Pivot Door Thresholds:
Generic vs Integrated

Common questions

  • What type of thresholds are used on pivot doors?
  • How can I change my pivot door threshold?
  • How can I paint my pivot door threshold?
  • Why are there gaps between my pivot door threshold and the frame?
  • Why does my pivot door rub against my floor or area rug?
  • How can I raise my pivot door to clear my floor covering?

Each Modern Steel Doors threshold is custom made and welded to the jamb.

Generic thresholds are fastened to the subfloor at the time of installation and pivot door jambs are fastened to the wall. The two corners where the jamb meets the threshold are not fastened together, resulting in separation over time and jamb misalignment. The sizes and configurations of generic pivot door thresholds are very limited.

Each Modern Steel Doors threshold is custom made and welded to the jamb. We tailor each pivot door threshold to your exact floor covering height and configuration. Our thresholds are permanently welded to the jamb and powder coated together. The result is a seamless threshold that will never loosen.

Modern Steel Doors offers a wide range of finishes with the appropriate balance of sheen and texture.

Our proprietary finishing process has taken decades to develop. This diligent finishing process ensures that every pivot door is a breathtaking work of art that will stand the test of time.

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