Lift Service Experts in Staffordshire

Lift Service Experts

We like to think of ourselves as lift service experts in Staffordshire. Our lift engineers are highly trained in traditional lift maintenance. We do not just turn up for a visual inspection of your lift, nor do we rush the service visit. 

Our lift technicians are trained to do a full risk assessment of your lift equipment on site. This means that it is our goal to make sure we know all work that needs to be done to improve the lift safety and regulations. Often our lift service experts are on site for two or three hours doing a detailed report for our customers. And we don’t charge anymore for this as we work with partners with all our customers.

Nationwide Lift Services offer an excellent lift service to all our customers in the Staffordshire region that include care homes, local councils, NHS and retail clients. We truly understand our customers needs and we work very closely with all our customers.

Did you know the minimum lift maintenance requirement is two visits per annum and not four? We think two very good thorough visits is better than four rushed ones like some companies do.

Our engineers are tasked on breakdowns to find the issue and rectify if possible or source the parts required. We don’t just turn up to do a quick reset and charge you.

Traditional lift maintenance means our experienced lift engineers have 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.

For Lift Servicing or maintenance please contact us on 01782562000 or 

Nationwide Lift Services can also do LOLER inspections nationwide for all types of lifts and escalators. LOLER also requires that all equipment used for lifting is fit for purpose, appropriate for the task, suitably marked and, in many cases, subject to statutory periodic ‘thorough examination‘. Records must be kept of all thorough examinations and any defects found must be reported to both the person responsible for the equipment and the relevant enforcing authority.

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