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3 Common Problems Fixed With Elevator Maintenance

When someone thinks of an elevator breaking down, there are usually two very different scenarios that come to mind. One would be the scene from Tower of Terror where the elevator plummets thirteen stories causing the demise of everyone on board. The other scenario is much happier and has been portrayed in many television shows where two people are stuck in the elevator for hours and find that a new, passionate romance is blossoming between them. Both cases are far too dramatic and are extremely unlikely to happen in the little known, but extremely important, world of elevator maintenance. A trusted company will provide repair services for many common types of problems.

No one wants to spend twenty minutes in the morning waiting for the elevator to take them from the twenty-third floor of their apartment building to the first. Long wait times are the most common complaint received. There are several possibilities as to what can be causing this. Defective relays and an old system are the two most likely culprits. An elevator system is much like a person: as it ages it no longer wants to climb up twenty-three flights. This should be when a building owner calls to have it replaced. The relays are the parts that instruct the elevator to go up and down and what floor to stop at. If it becomes old or damaged an elevator maintenance company can replace it with new ones that are guaranteed to help with the overall performance.

Another problem is high energy costs. It takes something to power all of the elevators of the world, and electricity is usually what gets the job done. Just like an air conditioning unit, if the lift is too small or outdated, it will require more energy to power it, and, consequently, more money applied toward the electric bill. A company can repair and replace the motors and other parts of the system to help alleviate this costly problem.

Overheating is the number one cause of a complete breakdown. The position of the control or mechanical system has much to do with this. Many are located outside of the buildings in which the lift is located. This can be a drastic problem when Mother Nature unleashes her fury. On warm days, it is extremely likely (since most mechanical rooms do not have central heating and air) that the system will become too hot and possibly cause someone to become stuck somewhere between floors. Having the company to relocate the mechanical system indoors in a room with adequate ventilation and humidity control will help decrease the amount of breakdowns from overheating tremendously.

Elevator maintenance is a must for any building owner. It is extremely important in order to get everyone to the floor they need and, most importantly, it helps keep them safe whenever they are riding. With a trusted company doing the work, everyone’s minds can be at ease whenever those elevator doors close.

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