Accidents happen. Inevitability something will go wrong at your manufacturing plant or business operations. You can minimize injury risk and expense by understanding the best way to handle commercial garage door damage.
We’ve outlined tips below:
Engage a commercial garage door technician.
There are significant differences among the types of commercial garage doors on the market, depending on material, function, and style. Choose a repair service with extensive experience in handling your door type.
It may cost the business to have a door out of commission, but you also need to reduce employee exposure. A heavy, unstable garage door could cause severe injury. Most garage door providers offer emergency services–don’t hesitate to call that line, especially if a cable breaks.
Understand how the issue happened.
You’ll want to know if and how to prevent problems in the future, but if it’s a case of wear and tear, make sure to set up a maintenance schedule.
Many businesses share customer reviews and testimonials online, and third-party companies like Angie’s List can offer insight into performance. But the Better Business Bureau is always a good resource. The repair company should provide references that can validate the work if asked.
Midwest Garage Door Systems Inc. has provided commercial garage door repairs, service, and installation for more than 30 years. Contact us for a free estimate today!