Like the arteries carrying lifeblood to the integral systems of your body, the doors and hallway systems implemented into a storage building are vital to its safety, efficiency, and overall functionality. Unlike your body, though, you have control over the layout of those systems and the details they possess.
With so many doors and hallway systems to choose from, the decision can be daunting. That’s why we’ve provided this handy infographic—to help you make the right choice for your building and needs.
There are two basic types of doors from which to choose when designing the infrastructure of your storage building. The first is known as a metal roll-up door. These doors are fantastic in situations where large entrances and exits are required. They can be designed to span up to 20’ by 16’.
Roll-up doors can be customized depending on their usage. Select a light-duty roll-up door when extreme durability and weather resistance aren’t the driving decision-maker. Conversely, if pressure and wind ratings are a priority, you may want to opt for a heavy-duty roll-up door.
The other doors commonly used in storage buildings are swing and locker doors. While much smaller than roll-up doors, these doors provide unparalleled security and are sure to remain durable through heavy use.
Hallway systems can also be broken down into two basic categories—Corawall systems and Securawall systems. The first uses interlocking panels to create an aesthetically pleasing hallway, while the second is a more affordable partition that is focused on providing security while retaining function and visual appeal.
No matter what your needs or preferences may be, Storage Building Central can help you design the perfect doors and hallway systems for your storage building. Call today on +1 (844) 315-3151 to find out how!