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Lift Servicing


At Dorset Lift (Services) we maintain, service, repair, modernise and refurbish all types of lifts, not only those from the Dorset Lifts product range, but also other lift manufacturers products.

24/7/365

We offer 24hrs a day, 365 days a year a service callout cover, so that we can ensure that we can keep your lift moving at any time.

Utilising a modern electronic service manager, our service department can manage and track the maintenance of all lifts, on all sites, log and allocate breakdowns. They can also deal with queries, co-ordinate repairs, record any supplementary testing and insurance reports, they can report directly to our clients on a regular basis.

Following the expiry of the 12 month warranty period, a service contract should be arranged with a specialist lift service company.

We offer 3 levels of contract:

  • Standard
  • Semi Comprehensive
  • Fully Comprehensive

If you require further information then please contact us today to discuss a package appropriate to your needs.

Are you Legal?

In the UK property owners and managers have a duty to ensure the safe use of their building's facilities for all visitors and residents. Taking all necessary steps to make sure all lift installations are maintained to the highest standards by using a qualified lift company.

In accordance with the law, lift installations are to be regularly examined and given proper lift maintenance by appropriately qualified operatives. The lift maintenance services and lift repairs policies relating to your lifts therefore must comply with:


  • Health and Safety legislation, including the Management of Health and Safety at Work regulations 1999 and the Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations 1992 (as amended).

  • The Lifts Regulations 1997 and the Lifting Operation and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER).

  • All relevant British and European lift maintenance standards including BS EN 81-1:1998 (Electric Lifts), BS EN 81-2:1998 (Hydraulic Lifts), prEN 81-28 (remote alarms on passenger and goods passenger lifts), prEN 81-70 (rules of accessibility of disabled people to lifts), prEN 81-73 (behaviour of lifts in the event of a fire).

  • Building Regulations Part M "Access to and use of Buildings".

  • Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 and the Housing Acts 1985 and 1988.

  • Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and 2005.

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