Comprehensive Rolling Door Drop Testing
Keep your garage door safe and in compliance with the fire protection code with a professional rolling garage door drop test. The team at ADP Garage Door Repair offers excellent value on drop tests, and we can ensure your door is working the way you need it to with all of the necessary safety features. The National Fire Protection Association dictates that building owners must have their rolling doors inspected annually and perform any required maintenance to meet NFPA 80 standards. The doors must close completely and offer the proper fire protection. Our technicians have years of experience working with every type of rolling door, and we can handle your test from start to finish each year at a great price and on your schedule. Learn why so many property owners in Maryland trust us for all of their garage and rolling door needs. When you need inspections and tests done, we can get to you quickly and finish the job correctly.
Call us today to schedule an appointment for a rolling door drop test or to ask questions about any of our services! Our team will be happy to assist.
Premium Safety & Performance Results
Drop tests are a great idea for your building whether you’re looking for compliance or need some repairs done to get you there. Every property owner wants peace of mind knowing their rolling doors are in the best possible condition and that no safety issues are lurking. For the safety of any residents, customers, and employees, drop tests are the best way to spot any concerns before they turn into bigger problems.
Here’s how our drop tests work:
The First Step: An ADP Garage Door Repair Technician will open and close your rolling door to make sure your fire door is working the way it should. Modern rolling doors are very reliable, but depending on how much they are used and how old they are, it could be time for some maintenance work.
The Second Step: Our technician will check to see that your rolling door’s automatic closing device resets correctly. This is a critical safety feature that is required by the NFPA.
The Third Step: Once the tests are complete, our team will work with you on any required repairs. We will present custom options to you to get your rolling door back in compliance in a way that fits your budget and schedule, that way you can choose the best route for repairs.
The Final Step: We’ll provide all of the necessary documentation you need to verify your doors have been tested and are in compliance.