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Repairs & Maintenance

From time to time, things can go wrong with even the most reliable and highest quality lift equipment. At Atlas Lifts and Services Ltd, we provide comprehensive repairs and maintenance services to ensure that your lifts are working safely and effectively at all times.

Having worked in the industry for many years, our experienced engineers have installed and repaired almost every make and model of lift imaginable. Getting lifts working again comes naturally to us and whether your passenger lift needs a couple of adjustments or your wheelchair lift requires a complete overhaul, we will provide a cost effective and reliable solution.

Emergency repairs

We offer all our domestic and commercial clients a 24/7 emergency call-out option. Should your lift break down in the middle of the night or at the weekend, one call to us will see an engineer sent to your property as soon as possible.

Once at your property, our experienced engineer will inspect your lift, identify the problem and repair it immediately. Should extra parts be required, we will source them from our wide network of manufacturers and order them for immediate dispatch.

Preventative maintenance

To ensure the smooth running of your lift system, we also provide regular preventative maintenance programmes to all our domestic and commercial customers. Designed to identify and eliminate problems before they can occur, our maintenance programmes can be tailored to your specific requirements.

We will visit your home or commercial property as frequently or as little as you require; whether you need us to visit every month, every couple of months or just once a year, we will do just that.

Based in Aberdeen, we provide commercial and domestic customers from across North East Scotland, Orkney and the Shetland Isles with the finest lift design, supply and installation services. Many of our clients are based in Stonehaven, Peterhead, Inverurie, Westhill, Fraserburgh, Huntly, Orkney and the Shetland Islands.

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