Thoughts on Exterior Doors

November 29, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

We like to share industry news and information that help educate you in your decisions about solutions for your business.  This week we came across a short article in Metal Architecture Magazine in the spring of 2010.  This article was a short one question interview with four industry experts that sought to answer the question:

How can exterior doors enhance a building aesthetically and what might architects consider when evaluating the importance of doors on a given project?

One of the four experts was Kevin Landgraff, Technical Sales Manager from our partner Door Engineering and Manufacturing LLC.

kevin landgraff door engineering

Kevin commented “The exterior doors on a building act as the first point of entry for visitors, employees, vehicles or machinery, and are often where the first impression of the company is formed. It’s important the doors reflect the company and complement the building and its surroundings aesthetically. Architects should consider where these doors are located on the building and who/what will be using the doors. With today’s technology, doors can be glazed, clad with many materials and powder coated a variety of custom and standard colors. An architect’s desired look can always be accomplished by working with the manufacturer and its designers.”  Click HERE to read the rest of the article.

If you have questions about exterior doors, you can contact the Specified Building Products office at (877) 903-9090 or visit our website.

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