Need a cost on a 40x18 bifold door and also another cost on a 40x20 hydraulic ag door to provide our customer with. I can send over drawings if needed. Please email me for them. Thanks!
I am interested in a Schweiss Build Your Own Door for a strap system, but only see the hydraulic system listed on your web site. Do you offer a kit for the strap system? I am currently building a residential house with a 2 level glass front. I am interested in putting an outer security door similar to the one shown on your web site covering a store front. As the construction is overseas and I have a welding shop available I would only be interested in the Schweiss motor/strap system and other electronic Schweiss Door security/safety devices. Construction is entirely reinforced concrete however steel %u201CI%u201D beam or other members can be incorporated as we are still completing the design. I look forward to your response.
You had quoted this same project a year ago for a short door. I need information for Nucor Building Systems to finish the design of the IL building using your hydraulic Schweiss door ASAP.
Hi I'm from OH and interested in your Schweiss Cylinders and building 2 of my own doors with your Schweiss BYOD kit about the size of a typical garage door (8'x7') on 1 building. Do any of your doors operate without electricity? I'm wondering how I'd get them opened or closed in the event of a power failure. Advise me on hydraulic backup systems available. What are the dimensions and the weight of your Schweiss Red Power Hydraulic Pump? How would a door 8'x7' weigh? Would I need a pump for each door or could I just use one?
I am looking to see if you can build a custom bifold hobby farm barn door. It would need to fit in a 14x26 foot opening. Lift to approximately 12 feet and capacity of 3000 pounds, Exterior door will be clad in wood to match barn.
Need 18' Clear building doors. Undecided on liftstrap bifold or hydraulic Schweiss model. Please price both installed. Please price free standing header as an option with labor. Door will be lined on the inside. Please also include design information. Please fax quote and design information as our email does not seem to communicate very well. If possible please send by after lunch today. Thank you.
We would like to submit a Request For a Quote for a building job we are bidding at encompasses 2 - bifold liftstrap doors.
Are your building doors available for sale in Portland, OR area? We are located one hour east of Portland and would like two doors, either Schweiss liftstrap bi-fold or one piece, with man doors (one door with man door in lower left corner, one door with man door in lower right corner) to retrofit an existing building. Doors are side by side sliding barn doors currently, with post separating the two identical openings. Current rough openings are 11'5" wide x 13" tall, so information on how much space is needed for hardware would be helpful as well.
I want to finish ends on my 25ft x 60ft building. I really like the looks of your patented Schweiss bi-fold strap doors so I don't lose any entry width. Building is an S series steel building make.
Hello. I would like to order polebarns from your company .What is the price also what type of payment do you accept .Thank you and waiting . Best Regards Robin
We have a tenant operated farm in the Peoria, Il area that needs a new machine shed bifold door. However, we reside in the western suburbs of Chicago, IL. Also, do you have any hydraulic lift doors that you have sold for airport hangars, farm machine sheds, ag chem.-fert. dealers, trucking terminals or warehouses or whatever in the Chicago IL western suburbs? or any other businesses in the Naperville, Aurora, or Joliet areas that have these doors would be convenient for me to look at with my elderly business partner-landowner. Do you have a dealership in Central Illinois?
Mike, it was a pleasure speaking with this evening. Please supply me with budgetary numbers on a hydraulic Red Power door. Also, please keep me in mind for the first building. The maximum size I can build on the leased lot is 45' X 52'. If it is more cost efficient to make the depth of the building divisable by 6 or 8, I will go with a 45' x 48'