Dutch Door Hardware LTD, a family owned business, was founded in 1994 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Originally started by David Van Der Gracht, the business has taken on several other members of the family as well. Today, David’s son, Kyle Van Der Gracht manages most of the operations. As a locally owned and operated business, we strive to offer better service than the larger regional companies do, and we put the personal touch in our quality of service. We have grown from a small business to a very competitive company offering a variety of products and services. Whether your needs are residential or commercial, Dutch Door Hardware Ltd. is ready to serve you. Our Knowledge Includes, but is not limited to:
Modifying and customizing steel frames that have been improperly cast in concrete. We save you the trouble of hiring additional trades and the mess of doing it yourself.
Acquiring and fabricating doors and frames quickly. If you have a project that cannot wait 4 weeks, you may not have too. We can cut lead times by fabricating doors and frames onsite.
Late changes in access control made by owners and architects can be difficult to deal with. We can help by modifying your doors and frames to accept these changes without re-ordering expensive materials.
Unexpected change in flooring elevations or poor and uneven concrete work can cause doors to bind on the floor. We can make short work of these problems by undercutting and re-welding bottom channels into steel doors.
Fire separation and fire rated doors not latching the day before an inspection. Let one of our technicians quickly and efficiently move through your building and ensure all your fire rated doors have adequate clearances and positive latching. One failed fire door can mean missing your occupancy date.
Cost saving options! We can look at your hardware schedule prior to ordering and provide alternatives and save you thousands. Why put a $250 door closer on an electrical room that is only opened twice a year. We can help make recommendations to help your company save thousands on unneeded or overly expensive materials.