The Best Roller Shutter Repairs From
Perth’s Leading Experts
No one can predict what can cause our roller shutters to need repairs, whether they’re for a residential property or commercial, roller shutter repairs are an unfortunate necessity.
At Perth Homeguard, our team has over 30 years of experience when it comes to roller shutter repairs, servicing and maintenance for properties around the Perth area.
We can repair a range of roller shutters - from electric roller shutters to manual and even cyclonic roller shutters. Our Australian made security products come with a guarantee to last for years to come.
Here’s Why Perth Homeguard Has The Best Roller Shutter Repairs In Perth
Common Reasons to Get Your Roller Shutter Repaired
At Perth Homeguard, we understand that some things can just happen. So, here are a few common issues that we come across when doing roller shutter repairs.
- Issues with the electric roller shutter motor
- Stuck or jammed roller shutters
- Winder mechanism has failed
- Misaligned slats
- Visible damage to the shutters
- Guide issues
Types of Roller Shutter Repairs We Do
At Perth Homeguard, we’re known for custom making roller shutters, security doors , security screens and security screen doors for both Perth homes and businesses. We also then provide maintenance, servicing and repairs for them, should they need them.
From manual roller shutters, to electric, to battery operated roller shutters, to cyclonic, bushfire and flame zone shutters, we can create a design that will not just complement your building but also protect it.
Frequently Asked Questions
Regular maintenance, such as cleaning the shutters, lubricating moving parts, and avoiding excessive force while operating them, can help prevent some common issues and extend the lifespan of your roller shutters.
It is recommended to have your roller shutters serviced annually to ensure they are in proper working condition. Regular inspections can help identify potential problems early on.
Look for signs such as loud or unusual noises, difficulty in opening or closing, uneven movement, or visible damage to the shutter panels.
Common issues include damaged slats or panels, broken springs, malfunctioning motors or controls, misaligned tracks, or electrical problems.
It is recommended to hire a professional for roller shutter repairs as they have the expertise and tools required for the job. DIY repairs can potentially cause more damage or pose safety risks.