The WB FR-C 800 Series Fire-Rated Ceiling Access Door is a durable, fire-rated flush access panel designed for ceiling installation in applications where fire resistance is required.
The WB EXT 1400 Rain Guard Vented Exterior Access Door with Locking T-Handle is a durable, flush access panel designed for installation in exterior walls in applications where both weather resistance and security are required such as crawl space access doors.
Designed for tape-in installation, the WB GY 3000 Series Gypsum (GFRG) Access Panels offer an aesthetically pleasing, stealth appearance in drywall ceilings and walls with a tapered edge design that blends in seamlessly with the surrounding area.
Ever wondered why access doors are necessary in building construction? You can find them in just about every building and home around, but if you’ve never used one, you may not understand their purpose, placement and ubiquity in the construction world.
Floor doors and roof hatches are among the unsung heros of the construction industry. Although they typically go unnoticed, roof and floor hatches play a vital role of the way buildings operate. They provide access to equipment and storage areas located beneath flooring or inside ceilings that must be reached through a wide opening.
When you are carefully installing drywall, the last thing you need is an access door throwing off the continuity of your project. Metal-paneled doors are durable, but they can become an eyesore outside an industrial environment. A recessed drywall (RDW) door allows you to maintain a clean, smooth finish around an electrical panel or any other area requiring an access door.
Learn how the following factors and requirements will determine your ideal access panel installation. Taking precise measurements and following codes precisely will increase your building's overall safety and make it possible to access ducts whenever necessary.
If you're looking for a durable, visually pleasing, and easy to maintain access door design, then single sheet, laser cut access doors are a great solution. These well-made doors offer many benefits to your business. Find out what makes laser cutting different than other types of access door design.
Access doors often grant access to small, infrequently used spaces, and their designs reflect the ways in which these spaces are used. If you want to choose the right access door for any given space, you must first understand how and why accessibility is such an important concern.
Access panels are needed throughout buildings to protect a variety of structures, from plumbing to electrical systems, while still providing access to them when the need arises. Since access panels exist to protect an area, all good access panel doors are composed of sturdy, heavy-duty materials. But what does this mean?