Gate Maintenance and Service

Here at Country Gates and Barriers we take pride in providing you the customer with outstanding Maintenance and Service to support all our equipment once fully installed and handed over. There are many options to choose from depending on your budget.

It is imperative that your system is maintained on an annual basis so that you benefit from your system operating at its optimum level and in compliance with European Safety Directives.

If your gate automation has been installed for less than three years, having your equipment serviced will ensure the three year parts warranty is retained.

Typical Commercial Maintenance and Service Cover

This maintenance package will include TWO visits per annum, with full clean and test of all equipment and safety devices, the lubrication of required parts and full safety operational checks, evaluation of current use and possible future requirements.

Full report via maintenance sheet including any recommendations.

Benefits Are:-

  • TWO full maintenance visits for your system, per annum as detailed above
  • Priority engineer response
  • 24 hour telephone support
  • Safety compliance checks

Please note that other maintenance / service cover options for all of Country Gates and Barriers are available, details can be provided upon request. Call us on 0161 406 5912 for more information.

Warranty and Maintenance

All our products are covered by our 12 month parts and labour warranty, subject to products being maintained in accordance with Machinery Directive Regulations 2008, Health & Safety Regulations 1992, Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, Civil Law, HSE, BS EN 12453, and the DHF Standards and Legislation.

Purchasing a maintenance contract will extend the working life of your equipment and will also ensure that your gates stay fully compliant and up to date with current Health and Safety Legislations.

Health & Safety

It is a Health and Safety Executive requirement, that all power operated doors comply with the Machinery Directive 2008/42/EC and CE Marking Regulations to BS EN 13241, and that if the machinery is not maintained in accordance with the recommendations then no liability for loss can be accepted by the installer/ maintainer of the above equipment.

A copy of the latest Health and Safety regulations for any of our equipment can be provided upon request.

Speak to us on: 0161 406 5912