Continuing Education

Interior Doors: Improving Durability Through Design

Approximately 1 hour 15 minutes

Specifying door products that are durable enough to withstand the rigorous demands of high-traffic applications in the healthcare and hospitality industries is crucial to the long-term success of each installation. This course reviews traditional doorway materials and doorway protection options, and provides design solutions that utilize engineered polyethylene terephthalate (PETG) components that extend the life of the door assembly and minimize health and safety issues for the building occupants.

Presented by Mike Delin on behalf of Construction Specialties.

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