Project Spotlight: First Baptist Church

Project Spotlight: First Baptist Church

Location:  First Baptist Church, Kearney, NE Project Size: Renovation size, 112,000 square feet Products and Services: Door Hardware Hollow Metal Doors and Frames Wood Doors Consulting Services First Baptist Church purchased the old Kearney High School and planned to...
Meet the Midwest Door & Hardware Family

Meet the Midwest Door & Hardware Family

(Recent sales-support training participants pictured above) Our customers are our priority, and that’s why we’ve worked tirelessly to build a team of people whose goal is to give you the best experience. We chatted with some of these team members (new and...
Embracing Change Through Education and Training

Embracing Change Through Education and Training

At Midwest Door & Hardware, our mission is to deliver exceptional quality products and service with professionalism and honesty that surpass our client’s expectations. To do this, and do it well, we have to stay on the cutting edge of industry updates. Which is...
Is Your Building Ready for Back to School?

Is Your Building Ready for Back to School?

As students are heading back to school, making sure they are safe is at the top of everyone’s priority list. Administrators and facility managers across the country seek out new ways to better secure their schools and protect their students. In turn, companies are...
Creating a Keying System for Your Facility

Creating a Keying System for Your Facility

By Katie Flower AOC, CSI, CDT Training Specialist ASSA ABLOY A lot of planning goes into creating a key system for your facility that will stand the test of time.  In a previous article, you learned about patented and restricted keyways, cylinder types and other...
Restricted, Patented, Security, and UL437 High Security Key Systems

Restricted, Patented, Security, and UL437 High Security Key Systems

There’s a common misconception of key security, and it goes like this: “As long as your key is stamped with ‘Do not Duplicate’, everything will be ok!” If only it were that easy. It’s a common practice to stamp keys with “Do Not Duplicate” and adopting an optimistic...