Hollow Metal Doors

Hollow Metal Doors come in a variety of shapes and sizes.  Choosing a quality door is important for the application to insure a long lasting good look and functionality.  At Duke City Doors we have hundreds of choices to provide you with the aesthetic appeal and durability you need. Whether it’s an interior or exterior application, metal or wood appearance, we have a hollow metal door that will work for you. Replacement hollow metal doors can be tricky.  With dozens of manufacturers making hollow metal doors, some of which have gone out of business, matching the hinge spacing to...

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Interior Wooden Doors

Commercial Wood Doors are primarily used when a hollow metal door is not required for maximum security and where weather and price is less of a concern. Wood Doors are available in many shapes, styles,  woods, stains and paints. Office interiors are the most common places for a fine wood office door to be utilized for a good look with a rich decor. Like anything else made of wood, craftsmanship is very important when installing a quality wood door.   Duke City Doors offers quality doors from a variety of quality manufacturers.  At DCD you can count on meticulous...

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Glass and Aluminum Doors

Glass and Aluminum Doors are commonly used for retail and commercial entrances. Available in many styles, colors, and features, DCD can provide standard or custom aluminum glass doors for your entrance specific to your needs. Glass and Aluminum Doors feature: Aluminum frames with less mass for easy opening. Durable locks for security. Entry and exit pull or push handles Panic devices and lever-style locks Powder coating for a long lasting durable finish Glass options include Dual-glazed, tempered, and more Custom modifications and upgrades Hydraulic closers Motorized open and...

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Glass Doors

Glass Doors, including  frameless glass doors.  These attractive doors are pure glass, handles, and hinges. The glass is very thick and heavy, providing an expensive look and feel to add a touch of class to the building decor. These doors are prevalent in malls, offices and church buildings because of their aesthetically pleasing look of elegance.  Glass doors are one of the nicest entry doors you can install in a business. They come with a variety of opening and closing hardware choices to customize the look specific to your needs.   Glass Type Doors feature: Glass size...

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Corrosion-Resistant Doors

Corrosion Resistant Doors are typically manufactured of fiberglass and plastic and are available in all colors.  Fiberglass  laminates consist of a gel coat applied to the mold surface.   This gel coat layer is the primary defense against chemical attack. Layers of glass mat and roving, saturated  with resins complete the laminate materials to seal the door from corrosive agents. 

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Door Closers

Duke City Doors understands the specifications you need to manage the traffic of the door that you are controlling. For a new installation, a significant point to consider is the amount of anticipated traffic expected for the door. Closers are labeled as to how much traffic they are designed to endure before needing replacement. An important factor, when purchasing a closer, is to buy a sizable closer. This allows you the opportunity to adjust the power of the unit. This is also known as torque. When you increase the amount of power to control the door, it allows one to control the...

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Alarmed Panic Bars

Let Duke City Doors adjust or replace your alarmed panic bar. Alarmed panic bars are exit devices that are designed to be fitted for doors used only as emergency exits. These are the doors you commonly see with many warnings about an alarm being sounded when the door opens. In other words, these are the doors that your children love to open while you’re enjoying an otherwise peaceful evening at a restaurant.

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Panic Doors

Panic bar door hardware covers a wide array of choices and can be confusing to determine which type is best for your application. We can help you find the right panic bar for the door you are trying to secure! The following questions need to be answered in order to determine exactly what type of panic bar you need: Is it a single or a double door? What is the door made of? ( ie. wood, steel, hollow metal). Is it an aluminum door with glass in it? Is there any glass in the door? What size is the door? The most common size door is 3 feet wide by 7 feet high. This is commonly referred...

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