Gate Operators have been around for years, and most are pretty reliable. But just like a car, if you don’t take care of it you’ll soon have problems. That’s why regular maintenance is so important.
Gate Maintenance Programs
Gate operators are usually mounted outdoors, exposed to rain and sun, not to mention the wind blowing dirt into the mechanisms. Quarterly maintenance will keep the gate working like new. Some gates with high cycle usage require more frequent checks. Cleaning the moving parts, lubricating moving parts, testing the gate limiters, testing for speed and smooth operation, as well as checking the gate itself for integrity needs to done. These checks are all part of a CES maintenance gate maintenance program.
Commercial Electric Systems maintenance will keep things working like new, preventing breakdowns and catching things before they happen. To insure the security of your property it’s important to provide regular maintenance to maximize the operator life.
All Brands of Gate Operators
Rolling gates, swing gates, roll up gates or barrier gates, CES has a maintenance schedule specific to any brand or model, they handle them all. If it turns out you need repairs beyond the opener, such as metal gate welding or fabrication, CES can take care of that too. CES’s door divisioin, Commercial Door Company, manufactures doors and gates in many shapes and sizes. CDC has mobile welding and fabrication trucks that can visit and repair gates right on the spot. Mobile fabrication can save time and money using portable equipment.
Gate Operator Old?
Think your gate opener is getting too old, acting slow and ready for replacement? Don’t do anything until you let CES take a look and analyze the problem. However if it’s truly ready for replacement CES will explain why and recommend a migration path for new unit. CES has years of experience with replacement engineering and installation, adapting newer technology openers to old gates when an exact replacement operator is no longer manufactured anymore.