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Hi, I have visited your booth at Oshkosh in WI a couple times in order to ask questions. Our old heavy sliding hangar door has to go...we want a Schweiss hydraulic door. We already have one on our hangar home. This old hangar is wood, a 40X60 footer with about a 50 foot opening. The height of the opening is 12 feet, the same height we need after the hydraulic door is opened for our airplanes. I have taken a bunch of pictures for you, inside and out, and need a contact to send them so you can advise us on what design would work best. I have a contractor involved for the work to beef up the hangar and will have an engineer involved as soon as we decide what door we will have. Thank You, 


We are a consulting engineering firm in DE doing a structural analysis of post-storm conditions for some hangars in Massachusetts. One of our tasks is to find out how much it would cost to completely replace a hangar as oppose to recommending some repairs. I was wondering if you could give me a quote for a complete replacement for a hangar that has the following dimensions: 390' long x 32.5' wide. Each hangar houses about 12 small planes, each one taking up about 40' of space (two bifold T-Hangar  strap latch doors are used for each airplane space) Price cost of bifold hangar doors separately. 


I need a quote for the 12' high and 45' wide engineered hydraulic hangar door that you have been developing for a R&M building delivered to Symrna TN


Pricing up airplane hanger at regional airport. Owner wants a door 50' long x 18'- 20' high. Pre-engineered building manufacturer wants to know probable weight of bifold liftstrap door? Can metal siding be fastened to door to match metal siding of building?


Need Schweiss hangar door 66'w x 16'h. To be mounted on Alaskan structure building (Fabric w/gable steel frame). King Air 350 aircraft door  (58'w, 47'l, 15'h) Windload is 75 MPH, Snow load 10 psf. Can you provide eng/arch requirements?