Both partitions and operable walls are great for creating unique spaces within your office, at a conference, or exhibition. While both choices serve a similar purpose, an operable wall and a partition each have unique differences that are better suited for different environments. Depending on your needs, one may be better or more cost-effective than the other. While both options have been designed to offer a premium finish that defines a space while adding privacy for meetings, interviews, or events, let’s explore the differences between a partition and an operable wall so you can make the best choice when preparing your event, office, or meeting room.
Built with varying designs and uses, commercial doors can be a great asset to a business both aesthetically and from an operational standpoint. However, not every door fits all. In order to know which door fits your specific needs, you need to know what types are available. Here are just some of the types of commercial doors offered at The Door Company.
Whether it’s an infestation or just a few unwanted pests, no one likes to be greeted by animals or insects when they walk into their garage. More so, you don’t want to see damage from those pests on your personal items or the garage structure itself. Here are some helpful tips to keep those unwanted pests out of your garage.
Adding a driveway gate to your home property can increase the value of your home by as much as 5%. If you are already thinking about getting a gate for your home, it’s important to think about design, functionality and the contractor before making a decision. The choices you make will have a meaningful impact on the lifespan of your gate and future value of your home. To help you make the right choices, here is The Door Company’s complete guide to buying a driveway gate. Continue reading →
It’s always difficult seeing the light at the end of the tunnel when thinking about home improvement projects. We understand that a new deck or garage door will look nice, but it’s not always obvious how much return on investment (ROI) you get in the long run.