Trusted Experts in Roller Shutters Repairs Perth
Are you looking for experts in roller shutters repairs in Perth? We’re more than happy to help.
At Perth Homeguard, we have over 30 years of experience in the roller shutter industry. We supply, install, repair and maintain all types of roller shutters. We specialise in residential and commercial roller shutters.
How much does it cost to fix roller shutters in Perth?
As with manually operated roller shutters, the repair cost starts from $300 to $800, and with an automatic roller shutter, the price of repair starts from $500 to $1000.
To get the best value for your money, it’s best to entrust the repair with a roller shutter specialist. At Perth Homeguard, we repair all major roller shutters, especially the products we have supplied and installed. If your roller shutter is covered with our warranty, let us know by sending us your inquiry here.
Types of Roller Shutters We Install, Repair & Maintain
Now, let’s talk about roller shutter repairs:
With break-ins issues in Perth, ensuring your roller shutters are working effectively is critical.
Did you know that Western Australia has the highest rate of break-ins in any Australian state? Every year, there are around 25,000 dwelling burglaries, 8,000 non-dwelling burglaries, and 30,000 property damage and arson cases in WA.
Virtually impenetrable, roller shutters are the simplest and most effective means of protection against these break-ins – but they require to be repaired and maintained to ensure they operate effectively.
How long will it take for the roller shutters to be repaired?
The time it takes for roller shutters to be repaired will depend on the type of shutter and the kind of problem. If the roller shutters are stuck, then applying some WD40 and a little elbow grease can resolve the issue in under 15 minutes. The same goes for proximity sensors, which may need a clean to ensure the roller shutters are working properly. If you have a functional problem, such as a misaligned track, then you are looking at a fix that could take a number of hours. You will have to call a specialist to take a look and for a repair.
So Why Perth Homeguard?
- 10 Year Workmanship Warranty
- Interest-Free Finance
- Flexible Payment Plans
- Factory Direct Price
- 30 Years of Experience
- Friendly & Police Licensed Roller Shutters Installers
- Quick, Safe & Professional Installation
- Free Property Assessment
- Member of Security Agents Institute of WA.
How to know if your roller shutter needs to be repaired?
Below are the signs indicating that your roller shutter has to be repaired.
- The Roller shutter just stops operating.
- Damage that is visible like slats is bending
- You hear unusual noise from the motor
- Cords are broken, and leaks are occurring
- Slats are misaligned, and you can’t seem to fix them on your own
- Roller shutters are broken because of burglary
If you experience the issues mentioned above, then let us know right away.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT ROLLER SHUTTER REPAIRS
My roller shutter got stuck; how do I fix it?
You can fix it by spraying the components of your roller shutter with a lubricant like WD-40. If this doesn’t solve the problem, let us know straight away.
How do you fix a broken roller shutter?
This depends on the type of roller shutter problem. Applying WD40 can resolve any friction issues. If you have a broken slat, then you will need to contact the company and ensure you get an exact replacement. If the chain has become dysfunctional, then you need to get a new one by contacting the manufacturer. If the door is not opening or closing fully, then the sensors might need to be adjusted or cleaned. Many of the issues are simple fixes. But there does come a time when you will need a replacement of your roller shutters.
Do I need to maintain my roller shutter?
Yes, if you live in rural areas, it’s best to have it maintained every six months. In coastal areas, we suggest having your roller shutter maintained every two months. If you need help maintaining your shutters, let us know.
How do I maintain my roller shutters?
Roller shutter maintenance is simple but often overlooked. Every 3-6 months or so, ensure you are applying a lubricant (typically WD40) to the chain and other areas that are subject to friction. You will also want to clean the shutters from debris using a mild detergent. This includes the side guides, the inside, and the pelmet. Be careful when cleaning the side guides – unlike the surface areas, you need to use low water pressure so it does not become misaligned. Painting the roller shutters every now and again is also a good idea, as it gives an improved look and protects against the elements.
Can you spray roller shutters?
Provided you have first thoroughly cleaned your roller shutters, you can apply paint on them for a new look and some added protection. The golden rule here is that you use metal spray paint. If you use the wrong kind, it will result in cracking. You will also want to paint on a dry day and ensure you have enough at hand so you don’t run out. The beauty is that even if you don’t think your metallic roller shutters are the most aesthetically pleasing, you can simply apply spray paint over it – you now have powerful roller shutters that perfectly complement your home. Many manufacturers can paint your roller shutters prior to installation, but you can also paint them afterwards.
How often should roller shutters be serviced?
Regardless of your location or the type of roller shutters, we recommend them to be serviced every 3 to 5 years.
If you need reliable, insured, and trustworthy experts to install, repair, or maintain your Perth roller shutter – give us a call on (08) 9209 8100.