Commercial Glass and Aluminum Door
The most secure & most durable entry door option, primarily used for the exterior of the building. Because of their many benefits, hollow metal doors and frames are being recognized as a smart choice for business owners. When appearance is not a major consideration, you should consider exterior hollow metal doors. For starters, they resist many of the problems that can occur with wood doors, like shrinking, sagging, warping and rotting. Furthermore, they have lasting finishes, and hollow metal doors provide safety and security, energy efficiency and long-term wear.
Used for both interior & exterior doors, wood doors have a more aesthetic look to them than a hollow metal door.
Used for storefronts & the main entrance to buildings. Glass & Aluminum doors allow visibility both inside & out of the building without opening the door
Used primarily for storefronts, automatic doors open without physically touching the door when an optical sensor is set off by a customer walking up to the door.
Store Front Door Repair and Installation
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a Federal civil rights law that prohibits the exclusion of people with disabilities from everyday activities, such as buying an item at the store, watching a movie in a theater, enjoying a meal at a local restaurant, exercising at the local health club or having the car serviced at a local garage. To meet the goals of the ADA, the law established requirements for private businesses of all sizes. These requirements first went into effect on January 26, 1992, and continue for both for-profit and non-profit organizations.
For small businesses, compliance with the ADA is not difficult. To help businesses with their compliance efforts, Congress established a technical assistance program to answer questions about the ADA. Answers to your questions about the ADA are a phone call away. The Department of Justice operates a toll-free ADA Information Line (800- 514-0301 voice and 800-514-0383 TDD). In addition, tax credits and deductions were established that can be used annually to offset many costs of providing access to people with disabilities. Day and Nite Doors can help you stay within compliance.