Looking to get your quote on a 42x14 moving wall bifold door. Construction will begin this fall on a "pole barn" style build. I will be using some heavy wood decorative door cladding so would like to know if you can recommend if I'll need additional power to lift this moving wall bifold door. I am currently overseas so email is the only form of contact I have at the moment. I will be returning to the states at the end of the summer. Thank you for your time Regards, David Steinke
We are interested in a single swing moving wall hydraulic door (one piece) for a cafe we are designing. The cafe will be located inside an arts center. The project is located in Milwaukee's Third Ward neighborhood. Our questions include: - Can a one-piece door open to a 110-115 degree angle? Or are we limited to 90? - What are the structural requirements for mounting the door and lift system? Our door is 14 x 9, with a metal (or wood) framework and kallwall panels -Does Schweiss always provide the hydraulic mechanism and the door frame? Or can the door frame be fabricated locally for use with Schweiss hardware - Can your team assist with design / engineering of this hydraulic moving wall door? - What is the lead time from approval of final drawings?
Looking to get a price and timeline for something like the DOC B restaurant but rather than a hydraulic moving wall door, I would rather consider a bi-fold half moving designer wall door. Lets call it s 16 ft x 4 ft. It would be begin 42 inches from the floor and open up. That way the bottom 42 inches of wall would never move. Thank you.
Wondering if you could tell me if you can make a door for residential use as a moving back wall of a garage to open up for hitting golf balls off a patio and making the door the roof on rainy days. I have a client that asked me if this was possible. Let me know either way. Thanks, Kevin J Check Kevin J Check Designs
I need a 26 wide by 14 tall bi fold moving wall designer poolside door all glass Can you please quote for me