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Automatic Door Servicing

March are national providers of automatic and manual door servicing and maintenance to a wide number of national retailers, hoteliers, student accommodations, private housing groups and more. Our broad UK wide engineer network provides coverage throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

We can provide servicing as a one off, or get you set up on one of our effectively managed annual PPM Service Contracts tailored to suit your sites specific needs. Our engineers are all fully qualified to carry out competent servicing on your automatic door equipment and provide you the peace of mind that the doors are fully compliant and safe to use.

The current British Safety Standards (BS 7036 (96) and BS EN 16005: 2012) state that anyone with an automatic door operator should have at least one service per annum to ensure their door is safe and fully compliant. Whilst we always recommend the one service as a minimum, we may recommend more services for those sites with a higher footfall, for example schools, shopping centre etc.

What is a Preventative Planned Maintenance (PPM) Contract?

Our planned maintenance contracts offer 1+ services per annum. The servicing not only ensures the doors are safe, it also acts as a preventative measure by picking up on any issues that our engineers may detect whilst inspecting the equipment.

We will always advise you of any issues found and offer a quote for recommendations. We see this as being more cost effective for maintaining your doors efficiency when comparing this to the cost of a break down call out and then more serious issues arising with the doors, and potentially more expensive parts that could have been prevented.

We believe that regular planned maintenance is key to ensuring safety for you, your staff, your customers, tenants, or anyone who uses the doors. Whether it's 1 door, or 200, we have the team and the know how that can help ensure your doors are being maintained to the highest standard and running exactly as they should be, with minimal down time.

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