Aluminium Door Servicing at Lord Williams School – Thame, Oxfordshire

Today we serviced all of the aluminium doors at Lord Williams School in Thame, Oxfordshire. This included main entrances, corridors, classrooms and fire escapes throughout the campus.

All commercial aluminium doors are complex components subject to punishing wear and tear on a daily basis. Therefore, to ensure that they continue to function properly, regular service and maintenance is imperative especially in a school.

We understand that anybody in a position of ensuring that a building functions correctly and works to a budget requires:

  • Fixed costs
  • Minor repairs included
  • Adjust speeds of floor spring / transom closer / overhead closer if required
  • Pre-planned service visits
  • Same or next day response to emergency call outs
  • Qualified and competent engineers
  • Minimised disruption during working
  • Health and safety compliant designating safe working area
  • Risk assessments and safe working practices
  • Documentation for records
  • Conditional reports of equipment for planning future budgets
  • Prior warning of end of life / obsolete equipment with solutions for replacement
  • Accountability of communication, workmanship and value for money

We have a specific schedule of works we carry out for each different door type which is detailed within our servicing. We have used our experience, the manufacturers service specifications and legislation compliance to adopt these procedures for every customer and service contract we offer.

This means that the correct amount of time and engineers’ resource is allocated to ensure your doors are safe, reliable and reducing overall costs. Preventative Maintenance servicing reduces the failure of equipment. This is backed up with the level of service our customers require as we understand that when a door fails it affects your business.