Doors & framed openings

Roll up door

Roll up door

Roll up doors come in a large variety of sizes and colors. These doors are very popular for their ease of installation and reliable operation. Roll ups can be designed to meet the high wind loads (Wind Locked) of the coastal counties susceptible to hurricanes. Insulation can also be added as an option. Doors can be operated by hand or by optional electric motors with remotes.
For light duty or heavy industrial use.

Sectional overhead door

Sectional overhead doors

Sectional overhead doors come in a large variety of sizes and colors. These doors can be purchased with low profile hardware or high lift hardware depending on your needs or application. They can be designed to meet the high wind loads (Wind Locked) of the coastal counties susceptible to hurricanes. Sectional doors are available with and without insulation. Doors can be operated by hand or by optional electric motors with remotes.
For light duty or heavy industrial use.

Sliding door

Sliding door

Sliding doors are custom designed by MBMI. We use special hardware specifically designed for ease of operation and longevity. Every sliding door we design is custom to your building, so most any size is attainable. These doors are sheeted with the same panel as the walls so that it's an exact match. Sliders can be installed with and without insulation depending on your application. Doors are operated by hand and can not be motorized.

Bi-fold door

Bi-fold door

Bi-folds are motorized doors that are mainly used in airplane hangars because they provide a large clear opening. Bi-fold doors get their name from the way they open: one door system that is hinged at the top and hinged half way down to allow it to fold up. However, these doors can be used for any application where a wide opening is needed. MBMI has designed Industrial buildings, agricultural building and even shop buildings using bi-fold doors. Doors can usually be opened and closed in seconds. Bi-fold doors are sheeted with the same panel as the walls so that it's an exact match. They can be designed to meet all wind loads and come with engineered stamps.

Hydroswing door

Hydroswing door

Hyrdoswing doors are hydraulically operated and mainly used in airplane hangars because they provide a large clear opening. However, these doors can be used for any application where a wide opening is needed. MBMI has designed Industrial buildings, agricultural building and even shop buildings using bi-fold doors. These doors are composed of one solid panel that is hinged at the top. Two hydraulic actuators are used to open and close the door. Doors can usually be opened and closed in seconds. Hydroswing doors are sheeted with the same panel as the walls so that it's an exact match. They can be designed to meet all wind loads and come with engineered stamps.

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