Door Parts

Door Parts

Rolling Gate Brooklyn service techs are thoroughly trained to know your door system, to work fast, and to get the job done right the first time. Door parts can be replaced with the same brand name or equivalent one.

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Occasionally there may be a need for an after-market generic brand or universal replacement part should the manufacturer discontinue supplying originals. When that are most likely to be available are replacements for any parts referred to as ‘functional parts’ or ‘fast moving parts’.

Functional parts are those parts that do the work on the doors and openings. Switches, controls, springs, motors, and sometimes even hinges may be referred to as functional parts. The heavy moving parts are the slats or grilles. Spring and motor are doing most of the work, those that are often the most common to need to replace or repair.


Glass and Aluminum Doors are the most common doors used for retail and commercial entrances. They are available in many styles, colors, and features to customize your entrance and fit your requirements.

Glass and Aluminum Door features include:

Entry and exit pull or push handles for easy access
Panic devices and lever-style locks
Powder coating
Many glass options including Dual-glazed, tempered, and more
ADA Modifications and upgrades


Door Access Controls are available to create a security system that fits your requirements. They are manufactured to handle minimum to high-security needs.

  • Transmitters for doors and gates
  • Magnetic locks
  • Keypad controls
  • Card readers
  • Closed circuit television
  • Phone entry systems
  • Loop detectors


Door sweeps, are an inexpensive and effective way to increase draft protection. Sweeps are attached to the bottom of your door to provide a physical barrier, typically rubber, against cold that could seep through the crack between the door bottom and floor.

The Five Basic Types of Door Bottoms:

  1. The Slide-On- The easiest to install. Slide off the old sweep, slide on the new.
  2. The Snap-In- Can normally be installed without removing the door. They fit into a kerf cut in the bottom of the door.
  3. The Wrap-Around- Easy to install and are adjustable but sometimes requires installing new holes in the door.
  4. The L-Shape- Screws to the inside surface of the door. Easy to install and adjust, but doesn’t always work well
  5. The Staple-On- Requires removing the door from the frame. This type of door bottom is generally found on wood doors.