Lift Maintenance Win – Hartlepool

UK Lift and Escalator Company are delighted to support local industry following the successful win of a multiple unit maintenance contract with a North East Manufacturing facility.

This contract matches the skill set and key strengths of the UKLE team, where attention to detail and the ability to respond quickly to production stopping failures is […]

By |March 26th, 2017|Lift News|0 Comments

Modernisation Project – Gateshead

March will see the completion of yet another modernisation for UK Lift and Escalator Company, this time bringing an old office lift at a Global Print company’s Gateshead site up to todays standards. The Challenges on this site were based around high security and stringent site working practices. UKLE staff all worked together to […]

By |March 24th, 2017|Lift News|0 Comments

Lift Maintenance Win – Liverpool.

UK Lift & Escalator Company are pleased to announce that they have been awarded a lift maintenance agreement for a passenger lift at an apartment block in Liverpool.

Following on from our free site survey; we were able to advise our client on the correct type of maintenance agreement that would be suitable for this […]

By |March 8th, 2017|Lift News|0 Comments

Platform Lift Installation – Leeds

We were recently asked to tender for the installation of a platform lift solution to an exciting new development at Bodington Sports Pavilion in Leeds.


There has been an investment of £5 million in the sports ground which includes a refurbishment of the sports pavilion and a huge 1.6km road cycle circuit. This innovative transformation […]

By |March 7th, 2017|Lift News|0 Comments

Regular Lift Maintenance

Passenger and Goods lift installations are a long-term investment and can be very costly if not maintained correctly.

However, there is a need to ensure that the lift equipment is in a serviceable shape for a very long time.

Keeping a lift in good shape helps you have peace of mind after making this […]

By |March 2nd, 2017|Lift News|0 Comments

Lift Modernisation / NHS Newcastle.

We have recently completed a lift modernisation project for the NHS at a prestigious site in Newcastle following a thorough tender process.


The lift in question is an 8 person 5 stop traction passenger lift that was installed around 25 years ago; the lift control system was unreliable which resulted in the unit being left out […]

By |February 7th, 2017|Lift News|0 Comments

When Are Lift Repairs Required?

As a building owner, you are responsible for keeping your lift equipment in good working condition. There can be serious health and safety risks involved if a lift is not maintained well.

Even minor problems can be disturbing to tenants and visitors. Lifts can be scary pieces of equipment for the public at the […]

By |February 2nd, 2017|Lift News|0 Comments

Lift Maintenance Win – Sunderland

We are delighted to announce we have been awarded a prestigious lift maintenance contract in the heart of the City of Sunderland by a leading property management specialist.

After being contacted by the client we were able to offer a free site survey of the lift equipment by one of our highly qualified technicians so […]

By |January 25th, 2017|Lift News|0 Comments

Lift Repair – York

We were recently contacted by one of the leading tourist attractions in the historic City of York as they were having endless problems with their hydraulic passenger lift.

The incumbent service provider was constantly pushing the client to carry out a full modernisation but having already committed to extensive works within the building a full […]

By |January 12th, 2017|Lift News|0 Comments

Lift Maintenance Win at Sheltered Accommodation, North Shields.

UK Lift & Escalator Company are pleased to announce that they have been awarded a lift maintenance agreement for a passenger lift at a sheltered accommodation apartment block in North Tyneside.

Following on from our free site survey, our technical manager diagnosed a fault with the lift that had been out of service for a […]

By |December 9th, 2016|Lift News|0 Comments