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Commercial Services


Dependable Door Systems understands the importance of owning a commercial overhead door that is not only functional but also able to withstand the daily operations in the toughest industrial environments. We offer a wide selection of insulated and non-insulated commercial upward acting doors to fit your exact specifications. We work closely with the leading manufacturers in the industry to ensure our technicians have the latest installation training on the most advanced products available. Continuous installation and product knowledge training are part of the essentials for us to install your new doors correctly the first time.


The usage of your commercial doors typically dictates the frequency of repairs your commercial doors will need over their service life. Our technicians are available for same day service because we understand how important it is to get your commercial doors back up and running. In most cases we can be on a job site within 4 hours of receiving a call. We repair or service the following: Bearings, End Brackets, Hinges, Torsion Springs, Cables, Door Panel Replacement, Operators, Roll Up Doors, Tune Ups, Chain Hoists and Weather Strips.


Your employees, just like your customers, are vital to running your business successfully so we recommend a preventive maintenance program tailored to your needs. Whether you are a commercial building owner or a business tenant, the safety of those people working around those doors is a must. We do a 21 point inspection on your doors to ensure that all parts are in good working order. We start by establishing a baseline inspection of your doors, make recommendations for repair, set up a regularly scheduled inspection program that can be done monthly, quarterly, bi-annually or annually by one of our qualified technicians. We will put together a report annually on your doors so you can understand what you spend on repairs and maintenance of those doors. This report can be used as a component of your annual budget to determine if the doors should be replaced or left in service under a preventive maintenance Plan. The last thing anyone wants is an employee injured by a door needing repair.