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6 Birch Rd, Broadmeadow Industrial Estate, Dumbarton G82 2RF

t: 01389 298120 e: enquiries@commercialdoorsystems.co.uk w: commercialdoorsystems.co.uk

Welcome to Commercial Door Systems

Commercial Door Systems is a Scottish manufacturer of quality timber door sets and screens.

We produce full 3rd party certified door sets (BM Trada) from FD30 to FD120, as well as acoustic sets from 29db to 42db, clean-room, emergency release and anti-barricade sets. Door finishes include primed for paint, veneered, laminated and fully painted, all produced at our factory in Dumbarton.

Our extensive knowledge of this industry has enabled us to set up our new facility in Dumbarton with highly skilled staff & state of the art machinery; in turn allowing us to manufacture to the highest standard in a clean working environment.

The team on the factory floor have over 40 years of manufacturing experience between them. We decided at an early stage of business to invest heavily in their continuous growth with high level training and new apprentices already in place. It is our intention to keep building for the future with a combination of current experience blended with new ideas and initiatives.

Using the latest software systems for both our timber door and ironmongery divisions, we create door and ironmongery schedules & drawings for each individual door. This makes it easier for the contractor, architect and the client to fully understand what will be supplied as an end product.

We have a real passion for what we do and want to build relationships with all our clients, successfully working together to deliver the highest quality end product.

 

 

Please click on the links below for more information on each of our products and services:

 

Doorsets

 

Sliding Doors

 

Ironmongery

 

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