Comdor LLC is a modern company with an old idea...

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Nick Bottini has been an essential member of the Commercial Door, Frame, and Hardware industry for over 30 years. He served as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for a major Division 8 supplier in the Mid-Atlantic region before starting Comdor LLC. Nick believes in getting the job done correctly and makes a commitment to achieving that goal in every project Comdor is associated with. As president, he oversees all departments of Comdor (estimating, sales and service, contract work, shipping and receiving, and administration) and aids invaluable guidance and training to his employees. Nick has been a resident of Northern Virginia for 36 years, raising his family in Fairfax County.

Fun Facts:

  • Nick played basketball for Potsdam where he and his team won the NCAA Division III championship!
  • Nick was recently inducted into the Rome, NY Sports Hall of Fame!
  • Nick recently became a grandfather and has grandchild number 2 on the way!

Comdor LLC is a modern company with an old idea: Do it right, or don’t do it at all. The company was established in 2014 and continues to grow at a rapid pace. Their service area includes not only DC, Maryland, and Virginia, but wherever customers need assistance with a project. They specialize in furnishing and installing commercial doors, frames, and hardware and offer full-service project management regardless of size or scope. They are one of the only door, frame, and hardware suppliers in the area to offer a full-service sales and service team for emergency service work, field verification, and other on-site needs. Comdor has partnerships with many of the major General Contractors in the area and are always looking to grow their customer base. Their vast portfolio includes projects in every division of commercial construction: multi-family residences, office interiors, healthcare, technology, education, government, and law. Although commercial doors, frames, and hardware are the smallest parts of a construction project, they believe they are the most important.


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