Commercial Door Hardware

Commercial Door Hardware Repair & Installation Services

Hardware is what makes a door functional. Typically, no one notices hardware until it doesn’t work. If the door shuts too hard, won’t automatically open, or stops halfway, staff and customers will get frustrated. When you need your hardware repaired or replaced, you need a quick response and professionals who care to finish the job the first time. That’s what you’ll get from CLAD.

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Commercial Door Hardware Repair and Installation Services

As a business owner, it’s in your best interest to keep the doors on your commercial building in working order. Not only are they the first line of defense against security threats, but they’re also one of the few things that both customers and employees will be using regularly. Unfortunately, these constant interactions also accelerate the rate of wear and tear to your commercial doors, which will eventually lead to a complete failure.

This, however, isn’t an option if it’s an entry door to your business that malfunctions. Automatic sliding doors that stop working are a serious problem—especially if the incident occurs during business hours. The same goes for storefront doors that won’t open and faulty access control systems.

Ultimately, the success of your commercial doors relies entirely on the condition of the hardware working behind the scenes. If the hardware for your commercial doors has not been routinely serviced over the years, everything from your commercial door’s hinges, closers, lock hardware, door handles, security key-pad locks, deadbolts, strike plates, panic bars, exit devices, and any other door hardware components will steadily wear down until something finally gives.

Our team of licensed and insured commercial locksmiths at Commercial Locks And Doors are trained and ready to help you get out of situations like the one above. We come to every service call fully equipped to handle any of your commercial door hardware repair or installation issues.

Our professional technicians have years of experience in the field and are well-versed in the installation and repair process for commercial door hardware products of all brands and models. So, whether you need a new entry door lock installed on a metal door or a commercial door push bar repair, make sure to give CLAD a call first!

Front of House Door Hardware

Your front doors are your hello. They set the tone for your interaction with anyone who walks through them. You want hardware that unlocks seamlessly for customers and staff, without confusion or the need to swipe a card twice. Make sure your front door experience is seamless with these brands’ hardware.

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Von Duprin

This brand has a wide range of exterior door solutions for the front and back of the house. In the front, Von Duprin offers beautiful, reliable hardware that will make for a smooth entry and exit experience. When you want the best, most reliable, highest quality hardware – you want Von Duprin. Their exit devices and push bars are world renown.

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Adams Rite

This brand is known for its aluminum glass storefront hardware.  It has options that will work for both wide and narrow storefront doors.

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LCN Hardware

This brand focuses on top-of-the-line door closers in terms of strength and durability. Don’t settle for a knock off of their 4040 series when you can get the real thing.

We also repair virtually any brand of entryway door equipment, including Schlage, Baldwin, Bommer, Emtek, Kwikset, UHS Hardware, and more.

Back of House Door Hardware

Your back of house door hardware is essential because people may need to rely on them in an emergency. Further, those who want to gain access to your building through illicit means often target the back door. They need to be easily openable from inside and challenging to break into from outside. There are several hardware solutions you might choose:

Von Duprin commercial door push bar installed in Livermore, California

Push Bars

Push bars, also known as panic devices, panic hardware, panic bars, crash bars, and exit devices, allow people to open backdoors quickly while they are rushing. There’s no turning of a knob or need to open a lock. First developed to prevent crowd crushing during an emergency, push bars have now become common for commercial doors due to their ease of use and reliability. We repair virtually all brands of push bars, but our preferred brand for new installations is Securitech, which focus on added security with their Trident multipoint locks.

While push bars are usually not required equipment, customers and personnel alike find them helpful for a variety of needs, such as opening the door when your hands are full. They also dramatically reduce the risk of injury during an emergency or evacuation, and are perfect for applications that require fail-safe, instead of fail-secure, hardware.

In addition to standard exit devices, we also install alarmed exit devices, antimicrobial exit devices, vertical rod exit devices for enhanced security, and mortise exit devices.

Learn more about our push bars »

LCN door closer hardware installed

Door Closers

Carrying in a package? A door closer will help out. These devices guide back doors closed, but slowly. As a result, doors never slam in someone’s face. They close slowly enough that you have time to get your package outside, but not so slowly that they are a security concern. Door closers are a must for most entry or exit doors.

Door closers also work as a first point of security just by closing the door. This keeps out bugs and pests, while also reducing energy loss from air conditioning or heating. While most of the door closers we install are surface-mounted, we can also install floor closer and overhead closers.

Learn more about our door closers »

Wrist pull installed on a bathroom door

Foot and Elbow Door Openers

If operating one of your interior doors by hand is a problem, installing a foot or elbow door opener could be the answer.

Foot door openers allow employees and customers to open doors inward using their foot. Foot door pulls are especially popular additions in bathrooms, where customers are more conscious about spreading germs.

Elbow door openers allow people to open a door inward using just their elbow. Elbow door pulls are especially popular in restaurants, where carrying a tray of food can make it difficult to operate a door.

Commercial back of house door with closer, push bar, and additional security features installed in an industrial property

Other Exterior Door Hardware We Service and Install

  • Cylindrical Locks
  • Mortise Locks
  • Exit Devices
  • Continuous Hinges
  • Removable Mullions
  • Thresholds
  • Weatherstripping
  • IC Cores
  • Master Key Systems and Rekeys
  • Access Control Systems

Forced Entry Products by Securitech

Turn your next break-in into a failed attempt with the help of Securitech’s forced entry hardware.

Trident

The Trident system provides multi-point deadbolt action for your back of house doors, without impeding everyday use. The secret is a single-motion system that simultaneously retracts all moving bolts, keeping your door safe, secure, and fire code compliant.

Auto-Bolt Max

The Auto-Bolt Max combines the security of a multi-point deadbolt system with the simplicity of a latch lock. With a quick turn of the handle, you can simultaneously lock or unlock five stainless steel deadbolts strategically mounted at multiple points in your door frame. These systems can work with key or access control, and are available in multiple mounting options.

For All Your Door Hardware Needs

Keyed sets

Hinges

Locksets

Latches

Knobs

Keypads

Mortise-locks

Keyed entry

Push-button controls

Door levers

Cylindrical locks

Mortise locks

Tubular locks

Door levers

Door knobs

Door security hardware

Deadbolts

Door stops

Door jambs

Kick plates

Elbow pulls

And more

Code Compliance

There are several building codes that govern external doors, and we are equipped for all of them:

  • ADA Compliance
  • NFPA Compliance
  • AHJ Compliance
  • Fire Inspection Corrections

What combination of hardware is right for your front of house and back of house doors? Let our expert team guide you to make the right decisions for your property and business.

Save Big on Electrified Door Hardware

Upgrading to an access control system is a great way to make your property more secure with multiple layers of protection. But while there are many dedicated ACS companies to choose from, most of them just aren’t as experienced when it comes to choosing, installing, and maintaining electrical door hardware.

While we install ACS systems ourselves, we are also happy to just handle the electrified door hardware elements of your ACS installation. As hardware experts, we can often provide better solutions for your unique needs, and install them for less. Our options include:

  • Magnetic locks
  • Electrified locks
  • Electrified mortise locks and lever locks
  • Glass door locks
  • Card readers
  • ACS power supplies
  • ACS controllers
  • Power operators
  • Switches and pushbuttons
  • Transfer hinges
  • Electrified exit devices
  • Electric strikes
  • And more
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