CornellCookson installed insulated doors, providing soundproofing and minimizing the noise in the second shop. We also suggest a powder coated image to brighten up the shop.
Graveyard Carz , a reality television show centered on restoration of wrecked muscle cars, recently moved to a new location, requiring rolling service doors on the exterior of the new building. Graveyard Carz owner, Mark Worman also needed an interior door separating the two workshops. “CornellCookson had installed a rolling door for us in our old building. We used it all the time and it’s held up really well over the years. Calling them in again made perfect sense,” stated Worman.
Since one workshop could get quite noisy, we recommended an insulated door, providing soundproofing and minimizing the noise in the second shop. In addition, we suggested to Worman that his workshop could be brightened up by baking a powder coated image on to the door. Everyone on the show really liked that idea, and the new door’s imagery was custom designed by Dan Bernard and features three vibrantly colored Mopar cars, along with the Graveyard Carz logo.
“We are thrilled with how this door looks. The level of detail that’s been captured so clearly on this large door is incredible. It’s exceeded our expectations by far and will definitely do its job as a focal point in our new building,” stated Worman.