ATDC has a folding door for the ages



ATDC’s commercial folding doors are frequently specified and installed on heritage buildings in Australia.They are generally regarded as enhancing the aesthetic appeal that preserves the older-style look of these older, historical structures.

Some recent doors supplied by ATDC to the new Edmondson Park shopping centre in southwestern Sydney had a copper wash finish applied to give them an older, antique appearance.

This finish is applied through a basic rag roll process which is very effective in achieving this copper wash appearance.

The project managers for this job were Regiment, who contracted out the application of the special finish described in this article.

For further information on their commercial folding doors, visit ATDC’s website at or contact them toll free on 1800657435.

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