I’m interested in the “build your own door” kit. Do you offer that service for bifold doors? I’m looking at building 2 small doors. One 10′ x 10′ opening and the other 8′ tall x 10′ wide opening. I’d like both doors to be 8″ thick. These doors will be part of a “hybrid” building. ( steel I-beam structure with wood walls) My thought was if you designed them and I got the parts from you, I can build the frames myself. Thank You, Bob

New project bidding for an Event Center in Sioux Falls, SD. Schweiss is listed as the approved manufacturer to provide the hydraulic lift doors. Please email me quote and specifications/drawings. Thanks!

I’m looking for a price on three 30′ wide x 16′ high clearance bifold doors for my hangar in North Dakota. I also want to compare to the hydraulic door, also how much for a 40′ wide door compare to the 30′, being put in a steel building on the gable wall, 120′ long wall,

I am interested in a quote for the bifold and hydraulic doors to replace a 14′ X 7′ garage door — I like the glass door designs. If you can give a general price range, and a shipping price to sioux falls, SD that would be great. Thanks!

I would like to replace my garage door with a lift-strap bifold door. I am interested in the “build your own door” option as well. How can we get started? I have a detached double wide garage with space above the opening where I would like the door to be when it is open. The opening is 7’4″, but the wall is 10′ high, so the new door could be 10′ tall, and leave an opening of at least 7’4″ when open. The garage is basically a square building, with 2 feet on either side of the door opening. I am open to the whole door being stand alone in front of the existing building if that is possible. I can send pictures if you need.

We are a consulting company in Sioux City, SD, doing research into the use of horizontal bi-fold doors for a project in early design. Would you be able to provide some basic information regarding the systems you offer for architectural storefront application? Please see below questions. -Size limitations of door panels (currently each folding partition is ~10m high and as wide as possible is preferred) -Size limitations on glass in the doors. Capacity to incorporate custom glass makeups. -Provisions/requirements for air/water tightness (especially at sill). Sill drainage track/locking? Air/water tightness performance data of system if available. -Deflection requirements of support/framing members (expected maximum WL ~65psf) -Operation requirements (doors are intended to be used on a daily basis) -Options for customization (such as adding custom beauty-cap to exterior/interior) -Ballpark cost estimate (based on square footage or per door?) Any assistance you may provide is much appreciated!

I am looking for a 42*40*12 pole barn/hangar for my CubCrafters CC11-160 Carbon Cub. I need an idea for a hydraulic hangar door of 38 ft on the 42 foot side of the hangar. I am in preliminary design with a contractor here in Fargo North Dakota. Regards, Carl

I am VERY interested in an overhead, exterior mount, bi-fold garage door for my residence to replace the existing traditional double garage overhead door. Is there a dealer/installer in my area of FL? Thanks, Peter

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Making some renovations on a Hospital in Fargo, ND. In our scope they are calling out for 1 hydraulic door, size 45′ wide x 16′ high. Can you please send me pricing and literature. Do you install as well or not. Thanks, Carl

I am looking for a hydraulic door to mount on a steel quonset on my farm near Huron, SD. It is a 14’high and 22’wide door. I only have 110 volt power but would consider a battery operated system if it was available. I’m hoping your door will be an option for our building.

I recently purchased a double hangar at Sloulin Airport in Williston, ND. The former owner says the hydraulic doors were manufactured by your company. They are very nice to have, and powerful too. I am interested in installing a hydraulic door on one of my machine sheds at my farm, please call me 

We are a consulting company in Sioux City, SD, doing research into the use of horizontal bi-fold doors for a project in early design. Would you be able to provide some basic information regarding the systems you offer for architectural storefront application? Please see below questions. -Size limitations of door panels (currently each folding partition is ~10m high and as wide as possible is preferred) -Size limitations on glass in the doors. Capacity to incorporate custom glass makeups. -Provisions/requirements for air/water tightness (especially at sill). Sill drainage track/locking? Air/water tightness performance data of system if available. -Deflection requirements of support/framing members (expected maximum WL ~65psf) -Operation requirements (doors are intended to be used on a daily basis) -Options for customization (such as adding custom beauty-cap to exterior/interior) -Ballpark cost estimate (based on square footage or per door?) Any assistance you may provide is much appreciated!

I am building a residence in Rapid City, SD, and have a customer who is looking at building a small hangar on his property. we are pricing out 9′ x 40′ hydraulic hangar door, insulated if possible. can you contact me for more details? Thanks! Peter

We are bidding on a hangar door replacement at our local airport in Grand Forks, ND and I’d like to get a quote on a hydraulic hangar door.

I’d like to inquire about a single piece hydraulic door for a pole barn we are building in South Dakota. The door would need to be 30×14 and insulated. Is this something you can give me a quote for?

Need a quote for two 50×18 flush mount hydraulic barn doors installed. Customer is in Minot, ND. Building will be a pole barn Door will be on a bearing wall. I have not received the preliminaries back from the engineer yet but believe the beam above will be at least 38 inches tall for the 50′ span.

I am bidding a project at a Technical College – AG Center Barn & Classroom Additions located in WI. This project has (2) BiFold Hangar Doors. (1) door is 26′ wide by 14′ high, and the other is 12′ wide by 14′ high. This project bids Oct. 2nd.

I would like a quote on a hydraulic barn door 17’6″(h) x 64′-0″(w). It will be installed in upper North Dakota so I will need it to be insulated and weather tight to keep out the snow.

We are working in the design of a new restaurant in Tampa, FL. We want to install a hydraulic door with a wind load as high as possible due to hurricanes.

We are looking at building a machine shed for winter storage of our semi-trucks in colder months. Current preliminary design of the shed is 150’x70′. Would have 18′ sidewall clearance. We would be looking for a quote on a set of two bi-fold doors 45′-50′ wide. Maybe you have a set increment for door widths? Do a quote of two bi-fold doors with no windows and also a set of doors with one set of windows roughly eye level (4 windows in each door, 8 total windows). Please include shipping quote, our shed will be in Fargo, North Dakota.

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