OPEN AS USUAL

Following the Government’s announcement regarding the second lockdown that will come into force on Thursday 5th November, we can confirm that we will remain open and continue to operate as normal.
We are doing all we can to protect employees and customers, and will endeavour to keep things running as smoothly as possible throughout this difficult time. Our delivery install service is running as normal.

Should you have any requirements now or for future projects, please contact us: 0116 2695050 or email info@automaticaccess.co.uk.

Thank you and stay safe.

Automatic Access Doors: Blog

How 2020 Changed the Business World

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way businesses operate beyond all recognition. The virus itself has been a human tragedy of massive proportions – yet while 2020 was a challenging year for everyone, the forced changes have made businesses rethink the way they function in a positive way. © dotshock / Shutterstock.com The practical changes

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Diamond Partnership Status With Record Automatic Door Products

Automatic Access is an independent company that has been installing automatic doors since 2004. It has been recognised by one of its suppliers, Record UK, as a Diamond Partner. Record designs and builds some of the best automatic door equipment in the world. Their Diamond Partner Program has been designed to recognise and reward the

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Government Grants: How to Improve your High Street Potential

Today, more than ever before, businesses across the UK need as much help as they can get to survive the coronavirus crisis. Business owners are being urged to look into the government grants that are available, including additional funding due to the pandemic. Taking up the funding they’re entitled to will not only help businesses

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WW2: The Blackout

During World War 2, the Blitz was one of the German military’s most devastating attacks on Britain, killing 32,000 civilians and seriously injuring a further 87,000 people. The sustained bombing raids on major cities, ports and manufacturing centres between 1940 and 1941 destroyed two million houses, 60% of which were in London. The terrifying air

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How to Make your Business more Sustainable

We’ve all read advice about the importance of making your business more sustainable to conserve our planet’s dwindling resources for future generations. The UK is leading the way in terms of sustainable practices in the workplace, with 75% of businesses believing they have a vital role to play, according to research. A study by HSBC

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