Today’s blog is dedicated to lift appreciation. Rarely do we give credit where it is due to these reality based equivalents to a flying carpet – the magnificent machines that transport us from the ground floor to the 40th floor in a matter of seconds. Instead all we do is grumble and gripe; yes the lift doesn’t smell like a bed of roses when five of the world’s sweatiest humans decide to ram themselves in there all at once nor ...Continue Reading → Share
How many times do you get into a lift and think it won’t make it to the top floor? Or that you’ll be trapped inside for the rest of eternity? Slow moving doors, rough rides to your chosen floor and a button response time that almost make the stairs seem a desirable choice, Sheridan Lifts can help!
A complete face lift isn’t always necessary. Where some companies may only offer you the option of replacing the entire lift, Sheridan Lifts can ...Continue Reading → Share
As a family run business that has been passed down from generation to generation, we appreciate the value of each customer we get, which is why we pride ourselves on our ability to provide you with an impeccable, proficient and personal lift service. And since we first opened Sheridan Lifts back in 1979, we have had heaps of practice in the elusive area of customer satisfaction. This is why our lift engineers are at your beckon call (a service only ...Continue Reading → Share
Lifts are a pivotal part of your business, although they do not seem overly significant to your day-to-day business they are essentially the hub of your company. Speaking from personal experience whenever a lift breaks down anywhere, general panic ensues. And that is precisely why it is vital that your business’ lifts are regularly serviced.
The challenging part, however, begins when trying to find a lift company that offers its customers a quality service as well as value for their money. ...Continue Reading → Share
Any business or institution that owns a building in which a lift is present will know that it is imperative that the lift is regularly serviced. Under Lift Maintenance regulations, property owners have a duty to ensure the safety of their building’s residents and visitors.
This is where the challenging part begins however, with the rise of cowboy companies surfacing every day how do you know who to trust? And that is where we can help! Here at Sheridan Lifts we ...Continue Reading → Share
Lifts are available in a variety of shapes and sizes and travel at different rates of speed. They are among the safest available forms of transportation; however, there are important guidelines passengers should follow to assist in ensuring lift safety. Knowing how to properly ride a lift is highly essential. It is also important to be aware of what to do if the lift ...Continue Reading → Share
A lift, also called elevator, is one among the most underrated pieces of human invention. It’s a vertical transport equipment that moves goods or people between floors or levels of a vessel, building, etc. Not many people realise if it hadn’t been for lifts, the skyscrapers or tall buildings adorning most modern cities’ skylines wouldn’t have been possible. A lift may seem like a simple piece of technology and engineering.
However, if you dig deep, you’ll find out there’s more than ...Continue Reading → Share
Lifts and elevators come in different categories, types, builds and designs to suit the building and the purpose for which they are installed. Passenger lifts are the most common, but other types also include cargo lifts and dual-purpose lifts that are designed for both passenger and heavy cargo. Read on to know which type is best suited for your building.
Types of Lifts for Different Buildings
This is the most common type of lift and can be found in almost any ...Continue Reading → Share
Passenger lift installation is a long-term investment. However, there is need to ensure that these machines are in serviceable shape for a long time. Keeping a lift in good shape helps you have peace of mind after making this investment. Unfortunately, many building owners overlook lift maintenance. Like any other machines, passenger lifts need regular maintenance and servicing.
Benefits of Regular Lift Maintenance
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If you are planning to install an elevator in your office building, then it is important to ensure that your employees understand the importance of following lift safety precautions at all times. Unfortunately, many organizations equate safety training with having a few colorful lift safety posters around the office or with a short talk about it during office meetings.
Knowing how to react to an emergency and actually tackling an emergency in real life are two completely different things. Read ahead ...Continue Reading → Share