Commercial Overhead Doors
High Performance Commercial Doors
Ventura County Overhead Door offers an extensive line of commercial overhead doors and garage doors that are built to withstand the most demanding environments. We also carry a complete line of commercial fire rated doors, rolling doors, sectional doors and traffic doors for all business and residential purposes. Since 1992, contractors and builders throughout Ventura County and Santa Barbara County have come to trust us for our specialized design and engineering of high performance commercial doors and garage doors. Besides installing a new commercial door, we also service and repair commercial garage doors and residential garage doors. Most of our commercial door and rolling door showroom consultants have construction and/or engineering backgrounds themselves, so we understand firsthand the unique needs of the commercial and industrial markets.
Selecting a Commercial Door for Your Business
Contractors and builders typically have required (or recommended) specifications when making the purchase of a commercial door, commercial gates or residential garage doors on behalf of their clients. But what about the individual business owner or building owner that is purchasing a new commercial door on his own behalf? Many of us have found out the hard way that it is much better to do our homework and get the facts up front, (or we unfortunately end up paying for it afterwards.) If you’re considering the purchase of a commercial door for your building, showroom entrance, loading dock, security entryway, or business, below is a list of important pre-purchase considerations. Purchasing considerations for a commercial garage door are often very different from those of a residential garage door. Residential customers are typically interested in style (How will this new garage door fit in with the overall “look” of my home? How might the new garage door enhance the home’s value? How will it blend in with other garage doors on the street/in the neighborhood, etc.?), security (Will this new garage door keep my family safe and protect my belongings? Will the garage door help prevent unwanted intruders/theft?), and utility (How often and for what purposes will the new garage door be used? Does it give my family members the entry flexibility they need, etc.?). When purchasing a commercial door, however, the buyer considerations are often very different, as they are typically driven by underlying business objectives.