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327: MOUNTAIN AIRPARK

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Looking for a price on a 47x18 bifold for a clients mountain side airpark hangar as soon as possible. Thank much for your time

2

I just built a new hangar on my plot of land at my local airpark, the mountains can funnel the wind so I'll need some doors that are rated to at least 100mph.

3

Need quote on two doors one door is 48 ft. Wide x 17ft high side wall, other door is 53ft wide x 19ft high end wall, The doors will be installed on our mountain airpark hangars.

4

I have a mountain airpark project that may fit a bifold application. The customer wants to open the door to the exterior. Weather seal is certainly a consideration.

5

I have a client that is after a Schweiss bi-fold or possibly the one piece hydraulic lift door this will be for a custom mountain airpark door at his  residence in Jackson hole Wyoming. I am after a insulated core that I can skin for the appearance of disappearing and blending into the board and bat siding the opening is 8 feet tall with room to adjust and play with 6" or so and the width is 16 feet rough opening now can adjust to smaller to accommodate as needed but would like to keep that with in reason. please contact me via email or phone for more info and cost thank you.

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Looking for the B.Y.O.D kit for my remote mountain airpark hangar. The door jamb is 20'x10'. The exterior will be covered with Hardi Siding. Please provide me with the cost. Thanks, 

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I'm considering a bifold door for a remodel of a residential mountain airpark. This will have wood framing to accommodate the door. The opening will be 13 feet to ceiling (door mounted above header) and the height of the door in open position would need to be 12 inches or less (if possible). Also, it may need to conform to building exterior look for HOA compliance/acceptance. The width of the Schweiss mountain airpark doors would need to be either 14 feet (if set perpendicular) or up to 18 feet (if set at an angle to street). I have not decided yet the final orientation of the door as the Schweiss bifold has given me different options.