3 Factors That Can Influence the Cost of an Elevator

As one of the most important
investments a property owner can make, the team here at Elevators Ltd ensure
that our lifts are inspected before and after installation in order to confirm
that they are fit for use. With this said, there are a variety of different
components that clients should take into consideration when selecting a lift
for […]

By |February 25th, 2020|Lift Company|0 Comments

3 Things to Consider for a Domestic Lift Investment

The majority of British homeowners often presume that their
property is unsuitable for a domestic lift installation. After all, the
passenger elevators that are available for public use are often large and
bulky. Luckily, residential alternatives have been designed with domestic use
in mind in order to provide homeowners with a variety of benefits for an
affordable price. Read […]

By |February 25th, 2020|Lift Company|0 Comments

How Realistic is Magnetic Elevator Technology?

For almost 200 years, elevator technology has utilised steel
ropes or hydraulic pistons in order to move a cab between the different floors
of a building. In fact, the reliability of the traction system which uses a
rope and pulley attached to a sheave, is the very reason why skyscrapers are
possible. Here at Elevators Ltd, we’ve decided […]

By |February 18th, 2020|Lift Company|0 Comments

3 Reasons to Choose Elevators Ltd

An elevator is a specialist piece
of technology that has been perfected over several centuries worth of
development. After all, it was the emergency safety break created by Elisha
Graves Otis in the 1850s that paved the way for the birth of the modern
elevator industry as we know it today. Here at Elevators Ltd, we like to […]

By |February 12th, 2020|Lift Company|0 Comments

The Benefits of Stair Lifts

Although they are often branded
with negative connotations, it is important that people recognise the
importance of the stair lift. After all, it is one of the most quintessential
accessibility tools on the market and can be installed with ease and
simplicity. Read on as the team here at Elevators Ltd go over some of the
benefits that can […]

By |February 5th, 2020|Lift Company|0 Comments

The Difference Between Geared and Gearless Elevators

The traction lift is considered
one of the oldest designs of the elevator industry as it has been in use since
the early 20th century. After all, the rope and pulley system that
it uses is reliable, and the implementation of a counterweight ensures that
energy is used as efficiently as possible. Here at Elevators Ltd, we want […]

By |February 5th, 2020|Lift Company|0 Comments

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 for more efficient alternatives. […]

By |January 31st, 2020|Lift Company|0 Comments

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 first impression. Read on […]

By |January 31st, 2020|Lift Company|0 Comments

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 cliff edges and […]

By |January 25th, 2020|Lift Company|0 Comments

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 industry like never
before. […]

By |January 22nd, 2020|Lift Company|0 Comments