Keep Your Storefront Doors Swinging Smoothly
For years, Cypress Door and Glass LLC has helped Philadelphia-area businesses install, repair and replace commercial door hinges in their buildings. As a company, we understand that hinges are the most critical piece of hardware on a door; they control the entire movement of the door, and can render a door unusable if they fail. That’s why our trained service technicians are on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week to travel up to 80 miles from our Malvern, PA headquarters to troubleshoot door hinge issues. A call to Cypress comes with the piece of mind that your door will be serviced by true industry professionals who have the tools, parts and know-how to get your door up and running again.
A Variety of Commercial Door Hinges For Every Use
Cypress Door and Glass LLC stocks door hinges for practically any commercial application. Whether your project requires medium or heavy-duty commercial ball-bearing hinges, spring-loaded hinges, security hinges or “wide throw” hinges, Cypress has the right hinge for the job. And we source hinges from manufacturers in several different thicknesses .
We Are Pros When It Comes To Repairing, Replacing and Installing:
- Ball-Bearing Hinges: A type of hinge using ball-bearings between the hinge knuckles to make movement smoother. These types of hinges are common in residential and commercial applications, often to replace typical plain bearing hinges.
- Plain-Bearing Hinges: This is the standard hinge found across the globe, and does not include ball-bearings or any anti-friction type of hardware. They are less expensive than ball bearing hinges, but tend to become squeaky over time.
- Double Acting Spring Hinges: Also called double action hinges, adjustable spring hinges, cafe door hinges, saloon door hinges and swinging door hinges, these hinges contain springs to help open or close a door. They are common in restaurants and commercial applications.
- Magnetic Strap Hinges: A traditional strap hinge has long “leaves” or straps to be used with wide doors or gates. Magnetic versions do not need to be screwed into anything, and work well with any steel commercial door.
- Stainless Steel Hinges: Stainless steel is one of the most common metals used in manufacturing door hinges. They are great for outdoor applications, especially where humidity and annual rainfall is high. Stainless steel stands up to the elements extremely well, ensuring many years of dependable hinge function.
- Security Hinges: Security hinges enhance a building’s security profile with their non-removable pins, called “riveted pins”. They prevent burglars from being able to remove hinges from doors while attempting to break in to a building.
- Spring Hinges: A hinge that contains one or more springs that bring an opened door back to the closed position, also called a “self-closing hinge”. These are useful in any application where a door needs to be brought to a controlled close every time.
- Wide-Throw Hinges: Builders call hinges “wide throw” when its width is greater than its height. They are used when more clearance, or “throw”, is needed behind the door as it reached 180-degrees open. It allows the door more clearance to clear trims or certain wall features.
- Weld-On Hinges: Weld-on hinges have no holes for screws in them. They are designed to be welded directly onto metal surfaces, creating a solid seal and ensuring maximum durability of the commercial door hinges.
- We Also Service & Repair Door Rollers
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