Specialty Doors is gaining a lot of experience and visibility in the commercial design world, and especially within the entertainment industry. From the installation of soundproof accordion doors at the Albuquerque Sound Stage to the big installation done at Sony Studios in Culver City, there are a growing number of locations where our doors are… Read more »
Specialty Doors has always been committed to providing top-rate service to our customers. In fact, the custom doors and sliding door hardware that we sell are a product of our desire to serve clients with unique needs for doors and the related hardware. We are always looking for ways to stand out above the competition… Read more »
More than just Specialty Doors Everyone wants to find the perfect gift for their friends and family this time of the year; the trick is finding that blend of style and practicality. At Specialty Doors, we know nothing else! We have numerous models of doors, door handles, and door pulls for you to select from.… Read more »
At the Entrance: A Swinging Acoustical Door When you are trying to achieve that perfect melody, the synchronous blend of sound that melds the instruments and voices together, you need to have every detail picked out perfectly. From the tuning of the guitars, to the pitch of the singing, everything must be just so,… Read more »
Soft Closing System for Sliding Doors The advantages: Less noise Sliding doors with soft closing system should be installed on furniture and in rooms where considerable concentration and quiet are required. In bedrooms, hotel and patient rooms, conference and meeting rooms, offices and barrister’s offices, doctor’s surgeries, care and treatment rooms and the wellness area.
People are looking for interesting new ways to define the spaces in their homes, while saving space. We’ve talked to so many people who need a door for access between rooms, but want something different than a swinging door. We understand the problem they are facing and have the solution. It’s the same solution that… Read more »