Butcher, Baker, Door Hardware Technician: It Can Take a Village to Fix
Tom Rubenoff explains why today's door problems require a holistic, interdisciplinary approach to solve them.
In Pursuit of the Weak Link: Stress and Door Frame Failure
Paul Goldense, FDAI, of Goldense Building Products, discusses door and frame failures that are not the result of product deficiencies.
Quality Assurance vs. Quality Control: What Difference Does It Make?
Ron Geren, FCSI, AIA, CCS, CCCA, SCIP, defines quality assurance and quality control and explains the key differences between the two.
Gasketing and Threshold Solutions: It's Time for a Closer Look
Mandy Jetton of Pemko explains the quality and performance benefits of gaskets and thresholds.
CoNEXTions 2015: Face to Face
Mike Clancy of Architectural Resources, Inc. explains why attending DHI's annual event "helps you get better at what you're doing."
Stop, Think and Save: The Basics of Selecting Door Accessories
Brian Marris of Allegion explains why protecting buildings from damage should be a priority when selecting door accessories.
Securing a Welded Frame in Less-Than-Optimal Conditions
Scott Foley of L.I.F. Industries, Inc. provides a "true-world" solution for securing a welded frame.
Field Modifications of Fire Door Assemblies
Matthew Schumann of UL explains some common fire door and frame field modifications and how an opening can maintain its labeled fire rating.
Case Study: Custom Doors Pay Homage to Bank's 20th–Century Aesthetic
Mark Graves of Ellison Bronze explains how the Old Point National Bank embraced its history with the selection of new custom doors.
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