Door at the end of long hallway with exit alarm device installed by Door Remedies
  1. Do you work on residential doors?
    No. Our expertise results from years of focusing exclusively on commercial doors and hardware.
  2. What is an ADA compliant door closer?
    These are door closers that meet the ADA (American Disabilities Act) requirement for door opening force.  DooRRemedies can inspect your current doors and equipment and make recommendations to assure ADA compliance.
  3. How do I determine the hand of the door?
    Stand with your back to the hinges.  If the door swings to the right, it is a right handed door.  If it swings to the left, it is a left handed door.
  4. Do I need to know the hinge and lock locations when ordering a new door?
    Yes, because each door manufacturer has different locations, based on the height of the door.  Measurements can be taken from the door or the frame.
  5. Why do I need to know the backset?
    There are two common backsets for locks in this country 2 3/8 and 2-4. The backset is the distance from the edge of the door to the center of the 2 1/8 bore hole.  Dummy sets have no latch and are surface mounted so can be installed anywhere on the door.
  6. Can I have access control without adding wiring or electrified hardware?
    Yes. Cyberlock easily converts existing mechanical locks into access control systems.  Click to here to learn more about this innovative system.
  7. Do you install and service your products nationwide?
    DooRRemedies is based in St. Louis, MO and installs and services in all neighboring states.  We can arrange for installation of our products throughout the U.S.