Trac-Rite Roll Up Doors | Self-Storage vs. Residential
Modern Overhead Door is a proud provider of Trac-Rite Roll up doors. Trac Rite is the best in the business for Roll up doors, and if you don’t believe us go ahead and check them out yourself. Roll up doors have so many applications. They can be used in self-storage, commercial, residential, and agricultural industries. Trac-Rite works diligently on every Roll up door to give you the best protection they can. The springs used in a Trac-Rite Roll up door are coated with EP3 coating and are guaranteed for 10 years. Not just that, but the wind resistance of Trac-Rite’s base models is unparallel to the competition. All Trac-Rite models would be great on both self-storage and residential homes, but here are some facts to know about both.
With Self-storage Roll up doors, security can be incredibly important. Having all that expensive stuff in one place can be scary, so it is important to stay protected. All Roll up doors Trac-Rite offers would be perfect for this, but for added security, on standard pallet racking we recommend going with Trac-Rite’s Raid-lock as well. This turns the standard pallet rack into a secure storage space.
As with the self-storage Roll up doors, any of these options would fit perfectly for your home. For residential homes, it is important to think about the factor the wind has to play as well. Most manufacturers have a base model that offers little to no wind residence, but not Trac-Rite. Their base model has a wind resistance of 115 miles per hour. This should be pretty good for most days in Wisconsin.
It is hard to go wrong with Trac-Rite Roll up doors whether you are looking for residential or self-storage. Call Modern Overhead Door today to get your very own Trac-Rite door.
Modern Overhead Door has been installing overhead doors since 1984. Contact us at call (920) 354-6887 for a free quote on how to add technology to your garage doors for your home or business around these Wisconsin cities and their surrounding areas: Appleton, Neenah, Oshkosh, Ripon, Kaukauna, or Fond du Lac.