Do you have a commercial glass door in dire need of repair? Most of you will say, aahhg my door is fine! Everything is great, functions perfectly. Yea, everything is amazing right up until that 70mph wind rips the door off the hinges. Taking that little elderly lady for a spin down the street. Okay, that’s a little farfetched but accidents like this do occur. The first line of defense against accident and injury is keeping your commercial storefront doors in proper working condition. It’s extremely important. Even if you think there’s not a problem, it’s ideal that you have a commercial inspection every 5 to 8 years by the pros here at A Cutting Edge Glass & Mirror, or any other place you might prefer. If you haven’t decided on which commercial glass company you want to use, look at our Yelp reviews. We’re sure it will help you decide. Visit our Yelp page, we’ve conveniently included a link below.
When is it Time to Call a Professional Within the Glass Industry!
Anytime in doubt, have it checked out! A Cutting Edge Glass & Mirror specializes in all types of commercial glass door repair, no matter the size. We understand the importance of keeping your commercial storefront functioning and in working condition. It’s usually the first thing a customer notices about your retail establishment / place of business. Common wear and tear will eventually occur, we’ve noticed that degradation starts to occur around the 5 – 8-year mark. Some common problems tend to start popping up; vinyl seals start to shrink and wear out, caulking will start to deteriorate, door closers will start to leak, problems with mechanical locks that start to slip, as well as other minor issues. These problems can’t be avoided. We see many common mistakes and issues in the field, most tend to be problems that could have been avoided with a proper initial installation. You can usually save yourself precious time and inconvenience just by regularly having your commercial door and storefront inspected.
Common mistakes in the field are seen all the time! Did you know that concrete that physically touches any part of your aluminum storefront will deteriorate faster? It’s been likened to battery acid; the concrete is super corrosive when in contact with the aluminum. Investigators believe that serious aluminum corrosion problems occur only when a galvanic reaction is set up; in other words, when chloride salts are present in appreciable quantities in the concrete along with aluminum and steel. This any many common pitfalls can be avoided with proper installation, inspection, and proper commercial glass door repair.