Restaurant Development & Design

JUL-AUG 2019

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Making a Good First Impression With Your Doors As customers walk into a restaurant, the very rst impression they get is from the front entrance. An attractive door can help make a good impression of the res- taurant overall, but one that "markets" and helps to carry out your restaurant's brand concept can be as powerful as any of the outdoor signage. That's why Special-Lite offers a wide variety of custom doors to meet your exact brand specications and needs. For heavy-trafc locations, Special- Lite offers Medium Stile and Wide Stile Monumental Doors. For a more contem- porary look, the Aluminum Flush Door can be anodized or painted and outtted with custom lites to match your restau- rant's decor. Special-Lite Wood Grain Doors are perfect for locations with more traditional architecture. They combine the appearance of wood with the perfor- mance of a heavy-duty commercial door. Special-Lite's wide range of door and frame types and styles can match any restaurant decor and help support its branding. And since every entrance system is made to order, there's never a problem with odd-sized or oversized doors, custom lites or unique hardware. Of course, back-of-house doors are important as well, and Special-Lite has those covered too. FRP Flush Doors can stand up to the toughest use from crew members or delivery drivers. With berglass-reinforced polyester face sheets that are scratch-, scuff-, impact- and stain-resistant, these eco-friendly doors never rust are easy to clean, and will still look new for many years. For doors that will not only sup- port your restaurant's brand and decor but also perform reliably for decades, depend on doors from Special-Lite. A high-quality door and frame from Special- Lite helps make a good impression and reinforces branding. S P O N S O R E D C O N T E N T

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