Monthly Archives: January 2020

3 Characteristics of Energy Efficient Lifts

Every high-rise property owner will understand the costs that are involved in elevator ownership. After all, it can be relatively expensive to have multiple lifts running at the same time even when they are in tip top condition. As a result, eco-friendly and energy-efficient designs have started to increase in popularity as property owners search [...]

The Lowdown on Lift Modernisation

Here at Elevators Ltd, we believe that lift modernisation is just as important as lift maintenance. After all, the mechanical components within an elevator must be inspected regularly by a qualified engineer and repaired as and when required. After all, fully-functioning components and an aesthetical interior are the most fool-proof way to make the best [...]

3 Ways That Elevators Have Changed the World

Although modern elevators as we know them today are the product of the last two centuries, we have been using the idea of the elevator for longer than we realise. In fact, Ancient Greeks would use a primitive rope and pulley system that was powered through slave labour in order to transport materials over high [...]

The Popularity of Home Elevators

The majority of residential properties in the UK were built during the early 20th century which means that they are small, poorly designed and ineffective for the elderly and disabled, who often find themselves confined to the ground floor of their own home like a prisoner. Luckily, home elevators have managed to take over the [...]

The Different Types of Elevator Inspections

As a piece of man-made equipment, an elevator requires a lot of attention to detail from a qualified professional in order to ensure that the moving parts stay in tip top condition. After all, general wear and tear may be impossible to prevent but regular maintenance and routine inspections will ensure that it doesn’t lead [...]

How to Use a Home Elevator Safely

The popularity of the home elevator increases with each year as more and more residential property owners choose to invest in accessibility. After all, many British homes are built with steep staircases that can leave the elderly or wheelchair dependant stranded on the ground floor of their own home. Luckily, a home elevator can be [...]

3 Reasons to Invest in a Traction Lift

As the most common elevator on the market, traction systems are known for their durability, responsivity and smoothness. Here at Elevators Ltd, we stock both traction and hydraulic elevators, however, we want our clients to ensure that they understand the unique characteristics of both setups. After all, there are several differences that property owners should [...]

The Lifespan of an Elevator

Before an investment in a brand-new elevator system is finalised, it is important that the property owner understands what they are getting. After all, we emphasise value for money at every opportunity in order to ensure that our clients invest in a lift system that is able to meet the needs of their property and [...]

The Benefits of Cargo Lifts

Although they may look the same, there are several distinct differences between a traditional passenger elevator and a service elevator. Here at Elevators Ltd, our cargo lifts are designed in order to withstand demanding and regular usage and allow warehouses and other cargo-holding properties to safely and securely transport goods between the different floors of [...]

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