Please bear in mind that custom kits can be more expensive because we specify hardware that exceeds industry standards. You've probably heard stories of doors that fall apart after a few years. As a rough rule of thumb, you can count on paying $6.00 per pound of door weight plus an estimated $500 for shipping. For example, the hardware for a heavy 350 pound double wide wooden door could easily cost $2100 plus $500 for shipping, or a total of $2600.
Because of the extensive time and expertise required to process hardware kits, we require a $100 deposit to provide a quote for a hardware kit. This fee will be deducted from the final order amount.
Headroom is the space between the top of the door opening and the ceiling.
Vertical supports (or stiles) span across the width of the door providing stability while the door is being opened.
Nylon rollers are more expensive, and don't last as long, but are much quieter. Steel rollers are less expensive, last longer, but tend to be noisier.
If your door weighs over 1800 pounds we will contact you regarding more powerful motors.
The cycle life of a spring is the mathematical calculation of how many times a spring can be wound/unwound before breaking.
Huge inventory of American-Made torsion springs for same or next day shipping! Our springs have proven reliability over three generations of manufacturing. Here you will find all you need in the most common sizes of 1 3/4," 2," 2 1/4," and 2 5/8" inside diameter springs. Larger 3 3/4" and 6" inside diameter commercial and industrial springs may require a day or two to ship. You'll also find TorqueMaster Springs, Extension Springs, Self-Storage door springs, steel rolling door springs and springs for one piece single panel doors.
Shelves packed with every part you need to fix your doors.
COVID update. Because we care! When picking up parts please wear a mask or keep a distance of six feet.
Please note. Shipping times and costs have changed. Normal transit times are currently not guaranteed, even on next day and second day shipments. Shipping prices on items over eight feet have more than tripled.