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Automatic Door Solutions
Our team have the skills and expertise to safely install a range of automatic doors throughout Milton Keynes, Bedford and the nearby local areas as well as offering these services nationwide. Whether your commercial building is a bank, shop, bar, centre or a library, automatic doors can enable customers of all ages and disabilities to be able to access a building safely with minimal fuss and hassle.
Automated doors can improve a business’s customer service, allowing seamless access in and out of a building, which is ideal during busy times of the day. With many styles to consider, it is important to ensure that you choose the correct door to meet with your own and your customer’s individual needs. With over 30 years of industry experience, our expert team will offer all of the necessary help and support to ensure that you get exactly what you are looking for. You can call our automatic door experts by calling us on 01234 854 690 or by filling out an enquiry form.
We cater for:-
Retail & healthcare
Leisure & education facilities
Choose a styleWide range of automated styles to suit your needs
To comply with BS 7036, your building needs to have disabled access. Our disabled doors come in a range of formats, so we can provide you with a solution to suit your own individual access needs. No matter what style, an automatic door allows seamless access internally and externally and is also ideal for parents with pushchairs and young children.
Safety signage provides instruction to a user to help guide and instruct them to act in an appropriate manner. By having the appropriate signage helps the flow of traffic from one part of a building to another, minimising any accidents and keeping congestion to a minimum for a seamless transition.
In order to identify the type of signs that are required, we will carry out a full assessment of your door installation and install the relevant signage to comply with health and safety regulations. For example, signage can include “No entry” and “Keep clear”.