COMMERCIAL DOOR SERVICE

R&S Erection of Southern Alameda County, Inc. offers service to many commercial rolling doors, hollow metal doors, glass storefront doors and loading dock equipment. We are a one-stop shop for your company’s doors and docks.

Our technicians are among the best in the industry. They attend regular hands on training and certification programs to keep up to date on today’s latest technology.

We can also custom tailor a preventive maintenance program, within your budget, for all your doors, gates and/or loading dock equipment. Email us today at info@rsdoors.com or call us at 510-876-9416 for a free estimate or more information on any of the services we can provide you to help keep your operation running safely and efficiently as well as secure.

Common Commercial Door Problems
  • Door stuck open

  • Door will not open

  • Dock plate lip broken

  • Broken spring

  • Remotes / wall button doesn’t work

  • Damaged sections

  • Door hit by forklift

  • Damaged slat

  • Entry door slamming shut

Maintenance is the key to keeping your commercial doors and dock equipment running smooth. We offer a Preventative Maintenance (PM) service to keep repair costs down. With the R&S PM plan, you choose how often and we do the rest. Leave the planning and care to us.  Call or email us for more information on a PM plan for the doors and dock equipment on your commercial building.

Picking the right PM plan for your doors.

  • How much use do they get?

    • The more use, the more often it should be maintained.

  • How big are your doors?

    • Large, heavy, high use doors should be maintained more than smaller ones.

  • Is it a fire door?

    • Fire doors are required to be test fired once a year by a professional.

 

A preventative maintenance plan with R&S…

  • Saves you money by helping to eliminate larger more costly problems before they start.

  • Keeps your business running efficiently by keeping your doors and docks up and running with less down time.

  • Safety first!  Commercial rolling doors and dock equipment can be a safety nightmare if not properly maintained.