When you invest in a home elevator, you add value to your home. That also means you’ll want to be sure to protect that investment. Registering your elevator and signing up for a service agreement after your warranty has expired are proactive steps you can ensure your elevator’s continued, safe operation despite harsh weather conditions.
You may want to purchase a maintenance plan after your warranty has expired. We strongly encourage all customers to select a maintenance plan for their home elevator.
- Safety: Knowing your home elevator has been recently serviced allows you to feel confident about safety.
- Well-trained technicians: Every maintenance tech is an employee of the company and not a third-party provider. They are knowledgeable about the ins and outs of our systems. Their skillset and expertise enables them to respond to your needs and provide you the maintenance you require.
- Money-saving discounts: Each of our home elevator maintenance plans gives you a streamlined way to pay less while still ensuring your elevator remains operational for years to come.
For the sake of your protecting your investment, as well as the safety of your guests, it’s important to keep up with regular maintenance. Scheduling routine visits from Residential Elevators ensures no problem goes unnoticed. Whether complying with state inspections requirements or just general upkeep, it’s important to know what goes into servicing an elevator. Tips for Home Elevator Maintenance
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