Hello. I have a special situation of a residential 2-plane hangar door at my fly in ranch where there is limited overhead space for the tracks. normally tracks are in "L" shaped but ours are "J" shaped (upside down). It is a wood frame hangar. Is this something you could help with? it appears to you residential work but do you work with replacing existing doors? what are the rough costs involved (to get a general idea if this is even possible - will not use for any future quoting). Feel free to call me. Thanks, Carl
I have been requested to price a motorized upward acting bifold 43'8" wide x 16'0" high on a fly in ranch hangar. They have no specs but show a door size and style of door. They want to add some wood timbers to the exterior of this door. The approx weight of the wood will be 1700lbs, there will be 44 slats that will be 23 ft long and 5 inches thick off the door. The jobsite is in Vancouver B.C.
I am looking to install 3 - 44' Wide by 16' tall bi-fold insulated hangar doors into a new build hangar that is currently in designed for my fly in ranch. I need to know the pricing to see if these doors are feasible for a residential installation. Thanks in advance!
Looking for pricing for (2) 49'-0" x 16'-4" Bi-fold doors at my fly in ranch. Used in converted structure is a concrete block, existing enlarged door opening.