Lifts for Commercial Buildings
Bespoke Lift Installation for Commercial Buildings
A commercial building project that didn’t include the provision of lifts would be unthinkable now, given their ubiquity in our everyday lives. Whether it’s arriving at your desk on time, moving goods around internally, or being able to access the building in a wheelchair. Lifts for commercial builds have to work hard, look good, and last decades.
Seamlessly Integrated Passenger Lifts
The Tower Lifts team works with architects and interior designers to ensure that the look of the lift we install matches the vision articulated in the building as a whole. For refurbishments this may mean echoing the historic style of the building, as we did with an Art Deco lift for Irene House in London.
Our bespoke passenger lifts aim for a combination of effortless public usability, and design that reflects the beauty of the surrounding environment. Most important, our designs will work within the architectural constraints of the building we’re working with.
Disabled Access Lifts for Commercial Buildings
The Equality Act 2010 requires that people with limited mobility, or those using a wheelchair, can access places of work, or public buildings. This may require adjustments to the building to remove obstacles to access, or to enhance it. The use of platform lifts helps to make commercial buildings inclusive, rather than exclusive environments.
- Step Lift. Used to provide access for wheelchairs and their users up short flights of steps. If you have steps in the approach to your building, or split-level flooring within, the step lift is a simple and elegant response.
- Inclined Lift. Many stairlifts require the user to leave their wheelchair in order to use them. The inclined platform lift allows the wheelchair user to remain in their wheelchair. When not in use the platform folds back allowing for foot traffic.
- Vertical Platform Lift. This enclosed cabin platform lift looks like a small passenger lift but doesn’t require a lift shaft for installation. This makes it a flexible, good-looking solution for access to multiple floors.
Large commercial buildings require a combination of visible lift provision and invisible lifts that allow goods to move around the building efficiently. The traditional goods lift moves larger items from a delivery bay to kitchens, store rooms or work bays. A smaller version of this, the dumbwaiter lift can be customised for the transport of food, laundry, or cleaning materials between floors.
Refurbishing or Modernising Legacy Lifts for Commercial Buildings
If you have a good-looking lift in situ which you would like to retain, the Tower Lifts team can modernise, or refurbish it for you. This ensures that your legacy lift meets current legislation, performs economically and reliably, and looks cared for and nurtured.
Our lift repair and maintenance service will repair any existing problems that your lifts may have, then develop a lift servicing schedule that perfectly matches your lift. Our tailored maintenance contracts take into account your lift’s operation conditions, age, usage, overall condition, date of manufacture and mechanical components.
Tower Lifts designs, installs, refurbishes, maintains, and repairs lifts in commercial buildings. Give us a call today to talk to an expert about your project on 01525 601099
Tower Lifts carry out design and installation on a varied range of lifts throughout the UK including:
Domestic Lifts • Food Lifts • Bespoke Platform Lifts • Service Lifts • Platform Lifts • Goods Lifts • Scenic Lifts • Heavy Duty / Car Lifts • Passenger Lifts • Dumbwaiter Lifts • MRL Lifts • Fire lifts • Residential Lifts • low-Headroom Lift