Sustainable Entrances

Revolving doors prevent wind, snow, rain, dust, and noise from entering the building.

But there are more benefits:

They help reduce the energy consumption and CO2 emissions!

In 2006, a group of MIT students set out to figure out the exact cost of our aversion to revolving doors. They found that revolving doors exchange eight times less air that swinging doors, which can add up to thousands of dollars in wasted energy costs per building per year.

Change that 20-30% of people were using the revolving doors.

Of course, the best way to get people to use revolving doors is simply to design them better. Newer revolving doors are the visual focus of an entrance; they’re big and spacious, with fewer compartments, and may turn automatically.

So, if you are considering making an entrance to your visitors, choose revolving doors!

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