What is the Best Practice for Elevator Maintenance?

People who live in tall buildings dread broken elevators. They cause delays – and repeatedly broken elevators can even cost you, residents, as people move out. Some residents, of course, are unable to use the stairs at all.  Condominium owners expect to be able to reliably access elevators at all times, but too many building managers and condominium associations forget about elevators until something goes wrong. That leaves you with residents complaining, the building taking a hit to its reputation or, worse, having to rescue somebody stuck in the elevator. The solution is proper, regular maintenance – but a lot of people don’t know what the best practices are. Here are some tips.     Read the article………………..

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