Overhead Door EverServe Commercial Door Earns Product Innovation Award by Architectural Products Magazine

December 6, 2018

Overhead Door™ Brand’s industry leading performance solution EverServe™ –  one of the first commercial door solutions to feature a springless barrel design with integrated shafts and an extended 500,000 cycle life warranty* – has earned a Product Innovation Award by Architectural Products magazine. Through its pioneering springless design, EverServe™ models 610S, 620S and 625S provide 25 times that of a standard door spring cycle life, creating longevity and reliability over an extended time while cutting costs of spring replacements and downtime.

The Product Innovation Awards honor innovation in the development and refinement of building-related products that run the gamut from windows and openings to interior finishes. Judged by a diverse body of architects and designers, judges were asked to rate the products they found the most innovative and intriguing.

“Earning prestigious recognition from trusted and respected industry publications like Architectural Products is extremely rewarding for the Overhead Door™ Brand. We pride ourselves on innovative design, and EverServe™ is positioned to be one of the best performing products on the market,” said Jennifer Castro, Rolling Steel Product Manager of Overhead Door Corporation.

Winners of the 8th annual Architectural Products Product Innovation Awards are featured in a special section in the publication’s November issue.

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