What a difference a Sunray Door makes

by | Aug 22, 2016

A new door not only looks good; it enhances the building’s appearance and can significantly improve its security.

Across the UK, Sunray is being called upon to replace door installations that no longer meet functional or aesthetic requirements.

“So many ‘older’ doors that have previously been installed are of a wooden or inferior construction and have deteriorated over time,” explains David Evans, Sunray’s Managing Director.

“While they may have been fit for purpose when originally installed, security requirements and standards have moved on and we are now increasingly being called in to install new steel doors in their place to better enhance buildings and protect assets.

“Regular, but simple maintenance is also important to ensure that our products remain in optimum condition and operating efficiently throughout their lifespan. Sunray’s new operations and maintenance pack, delivered with each new doorset or louvre system, enables our customers achieve this.”

Sunray’s new ‘Installation, Operations and Maintenance Guide’ provides customers with details of how to keep Sunray Security Rated, Industrial and Commercial Doors, Louvres and Grilles in optimum condition and perfect working order. To download a free copy of the guide, click here.

At Sunray, we are committed to delivering high quality design, manufacture and installation of high specification steel doors to meet the demands of an increasingly quality conscious market.

To discuss your requirements, or for further information about the wide range of security doors, commercial doors, industrial doors and louvre walls and systems available, call 01233 639039, or email sales@sunraydoors.co.uk.

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