Self-Storage Building Manufacturer BETCO Launches Steelrollupdoors.com

BETCO Inc., a manufacturer of metal buildings and components for the self-storage industry, has launched Steelrollupdoors.com, a website offering steel roll-up doors and related mechanisms at factory-direct prices to self-storage manufacturers and businesses as well as homeowners. The site features a selector tool that helps users choose building, door and trim colors.

BETCO Inc., a manufacturer of metal buildings and components for the self-storage industry, has launched Steelrollupdoors.com, a website offering steel roll-up doors and related mechanisms at factory-direct prices to self-storage manufacturers and businesses as well as homeowners. The site features a selector tool that helps users choose building, door and trim colors. It also features:

  • A glossary of terms used to describe steel rollup doors and their components
  • A list of frequently asked questions
  • Downloadable installation guides and product brochures
  • Details about the company’s shipping and return policies

Founded in 1984 and based in Statesville, N.C., BETCO produces steel roll-up doors and hallway systems for self-storage and other industrial applications. The company’s doors are constructed from roll-formed, galvanized steel to provide high wind-resistance and minimum flex, according to a press release. They’re designed, manufactured and calibrated to operate without adjustment and come with a 10-year warranty on door springs. They also come in a variety of paint colors, with a 4-year film-integrity warranty and a 30-year warranty against chalking and fading.

BETCO also provides refurbishing services for existing self-storage buildings. The company has constructed more than 60 million square feet of self-storage, according to the release.

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