- Lift Model: Different models have different parts that require different types of maintenance. The lift installation company can provide you tips on how to take care of the specific model that you have chosen.
- Duration: Different models need to be maintained at different intervals. It is recommended to maintain lifts every 12 months. Some types of repairs need to be done every few years due to constant wear and tear.
- Location: Your location determines the local safety codes. So where you are located also affects how often your home lift needs to be checked and maintained.
- Contract: You can enter into a maintenance contract with the company that installed the residential lift. Such companies usually offer different options depending on the type of lift it is and the amount of usage involved. You may also choose to have a contract based on what works best for you.
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Elevator Maintenance Tips & Choosing the Right Service Provider
Residential lifts are becoming increasingly popular. They add more convenience and safety to your home, allowing comfortable mobility to your loved ones – including the elderly and those using wheelchairs. Since home lifts are relatively newer, proper maintenance is largely an untouched topic. How Often Does Your Lift Need Maintenance? There are many factors that determine how often your residential lift needs maintenance. The different factors to consider are as follows: