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U.S. Door to Provide Wind-Rated Doors for Creative Tent International

U.S. Door & Building Components has partnered with Creative Tent International (CTI) to provide wind-rated rolling doors for CTIs portable tent structures.

U.S. Door & Building Components, an international supplier of rolling steel, commercial sheet doors and products for the self-storage and metal-building industries, has partnered with Creative Tent International (CTI) to provide wind-rated rolling doors for CTI’s portable tent structures.
 
CTI manufactures large fabric structures for rental companies, large events and the military. Its tents are used in extreme environments, including military applications in Afghanistan. U.S. Door, with expertise in dealing with extreme weather and wind conditions, provides a line of wind-rated products, including the 651 model wind-rated roll-up door chosen by CTI. The door will be installed on the slope side of CTI tents.
 
For more than 25 years, Florida-based U.S. Door has produced self-storage building components, self-storage roll-up doors, re-locatable buildings, lockers, mezzanines, wind-rated products, commercial sheet doors and heavy-duty rolling slat doors. The company created the first-ever self-standing mezzanine system designed for maximizing big-box buildings.

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