Elevator Service Agreement

Nationwide Lifts have recently secured an Elevator Service Agreement with a well known hospitality chain. The client required a fully comprehensive contract to suit there needs.
We offered both a standard maintenance contract and a fully comprehensive contract just so both could be supplied as an option.

We offer traditional lift maintenance that allows our experienced lift engineers more time to look after your lifts on site. By offering the right lift service, our engineers can help cut down on call-outs, breakdowns and costs. By spending more time on an individual lift it allows our engineers to prevent issues happening in the future. We do not believe in giving our engineers huge rounds to complete each day as this can cut back on quality and time on site.

We can tailor lift maintenance to suit clients requirements. We can offer standard contracts or comprehensive solutions for your lift servicing. We always take into consideration the type of equipment, usage, age and clients budgets before we agree the best way forward for your lift maintenance solution.

By having the right Lift engineers and the correct lift maintenance regime in place, this will save you money, hassle and downtime for all your lifts.
Our lift engineers have experience in servicing and repair work for all types of lifts.
We currently have lift maintenance contracts in place nationwide for hydraulic lifts, traction lifts, platform lifts, dumbwaiters, step lifts, chain driven lifts and hoists. We look after many exciting sites with various passenger lifts, goods lifts and platform lifts as part of our current portfolio. With some excellent reference sites and reference customers in the UK, we have grown our business via repeat work and word of mouth from these customers.

Please contact us here if we can help further with your Elevator Service Agreement or email head.office@nationwide-lifts.com or call us on FREEPHONE 0800 599 9177. We can offer all types of lift service and maintenance work throughout England, Wales and Scotland.