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Our professional locksmiths can repair or install new push bars on your emergency exits, or entire panic doors. Call us for more information or to get a quote. Our 24/7 Locksmiths Locator team can help you install panic push bars on your office exit doors which will allow you to save time when exiting your office building in an emergency situation.  Keep your company safe at all times.

Push Bar Doors and Panic Door Prices

Convenient Door Push Bars for Your Establishment

Panic push bars or crash bars are exit devices that allow for speedy exits in an emergency escape situation in a safe and efficient way. Our locksmith team can assist you in installing and repairing panic bars in educational facilities as well as heavily occupied buildings such as institutions and busy workplace environments which must have panic bars installed for security reasons as well as legal requirements.

panic push bar installationWe service the following doors:

  • Single Doors
  • Double Doors
  • Timber
  • Metal
  • Glass

Many building owners and office managers avail themselves of our panic bar installation services in order to comply with building code requirements as well as to enhance their company’s security.

What is a Crash Bar?

Crash bar doors are doors that feature Panic bars. These bars allow individuals to exit buildings as quickly as possible. Panic bars can be placed on inner-office doors as well as on doors exiting the building. Panic bars allow for extremely easy door unlocking from the inside while allowing the door to remain securely locked from the outside. Crash bars are sometimes paired with alarm systems that sound in the event that they are used. This alerts the rest of the building inhabitants that there is danger and that the premises should be vacated as soon as possible.  In other situations, panic alarm systems can be paired with the panic push bar that alerts local firefighters and police to danger so that they know to arrive as soon as possible. When paired with an automatic alarm system, the panic door will always have a clearly labeled signposted, letting everyone know that the alarm will sound if the door is opened.

Why Your Office Needs a Panic Door

Panic bars are a type of fire exit hardware. The main reason why so many of our clients call upon our panic bar installation services is due to the fact that crash bar installation is required by the National Fire Protection Association NFPA. The regulations and requirements of panic bar installations differ drastically from building to building and depend on several factors. The general rule with panic bar installation requirements is that if the door has a lock or latch with a pull or push feature, it does, in fact, need a crash bar. Hazardous work environments require that panic push bars be installed on them.

Examples of precarious spaces include:

  • Highly electrically charged rooms where equipment is used with more than 600 volts or where the equipment uses less than 600 volts but uses more than 800 amps.
  • Large refrigeration rooms
  • Spaces with an incinerator, furnace, or boiler room.

There are quite a lot of different things that you would have to take into account and installing door push bars is just the first step towards ensuring that your personnel is properly protected. This is definitely something particularly beneficial and it needs to be taken into serious consideration. It is your responsibility and, in a lot of states, legal obligation, to make sure that you have put the respective protocols in place and that you are following what the law has set forth for situations of the kind.

Office Panic Bar Requirements

Here are some general guidelines that our professional panic push- bar installation locksmiths always abide by:

  • The panic push bar has to equal at least half the width of the door it is perched on.
  • The entire push bar unlocking mechanism should not weigh more than 15 pounds.
  • They must be installed on doors to electrical rooms with equipment rated 1,200 amps and above.
  • The NFPA might require push bar installation on any door where they deem it necessary for a specific hazardous reason.
  • On any door that requires a panic bar, one cannot under any circumstances add another door lock such as deadbolts, padlocks or lock and chains. 
  • In areas where hurricanes, earthquakes, and tornados are a greater risk, crash bars are more often required by law.

To find out more about our panic bar installation services and fees, contact our professional 24/7 locksmiths Locator today.

Convenience of Panic Bars

Now, if you are in the serious process of handling your own office, it is the perfect time to check whether the regulations of the state that you are in require the presence of a door of the kind or not at all. Depending on the actual size of your business, it might actually be mandated that you get one installed and this is not something that you can opt-out of.  Regardless of the laws, however, panic doors is an absolutely flawless idea that you should most definitely take into consideration and use to your advantage. Additionally, you should be well aware that they are a perfect part of any emergency system because they are easy to use, quick to open and particularly beneficial. The door push bars are placed on doors that are going to lead you to rear exits, roofs, stairwells as well as other routes which are leading you to safety. Our 24/7 Locksmiths Locator team can help you install Panic push bars on your office exit doors which will allow you to save time when exiting your office building in an emergency situation, keeping your company safe at all times.

Call our 24/7 Locksmiths Locator hotline anytime and discover how easy and inexpensive it really is to install a panic door.