We can provide you with a comprehensive repair service for your existing Entrance Door and Shopfront.
Our highly skilled engineers can be called out to attend to an immediate problem, or one of our sales team can attend your site to assess your doors and submit a report and quotation.
We hold an extensive stock of the items that are likely to require repair or replacement for both manual and automatic doors, including universal components that will allow us to repair doors that you may have from other manufacturers. And for items that we may not have in stock, we can source directly from other manufacturers or from our network of alternative suppliers.
Our repair service extends to 24 hours a day. Out with normal working hours we offer an emergency call-out service, which is intended to provide security or temporary use of your doors until a full repair can be carried out on the next available working day.
- Manual Doors:
- If your existing door is closing too fast or is heavy to open, or if your door does not close properly within its frame or the lock does not work or if the glass is cracked, we can help. We can replace closures, arms and pivots, as well as locks, glass and other door furniture. In addition, we can upgrade your existing locking arrangements, glazing and door furniture if your requirements of the doors have changed.
- Automatic Doors:
- If you are experiencing problems with your existing automatic doors, we have the knowledge and ability to offer you the most cost effective solution that meets your requirements. And when the extent of the repair to your doors requires a more radical solution, we can offer retro-fit kits for automatic straight sliding doors from other manufacturers. This provides a complete new automatic door system to be fitted into your existing sliding door header, while utilising your existing door leaves, and is often less expensive than the cost of a replacement microprocessor board from some other manufacturers.
For older automatic doors, we can also advise on any upgrading that may be required to allow your doors to meet the current British Standard BS7036.