We have recently completed a lift modernisation project in Worksop. The lift in question is an 8 person 2 stop passenger lift that was installed in 2007 but the lift control system was starting to become unreliable. After a site survey by our lift technician we spoke with the customer and agreed to change the lift control system, landing pushes, car control panel, shaft positioning system, car top control unit, door safe edges and auto-dialler.

All the parts and components that we fit are open protocol UK sourced parts, which gives the client flexibility in the future on lift maintenance and lift repairs. From receipt of an order we had the lift fully operational within four weeks with the work on site taking less than one week.

The passenger lift is now in service and will give the client a reliable lift for around 15 years. A lift upgrade is a good solution in existing buildings as it saves time, builders-work, money and upheaval on site.

A lift control upgrade is an excellent solution for good quality lifts like the one on this site as it cuts down on call-outs, issues and costs without costing a huge amount of money to do the work.

We always recommend to clients to keep an eye on problem lifts as often lift repair costs can be expensive, when a lift replacement or lift modernisation would save money in the longer term. If we can help with any lift maintenance, lift repairs, lift modernisations or new lifts please contact us

Lift Refurbishment Service

With the help of highly experienced and skilled team members, we are providing highly reliable Lift Refurbishment Services for our precious patrons. We are offering these services in full accordance to the customers requirements. Owing to our quality centric approach, these services are highly acclaimed by the customers. The work undertaken during a lift refurbishment might include the following:

  • Modifying your lift to comply with current standards/legislation, e.g. The Equality Act (formerly DDA); Health & Safety Legislation; Lifts Regulations (1997); BS7255 Safe Working on Lifts; EN81-80
  • Updating your existing lifts to comply with the recently introduced EN81-20 and EN81-50 and soon to be introduced Lift Regulations (2016), which place emphasis on increased safety
  • Aesthetic enhancements to the lift car and landing doors/entrances
  • Enhancements to control/drive systems to improve: Reliability; Ride quality; Traffic flow
  • Automatic re-levelling
  • Reduced journey time