High Speed Lift Maintenance Manchester

bronte-courtSheridan Lifts have won the service contract to maintain the high speed lift infrastructure at Bronte Court & Madison Court, Salford.

The 4 high speed passenger lifts installed on the premises covers 264 spacious apartments offered by ClareMont over 22 floors.

Sheridan Lifts have worked closely with the company to prepare a suitable service and maintenance package that is cost effective alongside including our award winning services.

In addition to the service and ...

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Sheridan Lifts win tender to replace 6 lifts in 3 Tower blocks for Birmingham’s Sandwell Council

sandwell-council-logoOn the back of a very successful year in 2014, we are pleased to have started the New Year as the successful bidders for the replacement of all the lifts in 3 high rise tower blocks.

The buildings are to remain occupied and is set to be challenging. However, our experience in this type of works we believe is paramount in delivering this project on time with little disruption to the tenants.

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Sheridan Wins Manchester Hospital Contract

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Sheridan Lifts have successfully received the go-ahead to carry out the fourth consecutive contract to upgrade and Modernise Lifts at North Manchester General Hospital.

North Manchester General Hospital (NMGH) is the Largest Hospital in the Pennine Acute Trust, with a reliant community of 800,000+ People and employing over 8000 staff.

The extensive hospital site was originally three separate hospitals and due to high demand and growing respected reputation, merged into ...

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John Murray Forced to Retire from Boxing

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At the age of 29, John Murray former European and British boxing champion has been forced to retire.

After receiving two operations on a detached retina, doctors have ordered Murray to hang up his gloves or else risk permanent blindness.

In a recent interview with ITV Murray stated: “I’ve had 20/20 vision for my whole life, but at the moment I can hardly see anything out of my right eye. I’ve been ...

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Sheridan Lifts giving Pudsey Bear a Lift

It is the time of year that the BBC’s Children in Need appeal swings back into action!

Sheridan Lifts have decided to give Pudsey Bear a lift by donating £10.00 for each member of staff who turn into work today wearing their Onesie, check out the pictures below!

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£200 Cash Giveaway!

Want to win £200 worth of CASH? Spend it however you want!

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All you have to do is Follow @sheridanlifts or Share & Like the Sheridan Lifts Facebook Page to have your chance at getting your hands on the Gift Vouchers!

Contest Terms & Conditions:
One lucky winner will be chosen at random from all the current Facebook and Twitter follower lists within our account(s) at midday (GMT/UTC) on 27/11/2014. The ...

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Lift Maintenance

 

 

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Lift Maintenance is critical for reliability, quality of ride and above all safety and peace of mind.

Lifts only become a concern when they breakdown. Sometimes, lifts are taking for granted, they move passengers from their homes, and when working in offices they take you to your work place on the floors.

For some business, they are the life line or main arteries of their business. That is why it is critical that ...

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Scottish Elevator Voice Recognition

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Da Vinci Code Lift Accident

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Tragedy as man dies using the lift at the home of Da Vinci Code.

A man using a lift has died at the house in Lincolnshire, which featured in Middlemarch and The Da Vinci Code Film. Investigations are taking place ascertain the cause of the accident.

Lifts are a very Safeway of traveling. But they are machines and machine will and can fail.

At Sheridan Lifts, we offer a complete ...

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Sheridan’s Carl Holt Tees up for charity

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Sheridan Lifts employee Carl Holt has recently raised money for charity in a sponsored all-day Golf Challenge.

Carl and seven other members of the Blackley Golf Club overcame the 72 holes, 300 shots and a 20 mile walk from sunrise to sunset. This was all of course to raise money for a fantastic charity, Macmillan Cancer Support.

All the lads took on the challenge and were all smiles at the beginning of the day, ...

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