We offer garage door installation and replacement, as well as service call response services. If you need garage door service, installation, or repairs for your commercial business, give us a call with any questions or concerns. Emergency services for immediate needs are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.


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