Access Doors / Panels

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Find your way to easier access with®! Access doors are a helpful addition to your remodel or new construction to gain access to places where you need to reach the pump on a jetted tub, concealed flush valve, utility access, ceiling, garage access, clean outs and many other plumbing needs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "What are some typical access panel applications?"
A. Access doors and panels are used in a variety of applications where ease of access is desired, as well as concealment. Some of the most common uses for access doors/panels are in pool and hot tub installations, home security, home theatre, wall and ceiling access, bathroom renovation projects, and attic or crawl-space access. Access panels are also commonly found in garages, mobile homes and travel trailers. When using access panels, wiring, valves, vents, cables, etc. are easily accessible. Another great feature of using an access door is that they can often be installed to blend seamlessly into their surroundings.

Q. "What is galvannealed steel?"
A. Galvanneal combines the processes of galvanizing and annealing steel. This gives the resulting steel a fine greyish matte finish which does not flake off when formed or stamped. Galvannealed steel products combine good paintability and corrosion resistance to provide an alternative to the standard stainless steel.

Q. "What is a piano hinge?"
A. A "piano hinge", also called a "continuous hinge", is a type of hinge that runs the entire length of a door. These are used in larger sizes of access doors to ensure square closing doors.

Q. "Will my local fire marshall approve these fire rated access doors?"
A. As local codes always prevail, we recommend to check with your local code authorities before purchasing fire rated access doors and panels such as these shown on this page.

Please note: While we strive to ensure every product we label as "Made in the USA" really is 100% made in the USA, it is also important to understand that sometimes manufacturers make changes to their products, or for various reasons may receive components or materials that they would normally purchase domestically from an overseas supplier - and they don't necessarily let distributors (like us!) know that they've changed something about the product or where it is manufactured.

If you receive a product that® says is "Made in the USA" and the product states it was manufactured elsewhere, please contact us. We will happily replace or refund your purchase to your satisfaction.

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