We want to do an aluminum frame, glass paneled, hydraulic door for my restaurant. Opening is 16′ high x 20′ wide. The door will need to have a walk door so we can get in and out easily., which would be accessible when the hydraulic door is closed. Is this possible? The single door would need to be lockable, so that when the hydraulic door is open the single door does dangle, it closes with the door.
We own a restaurant in Los Angeles, California. We want a glass hydraulic door with an aluminum frame. We want it for customers to enter the patio from the restaurant. The opening is roughly 18″ x 10″ I can get exact measurements in the next email. How long would it take to ship to CA, and how long will it take to install? Thank you.
My garage door is probably 18 feet wide x 8 feet tall opening in Concrete block and stucco structure. I am interested in a one piece hydraulic lift door made of aluminum which will serve as a protected canopy when open and a 150mph or better storm door when closed. I want to install it myself to lower cost. Please advise. Thanks, Walter
I’m looking to put a new garage door on my house. 14′ wide x 12′ high. One piece hydraulic garage door, glass panels with an aluminum frame.
Our architecture firm is currently working on a double car, residential garage. We’ve seen your hydraulic designs around the web and are very interested in installing them. We currently want a clear garage door opening of 10′ wide and 7′ tall. Is that a job you’re able to do?
-Is there any information about the building that you need?
-What are our options for designs?
-The cost difference between steel and aluminum? (we would most likely want an insulated door option)
-We would also like remotes for the doors.
I want to replace the old sliding barn doors on my shed, I want it to be weathertight and made from aluminum. I need a 30′ by 13′ hydraulic door. Please email me, thanks
Contract calls for a 90 foot long 50 foot wide building. I’m not sure if I need a 14′ or 16′ tall aluminum hydraulic door with the red power pumps. It would be best to get any design changes done as soon as possible. Need a quote for insulated and non-insulated. Thank you Andrew
I’m a contractor and I have a customer with a double airplane hangar 42 miles outside Fairbanks, Alaska. The customer is looking for an aluminum door, but isn’t sure if he wants a lift-strap bifold or a one-piece hydraulic. What do you recommend?
I am a contractor in British Columbia, Canada. I have a customer that wants hydraulic doors with aluminum. He wants the door ti be 24′ by 10′ with insulation.
Im looking for a price on a aluminum hydraulic door for a storefront in Houston, TX. We can do all the welding and installation. It will be a non insulated door. The opening is 20′ wide and the opening height is minimum of 10′
I have a 50 foot high by 20 foot wide opening that needs a one piece hydraulic door. I need pricing details and building specs on both a steel and aluminum options. I will also be considering dyi installation since I can’t find any installers near me. Thanks
We were wondering if we could get a door, but aluminum, for the look of it. We have a industrial look for the door where the door will be. And the aluminum will go well with the rest of the aluminum. I was wondering aluminum doors have a disadvantage to their steel counterparts.
We like the look of your product and are very interested in a aluminum hydraulic or bifold door. Do you have any dealers in India? Please call or email. Thanks
I want 2 aluminum hydraulic hangar doors each 48′ x 17′ Clearance, doors for a hangar we’re building. Please call Thanks! Sam
I am looking to quote aluminum and glass hanging doors for an indoor/outdoor bar patio. The door needs to seal on the granite bar counter. Sizes as follows; 4′ long by 5.5′ high 10′ long by 5.5′ high two at 11′ long by 5.5′ high. I have some architectural drawings and specs I can send over to further explain. Thanks again
Preparing to build a pool house for a client and she wants a weather tight glass hydraulic door with the red power pumps, 8 ft. wide x 7 ft. tall.
I’m designing a building to house my small aircraft. I need a hydraulic door that is 28 feet wide and 8 feet high, I would like the door made of aluminum. Steel construction on the frame and concrete slab. The exterior walls will be 12 foot tall. I want to minimize the cost as much as possible.
I’m interested in two sizes of doors for a machine shop I am looking to build. I wanted to get a quote for a 45′ x 18′ and 63′ x 20′. I think your doors look very powerful and I looked into some other kinds but I want the door to have the highest clearance possible. I think the one-piece hydraulic door with an aluminum frame and red power pumps will be best for this project. Thanks!
I have 3 garage doors that I would like to install aluminum hydraulic doors on. All of them are 100″ tall one is 251″ wide. Please email me an estimate. Thanks
I’m installing a hangar in North Carolina. I need to spec a one piece flush mounted hydraulic aluminum door – 66′ x 21′ clear opening minimum. Thanks, Clive