Your steel building kit can include framed and matching trim for openings around windows, personal steel building doors, overhead doors, and open-air entrances.
RHINO standard windows are aluminum frame horizontal slide style. These windows are both attractive and practical, enhancing the look, light, and ventilation of your structure— and are virtually maintenance free. They are available in insulated or non-insulated styles. Choose from sizes 30” x 30”, 40” x 30”, and 60” x 30” in white, bronze, or mill.
Doors for metal buildings are available in 30″ x 70”, 40” x 70”, and 60” x 70” double doors, with or without glass openings. Choose from three styles of steel building doors in white or bronze. All doors come standard with insulation, lever-style lock and key, steel frame, and threshold. Options include heavy-duty door closers, panic device and hardware, and mortise (dead bolt) locks.
Overhead metal building doors are available from RHINO in both cylinder drum type and sectional. Choose from manual or electrical lifting systems. Order your steel framed opening to coincide with the appropriate door size. All doors for metal buildings have the option of being insulated and can be wind certified to meet or exceed any local building codes. Styles range in a wide variety of materials and sizes up to 36’ wide, with or without windows. Tell us your requirements and our friendly and experienced building consultants will assist you in choosing the best steel building doors for your specific application.
For aircraft hangars or farm or industrial buildings which require large equipment, RHINO’s most popular overhead steel building door sizes are 45’ wide and 60’; however, hangar doors for metal buildings are available from 24’ wide to 70’ in wide. Bi-fold steel building doors are offered with optional hydraulic lifts. Sliding hangar doors are also available as an option. These hangar doors can be insulated and certified wind rated to satisfy or exceed the building codes of your area.
Framed openings can be factory located at the location of your choosing on your building. This saves time and labor in the erection process on the job site. Larger openings can be prefabricated to accommodate virtually any doors for metal buildings such as large bi-fold doors or slide doors for aircraft hangars or for large equipment storage, like trucks or farming equipment.