Some popular styles of commercial storefront doors include a clear anodized-frame single door, a bronze anodized-frame tinted glass double door and a single-acting push/pull double-handled door. Storefront doors often have options for panic rods and thumb-turn locks, notes SBADoors.com.Continue Reading
Most commercial storefront doors have a clear, bronze or silver frame. The glass is insulated or tempered to provide protection against temperature changes. Common sizes are three feet by seven feet or six feet by seven feet, and popular handles are the classic pull handle and push-bar style, notes Kawneer.com.
Panic rods and thumb turn locks are common add-ons for commercial doors. Rim panic rods are mounted inside a door's exit bar, and concealed vertical panic rods are in the leaves. Thumb-turn locks allow a door to be locked from the inside of a building.
Anodized frames are available in a variety of colors, including gold, silver, black and bronze. Handles are available in coordinating finish colors. Bottom rails and hurricane resistance are additional features that can be added to storefront doors.
The stiles, or metal sections of the doors, are available either wide or narrow and three-and-a-half inch verticals and a six-and-a-half inch bottom rails are among the most popular sizes in stiles for a double door. Storefront commercial doors can cost around several thousand dollars, each depending on finishes and add-ons.Learn more about Business Resources