LANCASHIRE LIFT MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS – COVERING YOUR ESSENTIAL LIFTING EQUIPMENT
Wherever you’re based in the Lancashire area, Total Lift Care can provide a dedicated lift maintenance service for your building. Since 2005, we’ve been helping customers just like you maintain and repair their lifts, elevators and lifting equipment either through one of full coverage lift maintenance contracts or on an ad-hoc basis.
We offer a range of ‘Solution’ maintenance programmes each individually designed to reflect the equipment’s technical specification, age, condition, environment and usage.
Our client coverage includes:
Schools & colleges
Residential building management
Private care homes
Architects & builders
Private residential apartments
Hotels & Hotel groups
Offices & public buildings
Religious society, churches & associated groups
Industrial & commercial buildings including storage outlets
Facility management companies
Private hospitals & clinics
Football and sports stadiums
Private residential buildings
LANCASHIRE LIFT MAINTENANCE CONTRACT OPTIONS
Maintaining the equipment at the pre agreed frequency per annum
Provision of maintenance materials and consumable items
Supply of detailed service reports following each inspection
The maintenance programmes and the level of cover provided can be amended to suit your individual requirements extending breakdown coverage and including parts replacement if desired.
All service level agreements offer our preventative maintenance schedules to maintain optimum safety levels and reliability of the installation.
Our service schedules include routine maintenance documents, safety audits and installation appraisal reports.
As part of our services we can also undertake your six monthly LOLER examinations and provide typed examination report.
Passenger lifts and combined passenger / goods lifts in workplaces (e.g., factories and offices) which are primarily used by people at work, are subject to the requirement of periodic inspections.
As a responsible building manager, lift owner, employer or self-employed person with control or providing a lift for use, you have a duty to ensure that your lift is safe for use. It is therefore important that you ensure lift maintenance services and your lifts are inspected on a regular schedule.
Maintaining your lifting equipment and to ensure it remains safe for use is a requirement of PUWER. However, PUWER may not apply when a passenger lift is not used by people at work. With this in mind, should the lift be operated by, or to some extent under the control of an employer or self-employed person in connection with their business, you still have some responsibility for the health and safety of people you do not employ. Responsibility includes members of the public who will use the lift and those people who may also inspect or work on the lift.
Our planned preventative maintenance programmes are designed to reflect the installations design, age, operational environment and lift usage.
We offer 3 standard levels of maintenance cover including ‘bespoke’ schedules to meet client’s requirements, all service programmes include our annual safety audits. Our service programmes include supply of maintenance materials and consumable items as found necessary to enable your lift to operate to its optimum performance.
OUR LIFT MAINTENANCE CONTRACT COVERAGE
LIFT MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS IN LANCASHIRE
WHERE IN LANCASHIRE DO WE PROVIDE LIFT MAINTENANCE CONTRACTS?
For over 17 years we’ve been covering the whole of Lancashire, providing high qualify lift services to a range of clients across the area including: