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118: BOAT HOUSE HYDRAULIC DOORS

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Do you manufacture hydraulic doors which would be suitable for a boat house? I live on Puget Sound and so the door would need to be constructed of materials which are tolerant of salt air and salt water spray. My door opening size is 13 feet wide and 12 feet high.

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Hi, we are the administrators for 22 slip condo style Boat Houses In Blaine WA. We currently have a variety of curtains in various conditions Have you ever provided doors for this type of application? The openings are 16'x 16', vertical and horizontal supports are 4 x 6", no top clearance, the hydraulic system looks better. Thank you Tyler

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Good Morning, We are commercial builders working on a boat house and require a pair of one piece hydraulic lift doors for a project. the opening sizes are 2.4m wide x 2.5m high x 2 off. Questions: Can you supply hardware to all hardware to Australia? Can you give an approximate price (not formal quote) for suitable hardware as this project has restrictions for budget. Thanks very much Jason

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I am looking for a pair of one-piece hydraulic doors for a new boat house. We can't have traditional garage doors because of the boat lifts. We like the look of Schweiss' doors. Please call. We start construction in September. Best regards, Kate

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Hello, I'm working on a custom home in Bellevue, WA, and I'm interested in your hydraulic doors for an accessory building that houses a 4-car garage and a boat barn. The building will be wood construction, and ideally the doors will mount flush to the exterior, with cladding to match the adjacent siding. The 4-car garage door opening is 18'W x 8'H, and the boat barn opening is 13'W x 12' H. Can you please provide pricing options and CAD details? I have plans and elevations that I'd be happy to send over if you'd like more info. Thanks, Sean

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Looking for boathouse one-piece hydraulic door that would be approximately 16 feet wide by 8 feet high. How would I be able to get a sense of approximate costs and timing. The location is in New Hampshire on a lake and I would also like to understand how durable these doors would be in extremely cold temperatures (even though they would not be operating in these conditions) and what types of warranties exist for such conditions. The boathouse is wooden. Thank you. Jackson

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Working on marina expansion project that includes service building approx. 90-140long x 40 deep x 20ft tall first floor ceiling; 6-10 bays, may want multiple bays using same doors so we can make 2-3 boat bay, as well as a drive through building to ramp. Do you have any service bay projects you have done?

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Needing a budget price on a 16x46 hydraulic boathouse storage facility door. please feel free to contact me for more info.

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Please email pricing on 14 x 42 boat marina door. Would like price for both bifold (strap) and hydraulic. Thank you

10

Dear People @ Schweiss, We are building a MD boat yard workshop and I wonder if you have a build yourself door kit for a hydraulic door.

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Looking for a Quote/ROM on what it would take to manufacture/transport/install a 50 ft hydraulic boathouse storage door. 30 ft high. Going to Leadville, Colorado.

12

Hi, I'm interested in a getting a residential hydraulic door systems for a lake house and boat house we're building in DE. Could I send some drawings?

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PLEASE PRICE A HYDRAULIC ONE PIECE  CYLINDER DOOR FOR A BOAT STORAGE BUILDING 25-0" WIDE x 30'-0" DOOR OPENING. FAST OPENING ELECTRIC DOOR   MOTOR PREFERRED. THIS OPERATING DOOR WILL BE ON A METAL BUILDING.

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New boat storage building is in need of three one piece hydraulic marine doors. Has major supports above the doors. Will get exact door measurements prior to ordering. Are these marine doors quoted installed? Can one pump system be used to open both boat storage doors?

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We are a marina located in Southeastern WI. Our buildings currently use bifold style doors which were purchased five or 10 years ago from a different company, and are looking to make a design change on at least one of our doors for a few reasons. First, we have experienced multiple problems with cables, shafts, and motors. A second problem we have encountered is substantial heat loss. The current structural openings for our doors are 25\' high by 23\' wide, with a raised door height of roughly 22\'. The building is a structurally sound steel framed building. The frame of the door is wide flange beams. The designation I am not certain of, however, they are 6\" wide by 12\" tall and of 5/16\"  gauge. The design that I am most interested in is the one piece Red Power hydraulic door. My primary interest in this design is the ability to have a door within a door. The smaller door would need to be a minimum of approximately 12\'by 12\' The full size door would be the dimensions mentioned earlier, any additional clearance would be ideal. The question I have is if a single piece door can be built to these dimensions and operate safely. Please feel free to contact me back with any further questions.   Any feedback or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

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Looking for a hydraulic door for a building to store three tour boats inside. It is a free span steel building 75'X 100'X 20'

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I am looking for a boathouse door. I like your design on the hydraulic and bifold doors. I would love to get some litature for these. It is about 8' high and 16' wide.

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I AM DESIGNING A BOAT HOUSE ON A LAKE IN MN AND THE OWNER WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A HYDRAULIC ONE PIECE DOOR FACING THE LAKE WITH A WOOD OVERLAY ( DESIGNED BY OTHERS ) . WOULD LIKE A 7-0 HIGH X 9-0 WIDE DOOR OPENING. MOUNTED ON A 2 X 6 WALL. THANKS