Service Comparison Sheet

Please see below details of our recommended service plans, ranging from fully comprehensive packages for new lifts to basic plans for infrequently used elevators.

Fully Comprehensive Service

Recommended for all lifts with average or higher usage. Lifts, which form an essential part of the business operations or where essential and or disabled access is required. Only available for Lifts installed new by us or lifts which currently meet all of the requirements of the H.S.W act. EN81 and or BS5655 or where this can be achieved by modification. Some items of equipment may be excluded due to obsolescence or age.

Service Plan Details:

  • 12 routine service visits
  • 24 hour service
  • Cost of parts and materials
  • Cost of labour
  • Replacement of sundry items*

* Failed indicator lamps, lift car lamps, lift motor room lamps, lift shaft lighting lamps. Replacement of alarm and other batteries.


Semi Comprehensive

Recommended for all lifts with average or higher usage. Lifts, which form an essential part of the business operations or where essential and or disabled access is required.

Service Plan Details:

  • 12 routine service visits
  • 24 hour service
  • Cost of labour
  • Replacement of Sundry items*

* Failed indicator lamps, lift car lamps, lift motor room lamps, lift shaft lighting lamps. Replacement of alarm and other batteries.


Basic 12

Recommended for all lifts with average or higher usage.Lifts, which form an essential part of the business operations or where disabled access is required.

Service Plan Details:

  • 12 routine service visits

Basic 6

Recommended for short travel infrequently used lifts where breakdown will not cause undue disruption to operations or persons.

Service Plan Details:

  • 6 routine service visits

Basic 4

Recommended for infrequently used non commercial stairlifts and home lifts.

Service Plan Details:

  • 4 routine service visits

Excluded from All Contracts

The cost of labour parts and materials required as a result of misuse, accidental or deliberate damage.

The cost of rectifying a fault caused by items which have been previously recommended for replacement/upgrading where the customer has not taken up this recommendation.

Any cost of upgrading or modifying the lift to meet current or new accepted standards.

Faults or breakdowns which are not reported to us within 24 hours of discovery.