01234 854 690

Stable House, 12a Stuart Road, Kempston, Bedford, Bedfordshire, MK42 8HS

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Planned and Reactive Maintenance

What Is Reactive Maintenance?

There is no guarantee that failures of equipment or fittings in your home or business premises will not crop up even if you have an established regime for planned maintenance in place. If your doors are in need of emergency service you will receive a swift response from us to prevent further loss or degradation or remain in compliance with the law. This is reactive maintenance.

Our friendly team are more than equipped to deal with your reactive maintenance needs, whether you are having an issue with your guttering, windows, doors or access control, we are here to help. We provide our services to both domestic and commercial properties throughout the nation. There are no hidden costs with our services so you can rest assured that we have your best interests at heart.

If you are in need of reactive maintenance services then don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. You can call us on 01234 854 690 or by filling out an online contact form.

Solutions for all your needs:-

Tick IconFull Risk Assessment Carried Out
Tick IconAll Door Systems Catered For
Tick IconMinimise Emergency Callouts
Tick IconFully Qualified Engineers
Tick IconLonger Life Expectancy on Parts
Tick IconLittle Planning Needed
Tick IconBritish Standards Approved
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Maintenance & Repairs

It is, of course, wise to have regular planned maintenance. It will save you time, money and inconvenience in the long run. If you wait for problems to come up they are very likely to be serious. Planned maintenance will considerably reduce the risk of this happening and minimise the seriousness of anything that does go wrong. Essentially it is an aspect of asset management.

We offer a comprehensive planned and reactive maintenance service for all makes and types of door system, and we conduct a risk assessment to determine how often this should be done. For example, if a door only gets light use a suitable plan might be just once every year.

If it is busy at some times and quiet at others (say at a Budgens or Co-op store) twice a year would be more appropriate. For a very busy door (say a hospital door) the recommendation is three times a year. A risk assessment for a door used by vulnerable people, which will, therefore, require a greater frequency of maintenance, will indicate what we will offer.

We also provide...

We are a FENSA APPROVED installer

What does this mean for you?

A fensa approved installer will ensure that:

  • Complies with building regulations.
  • Is engergy efficient.
  • Registered with the local council.

When the job is done you will recieve a FENSA certificate. Proving that the job has been done correctly.