Melbourne Elevators

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24/7 Emergency Service:   1800 422 447

Lift Service and Maintenance

Annual Safety Checks and Inspections

A Locally Owned Business

Melbourne Elevators is a Melbourne based lift company servicing a wide range of lift products in metropolitan and greater Melbourne.

We have selected our maintenance staff carefully to cover a wide range of old and new products. All our lift mechanics are honest, reliable and highly competent.
Melbourne Elevators stocks a wide range of parts and has established a world-wide network of suppliers to cover most parts and software.

As Melbourne Elevators is a manufacturer, installer of new lifts, and modernizes old lifts. We can fix what others can’t and will tell you when we think it not worth fixing and offer some options, such as modernisation or replacement!.

Our philosophy is to have happy customers that stay with us for a long time!

We service, maintain, and repair products from:

  • Otis
  • Schindler
  • KONE
  • Thyssen
  • Forte
  • Deve
  • Johns and Waygoods
  • Kleemann
  • Wittur
  • Sumasa
  • Doppler
  • SELE
  • Domus
  • EP
  • Koyo

Maintenance is mandatory

The following lift agreements can be used in part or in full to meet legislative requirements. To ensure you understand what you have selected the Melbourne Elevators staff are always happy to assist.

Melbourne Elevators offers a no obligation lift assessment service. You will receive an assessment of your lift and service recommendations.

All lifts are required under Worksafe to:

  • Be maintained regularly.
  • Have an annual documented safety check.
  • Have an operating emergency telephone. In a commercial lift this must be hands
    free with auto dial through to a monitored 24/7 after hours service

Maintenance Agreement Options:

1. Do and charge agreement

2. Basic maintenance agreement

3. Comprehensive maintenance agreement

4. Builders lift agreement

How to evaluate a lift maintenance agreement:

The following list will assist the customer to avoid excessive charges but ensure they get what is required to meet legislative requirements and to keep lift companies honest!

  • Are you free to leave your contract or are you locked in for 3 to 5 years?
  • Is every service fully documented with a comprehensive check list?
  • How long will the lift mechanic be on site for each service visit?
  • Does the Agreement include the annual safety check?
  • Do you need a comprehensive maintenance contract?
  • How are annual price increases calculated within the term of the contract?
  • Do I have the right to request in writing the qualifications and experience of the maintenance mechanic working on my lift?
  • How many lifts does each mechanic look after p.a.?

To ensure you have the service agreement you require our staff are always happy to assist you through the process.

Why Does Home Lift Maintenance Matter?

Let's keep things simple and straightforward:

Safety: Your safety is our top priority. Regular maintenance checks help us catch any potential issues before they turn into big problems. Think of it like a safety net – it's there to keep you protected.

Reliability: We all want things to work when we need them, right? Your home lift is no exception. Regular maintenance ensures that your lift is reliable and ready to go whenever you need it. No more unexpected breakdowns or delays – just smooth sailing.

Longevity: Last but not least, let's talk about longevity. By giving your home lift some TLC with regular maintenance, you're helping it stay in good shape for longer. That means fewer headaches and more years of hassle-free use.

Home Lift Maintenance Options

We know, lifts aren't an exciting or glamorous topic for most people, but it's essential for keeping you safe, ensuring your lift works when you need it, and making it last for years to come.

Download our cheat sheet for Home Maintenance for some further information!

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