We answer the most common questions about shipping container doors - everything from weight and height to access and modification.
Door cladding is a process in which a thin layer of material is applied to the surface of a door. This can be done for aesthetic or protective purposes. Exterior door cladding can be made from a variety of materials, including wood, plastic, metal, or composite materials.
As a business or property owner in Western Australia, you are responsible for ensuring that your doors comply with the relevant safety standards. This includes both commercial and industrial doors.
As a business owner or property manager in Victoria, it's important to be aware of the door regulations, standards and legislation that apply to your commercial and industrial doors. If you plan to install or replace a commercial or industrial door in your workplace, you must comply with the relevant codes of practice. Failure to do so may result in prosecution or other enforcement action.
Avoid government agencies beating a path to your door with proper industrial and commercial door regulatory adherence.
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Shipping containers aren't just for shipping! There are a whole host of other great and imaginative uses for them. Read on to find out more and get inspiration.
Transportable buildings face harsh conditions in remote areas. Their features allow for quick installation and resistance to wear from the elements.