Repair and Service Options

BGID are able to provide maintenance and servicing on all types of garage, roller shutters, and doors giving you complete peace of mind with your security maintained

Door Repair

Door or shutter broken? Can’t open, close, or lock it? No problem, call BGID and we’ll get your problem sorted.

Sometimes we can even fix things over the phone! Offering a nationwide 24/7 repair service for home and business BGID can help. With almost 50 years in the trade we’ve seen all kinds of doors and shutters.

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Repairs and Servicing Number: 0121 559 8666
Out of Hours Emergency 24/7 Callout: 07778 375 310

Door Servicing

Be for your home or business having your doors serviced gives you peace of mind, helps adhere to safety legalisation, and can improve the lifespan and reliability of your doors.

We offer one-off servicing or regular contracts so whatever your needs BGID can help.

Importance of regular repair and service

Regular repair and servicing of doors and roller shutters is important to ensure their proper functioning and longevity. This is particularly important in commercial and industrial settings where these elements are subject to frequent use and exposure to various elements.

Regular servicing can also help to extend the lifespan of the doors and roller shutters. This can help businesses save money by avoiding the need for costly replacements. By performing regular maintenance, the doors and shutters can continue to function effectively and efficiently for a longer period.

Overall, regular repair and servicing of doors and roller shutters is important for their proper functioning, longevity, and safety. Businesses should establish a regular maintenance schedule with a qualified technician to ensure that any issues are quickly identified and resolved, and to ensure that the doors and shutters continue to function effectively and efficiently for a long time.

Door Maintenance
and Safety Legalisation

BGID hopes that the following will help you in understanding the legal requirements for Service, Repair, and Maintenance of Industrial Doors. This information is provided for guidance purposes only, and as a brief explanation of the regulations, it is not intended as a full and comprehensive report – for full information the reader should refer to the full regulations – primarily:

a) The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER)

b) The Workplace (Health and Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992.

1. a) Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER)In general terms these regulations require that equipment provided for use at work is:

  • Safe for use
  • Maintained in a safe condition. (and in some circumstances it is inspected, ensuring that it remains so).

Maintenance and Inspection should be carried out by a competent person, such as an Engineer from an established Industrial Door Company, however, an employee can carry out such work provided he/she is proven to be competent. A full record should be kept of all inspections and maintenance carried out.

1. b) Workplace (Health and Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992

Maintenance of the Workplace and of Equipment, Devices, and Systems. The workplace and equipment, devices, and systems to which the regulations apply shall be maintained (including cleaning as appropriate) in an efficient state, in efficient working order, and in good repair.

Efficient in this context means, efficient from the point of view of health and safety, and welfare, not productivity or economy. Where appropriate, the equipment, devices, and systems to which this regulation applies shall be subject to a suitable system of maintenance.

Regulations require a system of maintenance, where appropriate, for certain equipment and devices – a suitable system of maintenance Involves ensuring that:

1. Regular maintenance (including as necessary inspection, testing, adjustment, lubrication) and cleaning at suitable intervals.

2. Any potentially dangerous defects are remedied, and that access to defective equipment is prevented in the meantime.

3. Regular maintenance and remedial work are carried out properly.

4. A suitable record is kept to ensure that the system is properly implemented and to assist in validating maintenance programs.

Examples of equipment and devices which require a system of maintenance to be in place include:

lighting, fencing, fixed equipment used for window cleaning, emergency lighting, devices to limit the opening of windows, powered doors, escalators, and moving walkways.

The frequency of regular maintenance, and precisely what it involves, will depend on the equipment or device concerned. The likelihood of defects developing and the foreseeable consequences, are highly relevant.

The age and condition of equipment, how it is used, and how often it is used must also be taken into account.

The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1992 include requirements on the competence of people whom employers appoint to assist them in matters affecting health & safety and employees, duties to report serious dangers and shortcomings in health and safety precautions.

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Garage Doors

BGID manufacture, supply and install our own Rowley Range steel side hinged garage doors – these doors are of outstanding specification and construction and are all purpose-made to suit individual opening and client requirements. We also supply and install Garador Up & Overs and Sectionals, as well as Aluroll Roller Shutters.

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Industrial Doors

BGID has been manufacturing, supplying, and installing industrial doors and roller shutters for the commercial and security sectors, for 50 years.

The Company has earned an enviable reputation for its experience, expertise and customer service in the area



From a local convenience store to large supermarkets, the Securi-Store range provides a visible, physical security system. Full shop front systems; curtain walling, roller shutters, window grilles, and bars as well as a range of complementary products; door and frame sets, security boxes, cupboards, and much more



Our powder coating facility offers fast, flexible and quality finishes to your steel products with 180 RAL colours to choose from.

We also offer steel fabrication services to create bespoke gates and barriers, security cupboards and doors manufactured and powder coated in-house at BGID

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Find us

Birmingham Garage and
Industrial Doors Ltd

Units 3, 10, 12
Griffin Industrial Estate
Penncricket Lane
B65 0SN

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