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American Roll-Up Door Co. a Division of DuraServ Corp.

Sales & Service of Dock Levelers & Lifts, Dock Seals & Shelters, Commercial Doors, Safety Equipment & Truck Restraints, HVLS Fans, Tampa Jacksonville Orlando American Roll-Up Door Co. a Division of DuraServ Corp.
Address600‐2 Suemac Rd. Jacksonville, FL, 32254
Phone+1 (904) 695-0950
Contact personMichael Hatsell
Working hoursMon - Fri 7:00 am - 4:00 pm

American Roll-Up Door Company Inc. sells, installs, and services commercial docks and doors and manufactures plants related products for commercial and industrial clients in Florida. The company offers commercial and industrial dock levelers & lifts, dock seals & shelters, safety equipment & truck restraints, door products. It also provides the services to high volume warehousing & distribution, food & beverages, pharmaceuticals, cold storage, parking garages, manufacturing, high security facilities, heavy industrial applications, energy efficient facilities, transportation & transit, retail and auto dealer & service centers. The company was founded in 1982 and is based in Orlando, Florida. It has additional offices at Florida, Texas, Georgia, Louisiana, Connecticut, New Jersey. American Roll-Up Door Company Inc. operates as a subsidiary of DuraServ, Inc.

Branches and additional offices:
(904) 695‐0950 600‐2 Suemac Rd. Jacksonville, FL, 32254
(407) 857‐2427 10501 Rocket Boulevard, Orlando, FL, 32824
(813) 643‐7000 211 Pride Road Tampa FL, 33619
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Articles and publications

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