Dealing with a roller shutter breakdown – or break-in

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Dealing with a roller shutter breakdown – or break-in

Roller shutters are highly durable, hard-wearing doors that are serve as an incredibly effective barrier against theft, and often stay in operation for many, many years with minimal upkeep But we can’t pretend that they’ll never break down, or that even the most secure shutter is 100% intruder-proof if someone is determined enough.

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Roller Shutter Applications

Although the traditional use of a roller shutter is usually in an industrial environment, they are widely used across a range of sectors and locations, and with good reason – they’re secure and efficient almost anywhere they’re used.

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Roller Shutter Safety

When choosing your roller shutter doors, regardless of the environment you need them for, safety is paramount. There’s a whole host of news reports of accidents involving roller shutter doors, causing death or injuries from crushing or lifting people in industrial, commercial and residential incidents.

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Find the Right Finish for Your Premises with RAL Colours

If you’re looking for a door to match your brand, the building, or existing doors, we have a huge range of RAL colours to choose from.

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Avoiding Roller Shutter Wear and Tear with a Maintenance Plan

Security shutters and doors are built to last – to weather the elements, and to resist attempts at a break-in. It’s the whole point of having one, after all! However, even the strongest, sturdiest roller shutter will begin to experience wear and tear after years of constant use.

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Saving Energy and Reducing Your Carbon Footprint with Roller Shutter Doors

Security is usually the main benefit highlighted as a reason for using roller shutters at a commercial or industrial property and, while it is a fairly large one, it’s far from the only one!

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How to Choose an Industrial Door That Can Withstand the Weather

UK weather is becoming more extreme. From the blizzards of the Beast from the East in March, to the hottest London Marathon on record in April, temperatures in the south of England went from -3.7°C to 24.1°C in just a few weeks. A good industrial door can cope with these changes in temperature and being […]

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