Door entry system repairs plus maintenance service agreements
As with our Burglar Alarm Maintenance and CCTV Camera Maintenance, we offer a wide range of flexible maintenance agreements for all types of access control systems to prevent any door entry system repairs on systems with two doors up to 200 doors, we can provide an agreement that works around you or your business.
Keeping up regular maintenance on a door entry system, including electronic locks and video intercoms, is vitally important to ensure the system continues to work as expected. Your system should still be periodically inspected thus reducing door entry system repairs.
What to expect with our maintenance service agreements
Our fully qualified and experienced engineers carry out door entry system repairs and maintenance inspections on any system despite its age, condition or technology. After every maintenance visit, a full report is written up indicating all the checks and repairs carried out on your system. All chargeable items will be agreed prior to any work being carried out, this way there are no hidden costs.
We don’t just give the locks or intercoms a quick clean either. We carry out a strict checklist of inspections on every piece of equipment. On top of that, we also provide telephone support and remote access so you have instant support, further minimising any major downtime of your system.
We, Unique Fire and Security Ltd, are a fully approved door entry system repairs and maintenance company and are regularly inspected by the SSAIB (Security Systems and Alarms Inspection Board) to reassure all our customers that we’re completing all our jobs to the highest standard adhering to British standards.
A further advantage of our door entry system repairs and maintenance service is that our 24 hour a day customer service contact line is available with guaranteed engineer attendance within 4 hours or less for all contracted customers. Our engineers are fully equipped with the relevant spares and tools to ensure no return visits are required, minimising the downtime of the system.