Keep Your Distance

If you are travelling to work on public transport, then it is safe to say that you inevitably have a preferred seat on the bus, train, tram or metro. You may like to sit right at the front where it is less crowded and you can actually have a bit of breathing space or alternatively take one of the places at the back as you do not want to be disturbed by the chitter-chatter of businessmen or school kids. Most people congregate around the middle of a vehicle; especially if there is ample standing room available; as they can place their bags between their feet without the worry of someone knocking their precious belongings over and causing a disruption. Nothing is more annoying than having a soggy umbrella poking into your back or someone’s heavy rucksack pressing against your face in an overcrowded space as this only makes an already stressful and unpleasant commute even worse. Keeping your distance from other passengers can prove impossible in rush hour; especially if you board smack bang in the middle of a journey as it is normally only the lucky travellers who get on at the bus depot or start of the met route who have the means to pick and choose where they opt to sit.

If you use an elevator on a day to day basis then there is a certain type of etiquette involved when you embark this quick and easy mode of transport. If there are only two or three people in a lift at any one time then they will most certainly scuttle to the far corner as we want to stay as far away as possible from other individuals and avoid making any sort of eye contact. If you are unfortunate enough to encounter any sort of problems when you are in the elevator then it can cause one hell of a commotion; especially if people do not like being confined to small spaces for a long period of time. At Sheridan Lifts, we pride ourselves on our excellent levels of customer service as far as lift repairs are concerned and all of our skilled and seasoned lift repair specialists are professional and pragmatic; practical-minded and pro-active.

If you want to discuss your ideas further and work together with us on some interesting lift planning concepts then we will be more than happy to assist. Lift installation needs to be as thorough and meticulous as possible if you are to get anywhere fast and you need to make sure that all angles are looked at and scrutinised in detail. Call Sheridan Lifts today on 0161 203 6299 and have a chat with one of our friendly and welcoming team if you are interested in taking things to the next level.