Make a Statement

By Tony Sheridan

Published on: 02-10-2013











Did you know that where you stand in an elevator reflects your status in society? It is also fascinating to observe people who have an inflated sense of self-importance take centre-stage in a lift and command the largest area; normally at the back; smack-bang in the centre. Shy and retiring types normally try to keep themselves inconspicuous by hiding away in a corner and trying to avoid eye contact at all times. Those that perceive themselves as holding a more senior position as regards social standing do not tend to venture towards the front of the machine as this tends to be where the Average Joes stand. Men also look at their reflection in side mirrors and concentrate on the monitors whilst females prefer to stare down at the floor or focus on the walls as they do not want to draw attention to themselves at any point. If you face the back rather than the doors then this can be somewhat disconcerting for fellow passengers as you are not falling in line with ‘lift etiquette’.

Sheridan Lifts finds it quite interesting that people have a code of conduct when they enter an elevator as some stand stock still in case of unexpected turbulence as they do not feel entirely comfortable with their surroundings. Others are completely at ease and so can move about as freely as they wish. We know all about lift repairs, refurbishment, maintenance and replacement as we have supplied a number of reputable establishments with top of the range solutions so they can go about their day to day business without unnecessary interruptions and disturbances. Lift modernisation is extremely important if you want to keep up with ever-changing trends and set the bar for contemporary elevator design. It is vital that your finger is kept firmly on the pulse as you always have to stay one step ahead of the competition which is why elevators need to be renovated and revamped on a regular basis. Shoddy, old-fashioned machinery needs to be changed for more up-to-date equipment which is why you need to get in touch with Sheridan Lifts today on 0161 203 6299 if you want affordable, professional lift modernisation solutions.



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