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Frequentely Asked Questions

Maintenance costs for elevators can vary widely depending on factors like elevator type, usage, and location. On average, they can range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars annually.

The frequency of inspections and maintenance visits under an AMC can vary, but they are often scheduled monthly or quarterly to ensure optimal elevator performance.

Yes, AMC contracts can often be customized to meet your specific building's needs, including adjusting the frequency of visits or adding specific services based on your elevator's requirements.

Contact your elevator service provider immediately if you encounter any issues or malfunctions covered by the AMC. They will dispatch a technician to address the problem.

Elevator manufacturers and installation companies often provide warranties for newly installed elevators, covering parts and labour for a specified period.

Yes, modernization can include accessibility upgrades like Braille buttons, audible announcements, and improved handrails to meet accessibility standards.

Depending on the scope of modernization, it may be possible to continue using the elevator with minimal disruption, but in some cases, temporary service elevators may be provided.

Yes, regular maintenance can help prevent breakdowns by identifying and addressing issues before they become severe. Consider an Annual Maintenance Contract (AMC) for proactive maintenance.

Yes, elevators can be customized for various purposes, such as accommodating people with disabilities, transporting goods, or fitting unique architectural spaces.

Yes, many elevators are equipped with backup power systems, such as batteries or generators, to ensure passengers can exit safely during a power outage.
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