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Service and Maintenance Contracts on the Isle of Man
We will beat any genuine service contract by at least 20% and attend your site up to 5 times more per year.
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Maintenance for the lifetime of your building We set the standard for advanced maintenance services, ensuring you get the longest lifespan and best performance out of your equipment. D4 doors are tailored to your needs. We lead the field with quality maintenance services for Fire roller shutters, industrial and automatic doors. Whether it’s D4 doors supplied door or someone elses equipment, our maintenance packages provide the highest-quality and most reliable service for keeping it running, in compliance and up to the highest safety standards.
As part of our commitment to total customer satisfaction D4 Doors provide a comprehensive repairs and maintenance service, to keep your shutters and doors in good working condition, ensuring high efficiency and reliable operation. Our staff have a combined experience in excess of 20 years expertise in the repair, maintenance and installation of shutters, doors and associated products. We have found from our experience that in the majority of cases we are able to restore doors to a satisfactory working order, regardless of age or condition.
Our work is carried out by experienced skilled and fully equipped service engineers, who have a comprehensive knowledge of the industry and pride themselves on their quality workmanship. Implementing repair and maintenance solutions is part and parcel of our daily agenda. Our prompt and efficient repairs` service extends all over the island. As well as providing you with a repairs`service that you can trust, D4 Doors also offers an excellent after sales maintenance package to ensure the longevity and efficient operation of your doors. All packages designed and tailored to suit your individual needs
If you are thinking "why should i have a maintenance contract or a service each year" , then read below.
DHF RENEWS ITS CALL FOR REGULAR SHUTTER MAINTENANCE FOLLOWING "NEAR FATAL" WAREHOUSE ACCIDENT
Article first published 15/06/2012
The Door & Hardware Federation (DHF) has renewed its campaign to encourage regular maintenance of industrial roller shutters following a “near fatal” accident at a Scarborough warehouse.
A worker suffered multiple injuries at the warehouse following the failure of a roller shutter due to the lack of proper maintenance. The man’s employers were fined £30,000 after they were prosecuted by Scarborough Council under health and safety legislation.
The DHF, which represents manufacturers of industrial rolling shutters, has repeatedly urged companies to ensure roller shutters are serviced and maintained regularly. Its campaign follows a series of workplace accidents where injuries have been caused by falling shutters.
At the court hearing in Scarborough following this latest accident, Steve Pogson, health and community manager at Scarborough Council, said: “This was a very serious incident that could so easily have had fatal consequences.
“The prosecution and heavy penalty should serve as a warning to everyone with health and safety responsibilities that they must ensure they maintain potentially dangerous equipment in a safe manner.”
After the accident environmental health officers carried out a full investigation, and the shutter was found to have had failures in multiple parts as it had not been properly maintained. Although the door had been subject to repairs, these were only undertaken when a fault occurred rather than being part of a planned system of maintenance and inspection, the court heard.
“Our advice to building owners regarding industrial shutters is clear - it’s vital that regular maintenance is carried out by a competent door engineer. D4 Doors have the necessary skills and they work to high standards for repair and maintenance of doors, shutters and gates. They will also be able to recommend a suitable service and maintenance schedule that will be based on the individual use to which the shutter is put.”
D4 Doors, Douglas, Isle of Man, U.K.