As part of a service contract, your service provider should be able to inform you of any violations of the law or compromises regarding passenger safety, spare parts or any necessary renovations. Depending on the type of product, location and use, and then the frequency of visits to a service contract will vary – from two to six service visits per year. A newly installed product covers maintenance as part of the warranty and, when the warranty expires, it is the responsibility of the elevator owner to either extend with the current service provider or look for another provider. If you own or occupy premises that house an elevator, escalator or mobile sidewalk, you and/or your company are responsible for maintenance in accordance with The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. If your elevator is in a workplace, you are also required by law to have the elevator inspected regularly by a competent person who should inspect the elevator for safety and inform you of defects. For more information on Titan Elevators` elevator maintenance contracts, please contact us via our application form or by phone on 0208 308 5040. Stannah Lift Services has a wealth of experience in repairing, maintaining and maintaining elevator products, manufactures or products (including competitors!) that offer local service nationally from one of our eleven services. We handle more than 92,000 lifting products nationally and still hold elevators that have been with us in the service contract for 30 years or more. Mammoet has extensive experience in carrying out heavy work and transportation for a number of important industries, including mining, chemical facilities and refineries, conventional energy, nuclear power plants, wind power, offshore facilities and much more. Among other things, we are known for making world record elevators and for our technical innovation. But the real value of partnering with us is that we can optimize lifting and transportation services in any situation, especially when it comes to maintenance work designed to minimize downtime.
All contracts must include regular maintenance visits, during which an elevator engineer inspects, cleans, cares for and installs all the appropriate components for optimal performance.