Frequently Asked Questions
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We are available to service our clients with 24/7 emergency services. With NO contact and payments can be made directly online on our website or by Phone/ Checks mailed to us.
During an inspection we will visually check the operation and mechanical condition of your doors, looking for any safety or operation issues. We go through a checklist to ensure your doors are in a good, safe working order. If needed, we will recommend maintenance or repairs and provide a quote.
With our preventative maintenance service, we complete a more comprehensive inspection, adjust the door tension with the springs, replace any wearable parts (i.e. belts, rollers, hinges, etc.) and lubricate any moving parts. We would also provide a quote on additional repairs, if necessary.
Cycle-based maintenance we recommend you service your door based on use [i.e. cycles], not time. It's the same as servicing your car based on miles you driven instead of months that have passed. We recommend this approach because the amount of use a door gets is highly dependent on its application. If your door is a high traffic door expect to conduct maintenance more often then, a door that gets light duty use.
Your door is a performance machine, designed to give you maximum utility with minimal problems. However, ensuring your door remains in top condition year after year requires an experienced technician that can identify issues before they become problems, and provide comprehensive service. Servicing your own door isn't recommended as it poses safety concerns for yourself and people using the door after service. It may also void the warranty. Book a free consultation with Abe's Door to discuss various service plans and help us find something that works for your needs and budget.
In between regularly scheduled service, we do recommend you follow our basic care and maintenance tips. This includes frequent visual inspections and occasional lubrication of rollers and hinges.
Door and dock solutions offer wide range of quality products that can meet the demands of customers. Including overhead doors, Dock doors, Fire doors, Automatic doors, Store front doors, Freezer / Cooler door, High speed doors, Wind loaded doors Automated Gates, Access control, dock levelers, HVLS fans, Truck restraints, Dock seals / shelters, Dock communication light and control and more, Industrial door systems provides dependable, cost-efficient long-term service solutions for any company.
Finding parts for loading dock equipment and industrial doors is not always easy. When is it okay (or even an improvement) to install an aftermarket part or upgrade versus an OEM part? We sell after - market product like Track guard, Dock bumpers, Security gates and safety rails, Guard rails, Building protection products such as column protectors, barrier gates, HVLS fans, Trailer fans, Door Operators, Dock locks, door springs, and panels, Light communication and more.
We offer 24 /7 emergency service. Just contact our office during normal hours Phone: [ 832] 232 -9150, After hours call Toll Free: [ 888] 611 - 7703 and we can send out a repair crew very quickly to service your door / Loading dock emergency Service and repair and get your facility back up and running. After hours call Toll Free Phone: [ 888] 611- 7703.
ROI is based on the type of equipment installed, ranging between 1 and 5 years. If the product has an energy-efficient component, your monthly energy savings could make your return come much quicker. That being said, application matters. For example, a high-speed, high-cycle door is virtually indestructible compared to a rolling steel geared towards security.
Loading dock equipment's FAQ
- Dock Bumpers minimizes building impact by tractor trailers
- Wheel Chocks helps prevent trailer movement during shipping
- Caution Signs reminds drivers to chock their wheels before unloading
- Stop/Go Lights shows drivers when it's safe to approach or leave
- Reflective guides help lead drivers straight to loading dock
- Dock Lights shines a light into the trailer to increase visibility
- Security gates prevents drivers from entering building without warning
- Truck Restraints locks vehicles in place and more
Every building's loading area is unique. This includes the building itself, frequency of use, existing equipment such as bumpers or dock seals, size of trucks backing into the receiving area, the height of the door opening, maximum weight capacity traveling over the leveler and more. For the equipment that's right for your facility, contact a Industrial door systems representative for an on-site assessment.