Why Keep Commercial Glass Doors in repair?

Commercial glass doors are used constantly and are subject to scuffs, chips, small cracks, and hard bangs. People open them with their feet, elbows, or hips when their hands are full of shopping bags, briefcases, or cell phones in one hand and keys in the other. They are slammed, forced open by chairs or carts, overextended, and bumped into day and night. Glass can weaken, and hinges can become lose, stuck, or rusted.

All these factors can cause small cracks to get bigger very quickly, can cause the glass to break from the excessive pressure, or can close unexpectedly and cause an injury. The increased liability, disruption of down time for clean-up and replacement, and possible injuries to employees, customers, tenants, or clients are why businesses and commercial buildings should keep Commercial Glass Doors in Repair.

Calling experienced and certified technicians at the first sign of any issue can help prevent injuries, and save time and money. It will also ensure that the building remains locked and secured. Small repairs can be completed efficiently with very little disruption to the business. A more complicated repair may take longer, but will get done as quickly as possible. A replacement will cost a bit more, but the door can be delivered and replaced in a very short time period. Proper installation in the first place can help businesses avoid major incidents and breakage.

Certification by the National Glass Association (NGA) ensures that technicians have been educated on the latest and safest techniques for installing, inspecting, and repairing commercial glass. Not all contractors that offer services to keep Commercial Glass Doors in Repair are certified, so be sure to ask when searching for a glass company. Experience matters, as well. There is a commercial glass contractor in the area that has 70 years of experience!

In addition to repairing glass doors, commercial windows, storefronts, and industrial curtain walls are also installed, repaired, and replaced. Designers are available to consult with business owners, building owners, and business architectural firms to create exquisite entrances, curtain walls, and storefronts for new construction, remodels, or renovations. The building can stand out, attract customers and clients, and remain in excellent condition with one contractor.

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