Choosing the best door is tough.

Our Lifecycle Cost Analysis can help.

 

This new study investigates door cost savings by comparing four of the most common commercial doors - wood veneer, plastic laminate, hollow metal and Acrovyn - and each door type's associated costs. We discuss initial investment costs, repairs, operations and more.

 

The truth is, cheap doors aren't so cheap. We want to show you why Acrovyn Doors are the right choice. 

 

What is the Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA)?

This study explores a door’s life cycle and the associated replacement and maintenance costs. We will discuss the costs associated with initial investment, operation, cleaning and maintenance for the following door types: wood veneer, plastic laminate (P-LAM), hollow metal and Acrovyn® Doors.

 

Why did we perform this study?

The goal of this study is to objectively evaluate cost savings supplied by Acrovyn Doors compared to other options in today’s door industry. We explore the ways in which doors undergo routine maintenance and replacement while providing realistic cost estimates to help you choose.

 

 

Cheap doors aren’t so cheap.

Here is the real cost to buy and maintain 500 doors over a ten-year period. We conducted a life-cycle study among a number of leading hospitals throughout the United States to compare the total cost of the purchase and maintenance of 500 doors over a ten-year period. We included our Acrovyn Doors along with a wood veneer, hollow metal and plastic laminate doors in the study. The results of our in-depth analysis show that our doors would cost $800,000 less than wood doors and $250,000 less than plastic laminate.

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