"Got a Hydraulic door from you in 2009 (Great Door). Would like a price on your Bi-Fold - size is 14' High by 42' Wide. Door is going on a round roof building that is 20' High by 50' Wide, that is measured from out to out. Will need door and frame soon. Thanks again for the great products!"
"Your company is the best. Great products and Excellent Service. Also by offering both the Hydraulic and the Bi-fold the customer can decide which will meet his needs the best. The question is never which brand the door will be, just which type. Mike Please call me. Also I need a quote on another door. "
"I first met Mike Schweiss in 1979, he helped fix a door at my KMIC hanger. Then when I built at KANE, I called Mike, we got a 60 x 22 door, it worked beautifully. Now I have moved to KAIT, and again I called Mike, He put on a beautiful door. Along the way he also built a bifold door for my farm barn. Look around, but if you check quality, reputation, warranty & safety, you will chose Mike, and be very happy as he builds the VERY best door! "
"My sincere thanks to ALL at Schweiss Doors for making it possible to have the new (better) locking system installed on our BiFold door in New Richmond. Also, I would like to mention the professionalism and great job your workers did. I would have these guys represent my company. They can come work on our doors any day (hopefully this won't be necessary-it shouldn't because it is the BEST hangar door on the market). Good luck to ALL in 2014 and have a Great Year."
"The doors have lived up to their expectations. I do think they are well made. My experience working with Schweiss Doors was good. It was a tough job for us because of the complexity and uniqueness of the design. Brent (from Schweiss Doors) was always there, willing to pick up the phone, take the call, reply to emails. He definitely is an asset for your company to say the least, He was always very friendly and helpful."
"Those doors are quite impressive. The museum itself was named one of the 10 best new projects in the world by an architectural publication, Azure magazine, for 2013. "
" Schweiss doors are definitely unique. The install at The Nine Fine Irishman Pub and Hotel in Las Vegas went very well from soup to nuts. It was kind of a unique install which was designed to have a single pump open all four doors. Just from a convenience standpoint they were looking to remotely locate the pump, electrical lines and key switches in one adjacent electrical room location. "
" There were only a couple of manufacturers that could make a door big enough for us. The Schweiss Door sold us on the 20 ft. span height that we needed for our Otter's tail height. Mike Doble was the primary person on selecting the door for us. We definitely like it. It's rock solid and operates like it's supposed to. This is the second year we've had it and haven't done a thing to it. It's doing exactly what we need it to do."
"This is the second hydraulic helicopter hangar door we have installed for an Air Ambulance, we have previously fitted three hangar doors for police helicopters. This particular door is capable of opening in a matter of 52 seconds, we worked through Marshall Building Contractors and Oxford Architects from Bristol."
"Our first Schweiss doors were a quantum leap. We removed two steps in getting our tanks and trailers out of the building. We chose Schweiss Doors because we have a straddle crane that goes in and out of the building for shipping. There are no other doors that worked for us that were as economical as a Schweiss Door, and I like their performance and craftsmanship. The Schweiss Doors improve our cycle time to meet customer demands. We like them very much and have never had any issues with them."
"We went with Schweiss Doors again because they are known in the industry for their high quality doors. We definitely had no issues and Schweiss delivered what they said they would. Everything went well despite the installers having a very difficult and muddy site to work at with 70 other contractors to work around. They made it happen. Jeremy (at Schweiss Doors) was very helpful with accurate hydraulic door specs delivered on time and the shop drawings came out telling us everything we needed to know before sending them to our engineers to properly size the supports. "
"Putting glass on the door occurred to me after I got the Schweiss hydraulic garage and patio door. I was going to put wood fascia on it. Fortunately I ordered a heavy duty frame. Heavy duty cylinders open the door straight and quickly and it shuts nice and tight. I think it has a great ram physics application. Schweiss Doors is great about putting out a system that is mechanically great, it's not under designed like other doors that are too light and flimsy. It's really spectacular to see through that door. It's one of those things that you don't get tired of to look out in the winter or open up in the summer. It turned out great, I love the door. it's great for family gatherings of 20 to 30 people."
"We love the door. It's great and we get a lot of comments. When it's closed, people don't even realize it's a door because aesthetically, it speaks so well to the interior design, it exceeded our expectations. "
"My Schweiss hydro-powered door is exactly what I wanted. And what's really cool when I'm 500 yards out on the taxi strip I push the remote control button in my airplane. When I get to the hangar, the big door is up in about 40 seconds and I taxi my Meridian right inside. That's really neat, especially if it's raining. I would recommend the Schweiss hydraulic to anyone, absolutely. And great people to deal with. They're courteous; they listen; they get things done."
" I went to Oshkosh specifically with the intent of ordering a hangar door. I even took my blueprints with me. I was expecting to buy a different brand because my neighbor had one. I talked to two other door dealers, then I ran into Mike Schweiss. He took the time to talk in depth. He looked at my blueprints and made some recommendations for structural enhancements that would make the door work better and then we talked money - he was very generous. I love the stucco clad door. It gets pretty warm here in Arizona. I was really intimidated by installing the door myself. I talked to Jeremy (at Schweiss Doors) He convinced me I could do it. So I finally built up my courage, contacted a few friends, rented a forklift and Saturday morning we put it in. It went in exactly the way it was supposed to and fit perfectly. We got it in, with the hydraulics hooked up, within six hours. It was a wonderful experience I chose the hydraulic door because I like how it provides shade from the hot sun if I want to work outside my hangar."
"I can tell you this, I'm the envy of the lake! We put some weight on this boathouse door. It has wood planks on the inside and outside and a steel frame. This was a pretty heavy hydraulic door, about 700 pounds (12.5 x 6.5 ft). It installed real easy. The important thing was Schweiss Doors gave me all the dimensions prior so I had the cutout the exact size. So when we put it in, it fit perfect. It took about four hours to actually hang the door. My neighbor said it's overkill. But it's beautiful."
"I've gotten calls from Schweiss Doors, they pay attention to detail. I've made mistakes when it comes to certain windows or measurements, etcetera, which the guys at the Schweiss factory have caught because they know what we are building now. They'll call me and say 'Hey Mike, did you mean to do that, or do you really want to do this?' They have been a true joy to work with."
"Schweiss doors are not any trouble at all. They're substantial and solid, the wind doesn't seem to bother them. They are easy to install, especially if you have the right size equipment like a heavy forklift and scissorlifts they are real easy to put in. It's very durable, can be washed easily and keeps the echo down. I really would recommend Schweiss doors to others. They are really a solid door. The doors are built in their own frame and don't affect the structure or integrity of the building. The doors also look nice on the building."
"Farm doors are getting bigger and bigger and these (Schweiss) doors work nicer than sliding doors for the wider openings. Schweiss doors seem to be a very well-built product and they don't cut corners. Some companies will sell you a door without fasteners and that sort of thing. The companies we work with are EPS (Energy Panel Systems of Graettinger, Iowa) and Wick Buildings who apparently communicate well with Schweiss because we get all the trim and the sizes and dimensions making the turnaround great, that's really important."
"I first ordered a new hydraulic farm door from another company. It was a piece of junk. It was a 70 ft. hydraulic door, very lightly built, it came in two sections that didn't meet together when they put it together. It showed up bent, and when raised it would bend, very poor weld quality, with welds missing in places. It was a piece of crap, I've never seen something so poor, there was no engineering done on it, you could shake it by hand and it would move six inches back and forth in the middle. I called the company and finally got something done. They came out, cut it up in pieces and took it out of there. I was lucky, I didn't put any money down on it. Schweiss was very good to me, this hydraulic door opens fine, no complaints with it. The welds look good, it opens smoothly and it gets used a lot with five semi's that come in and out of there every day. It's got a better quality pump, bigger cylinders, the frame is a whole lot different. I appreciate the good job Schweiss Doors did for us."