Inventor Peter Sing discloses how he and his True Flat Team can build enormous doors of any size and/or material and keep them straight and guarantee them to remain warp-free for 50 years.
First, there is the standard answer. Sing uses his patented torsion box hybrid composite core to build large doors that will not warp. Doors with Sing’s patented core inside are Eco-friendly, lightweight, high strength, and are fully insulated for increased temperature control and sound deadening capabilities.
How is it possible to build a large warp-free door?
This question is indicative of the problem facing door companies with doors over a standard height. If a door is over 7.5 feet tall, it is generally excluded from the warranty which might cover the rest of the doors in the build package. You will have to sign a waiver if they do decide to build the big doors for you, but it is more likely that they will have you get it from someone else.
Because they know there is the likely inevitability that those oversized doors are going to warp at the next change of season (or sooner) and they don’t want to be hassled with servicing the warped door.
How to Build a 50-year Warp-free Door
While the simple answer is to use Sing’s patented core, it is far more complicated than that. Peter Sing and his True Flat team have a toolbox full of patented and patent pending anti-warp technologies that they use on each large, oversized door, as no two huge doors are alike. Well, unless they are a pair of matched double door, then they are likely to be the same.
There are so many considerations that Sing and his team review prior to deciding how to build the door. First, it is the door’s dimensions. The bigger the door, the more engineering and warp-resistance needs to go into the door.
Then it is the door’s application. Will it be interior or exterior? Will it be exposed to the elements? If it is an exterior door, what area of the country will it be located? What altitude will it be installed at and which direction will it face?
Finally, what will the intended exterior surface material be made of?
The best parts are under the skin
Under the skin, the exterior surface material of the door, you will find a complex array of Sing technology fighting against the natural inclination of these big doors to move in response to any change in the local environment, including moisture, barometric pressure, heat, cold, just about anything you can imagine, Sing has a technology to keep that door straight.
In the most extreme cases, Sing’s team might be exposed to something new. A new unforeseen challenge, like wood grain’s reaction at high altitudes, or concrete in extremely cold temperatures. Necessity is the precursor to invention, which leads to another new patented Sing solution.
Then there are other considerations to take into account.
Are there any specific expectations such as final door weight, water, fire, sound, or bullet proofing? Impact resistance? Insulation R-value?
Every door with Sing Core inside is a work of art
As you may have guessed, a door that is going to be operated mostly in outer space (NASA) would be built quite differently from a door used in a submarine (US Navy). Just like an exterior front entry door made for Hollywood California would be different from a front door in New York City, even though they look the same and are made of the same basic materials.
Sing and his True Flat Team take all these things in consideration to make sure that the door you install today will not warp tomorrow, or anytime in the future (up to 50 years guaranteed).
This enables the biggest and best door companies in the world to build the biggest and best doors in the world complete with Sing’s 50-year guarantee.
It’s the only way to do it, and all you have to do is to contact your favorite custom door manufacturer or millwork near you and tell them you want a door with, “Sing Core inside,” and Peter Sing and his team will make sure you end up with a lightweight high strength warp-free door you can be proud to have for 50 years or more.