Lift Maintenance Win in Middlesbrough

UK Lift & Escalator Company is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a lift maintenance agreement for multiple lifts at an historic events venue in Middlesbrough. We offered a free site survey of the lift equipment on site and then worked closely with the client to ensure we offered them the right lift maintenance contract. We have to take into account the type of lift equipment, age, usage and also the client’s budget when we offer a lift contract. We can offer very flexible lift maintenance packages for all of our customers.

This lift maintenance agreement will see us once again offering our traditional lift maintenance contract for the lifts on site, which I am sure, will help cut down on call-outs and repairs. Our traditional lift service allows our highly qualified engineers to spend longer servicing each lift on site, which reduces potential call-outs or lift breakdowns. Our engineers have vast experience and knowledge of all types of lift equipment, which allows us to service or repair all types of lifts and escalators. Along with our open protocol policy on parts and components and our first time fix policy on repairs, we believe we offer the highest level of service throughout the North and Midlands. We also believe that quality workmanship gives us happy customers.

Following our lift maintenance visits, we provide all customers with a traffic light report on their equipment, detailing the items that require attention, either now or in the future. This allows the customer to plan ahead with regards to remedial works and budget for anything that may be required in the future. All parts and components we fit are open protocol and we work closely with clients to consider all costs.

Why not give us a call today to see how we can help? Whether it’s traditional lift maintenance, a lift repair, lift modernisation or refurbishment or even a new lift installation, we’d love to hear from you.

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