The Modern Door solution for fixing the challenges associated with how to fix a warped door attracts many clients who are seeking to mitigate the damages of doors (especially oversized large doors) that are requiring increased maintenance following installation and failure due to warping wood doors.
And don’t think that we are only being consulted because of the warping wood in these warped doors… You may be surprised to discover that many requests are about warping doors that are constructed of other methods that are thought to be highly warp resistant. Types of warped doors include LVL doors, FRP (fiberglass) doors – even exposed steel doors will bow and twist – followed by the usual suspects in door warping that are well-known.
Why Doors Warp
Doors warp for a variety of different reasons. The most common door warp is due to warping wood. If your client desires a wood surface door (which most do) problems will arise, especially if the door is an exterior door, or has a moisture content variant environment on one side of the door that does not match the other side.
The environmental differences between either side of your door, whether it is a wood door, LVL door or fiberglass door, will cause door warp; even steel doors, if exposed to the elements or extended sunlight will result in significant door bend, enough to compromise door seal and performance resulting in a service call to fix the warped door or door replacement.
Only a few degrees of variance between the two door surfaces may result in noticeable door warp.
Large Wooden Doors Warp
Door professionals amongst the door industry understand that wood doors, especially large wooden doors, will warp, bend, twist and fail because the natural grain is compassionate to the environmental barometric changes and the surrounding moisture content in the air.
Plus or minus seven percent difference on either side will result in your wood door bending sympathetically toward the opposing side. This is simply a beautiful part of the romantic appeal of wood doors but causes continued frustration for the door installers, service people and the client who must call for warped door repair periodically.
Finally, our modern door technology can provide door professionals with non warping wood doors constructed to your specifications with our composite components.
How to Fix a Warped Door
The problem for the contractor and the end user is the annoying constant service calls to fix a warped door repeatedly. Servicing a warped door involves a process of requiring the service person to call on the client to physically remove the warped door.
The warped door is then transported to a door repair shop, woodwork or millwork, where a vast number of permeations and treatments are applied to the door to return it to its once mostly flat condition so that it may be re-delivered and installed until the next time that it warps.
Unless the relationship between the end user and the door shop is benevolent, eventually the client will seek alternative solutions, or redesign the space to accommodate a less problematic egress system.
Non-warping Door Substitution
Architects, engineers, contractors and door manufacturers consult with our non-warping door specialists to design and build a, insulated composite door solution that can be guaranteed not to warp, bend, twist or otherwise fail for 50 years.
The architectural door substitution process combines years of expertise and the latest composite technologies to arrive at the perfect substrate solution to combine with the exact exterior surface specifications and performance requirements.
We guarantee to deliver to you (or your assignee) the best unfinished architectural door substitution (either pre-install or post installation replacement) that will out-perform any known door that is insulated, lightweight, high strength, will all the additional benefits of our non warp door solutions.
Additional Non-warping Door Benefits
- High strength
- Sound deadening
- Any material
- Any style
- Any size
- Fully guaranteed
No More Warping Doors for You
You no longer have to accept the burden of dealing with warping doors of any size, made of nearly any material. Using our expertise, resources and composite materials you can be on your way to enjoying doors that are designed not to warp, bend twist or otherwise fail when properly designed for their intended purpose with high performance functionality.
Feel free to contact us to get your free non-warping door consultation. Keep in mind; if your composite door is built to with our cooperative specifications your door can be guaranteed true flat and to stay flat for 50 years.