No other company has come to the rescue with 50-year warp-free guaranteed results utilizing such an array of patented and patent-pending new problem-solving door-building technologies as Sing Core.
Rarely does a month go by where some large door project is presented to Sing Core’s True Flat Team bringing to the table a challenge which has never been seen before. Immediately, the team gets into the lab to find a solution that solves the problems associated with the project at hand.
Since this expectation has not been met previously, there may be not existing protocol for addressing such an issue, and there may never be, but inventor Peter Sing tackles the problem exerting a great deal of effort and ingenuity based on his previous problem-solving methods, that may well result in another patented solution.
That’s why architects, door engineers, manufacturers, and millworks refer those tough, seemingly impossible door jobs to Sing Core. Because you not only want the job done right but you want the resulting door to last a lifetime or longer.
This is where Sing and his crack team of engineers with years of experience making the impossible possible comes in handy.
Thin Framed French Doors
For instance, let’s say you wanted to build a 20 ft. tall pivoting French door with only a three-inch wooden frame on the top and sides. Sing’s True Flat Team would answer, “We’ve addressed that problem before, and the French door’s frame must be at least five inches on those three sides, or it will not qualify for warranty.”
But the architect maintains that any correction in door frame width cannot be changed and has faith in Sing Core’s ability to come through in these unusual circumstances. Faced with such a challenge, Sing’s team does not give up. They go back to the drawing board to see if any of their previously collected data in combination with any latest development and/or patents can address this issue. And if not, ponders the question,
“Is there some new method that can fix the problem?”
If so, not only will there be a new way to solve this issue, but there is probably going to be a new, patented process in the works. And the next time someone brings a challenge door to Sing Core, the response will be,
“Hey, no problem. We’ve done that before.”
This is a common problem-solving occurrence taking place regularly at Sing Core, building an incredible degree of confidence between Sing Core and their high-end clientele. They know that they can trust Sing Core to do it, if there is any way possible to do it. That’s why they say,
“It’s the only way to do it.”
And while there might be a way to create a door that looks spectacular and fills the desired opening, what do you think happens not long after installation? You guessed it: Failure. Failure from warping, bending, twisting, cupping, or delamination, etc. Not so, if your door has patented and patent-pending Sing Core solutions inside.
They may be invisible to the naked eye but hidden inside these unbelievably incredible super large one-of-a-kind unique doors, Sing technology makes all the difference in the world.
Another interesting problem that comes up is curved doors, where the curvature of the door must match a curved wall where the new curved door will be installed.
You might think that due to Sing Core’s reputation for spanning large distances while remaining incredibly straight and true that you would assume this not to be a perfect material to create curved doors. Right? Wrong.
Sing Core can be modified to bend to any exact curvature, and once set in place will never misshapen or move and thereby can also be covered by Sing’s 50-year Warp-free Guarantee. It’s that picket fence of patented and patent-pending Sing Core solutions that are making these doors the talk of the town.
These, thin wood framed large French doors and custom curved doors, are just two examples of Sing Core rising to the occasion to make the impossible doors possible, and not only that, but your finished door can also be guaranteed not to warp, bend, twist, cup, or otherwise fail for 50 years. No other method of building a large, oversized door can offer such a guarantee.