Closomat opens its doors as service department returns to full operation


Closomat has opened its doors as it aims to ensure the UK’s disabled people can continue to be served sufficiently.

The latest division to resume full operation is the company’s service department.

The company’s nationwide team of engineers have been undertaking any emergency repairs during the lockdown, but is now able to undertake routine service & maintenance too.

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Ian Tomlinson, Closomat’s commercial director said: “It’s about peace of mind for our community. We go to the toilet on average eight times a day. If you need technology such as a wash and dry toilet, imagine the distress if, for whatever reason, you can’t use it.”

“Our service & maintenance contracts reassure our clients that their toilet has been properly checked, by specially-trained engineers, and that in the rare event there is a problem, we will fix it. And it goes without saying our engineers will apply appropriate protective measures when visiting.”

Clients with service agreements can contact Closomat to schedule their annual check or alternatively can take out a service plan.

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