Go to the internet any day of the week and you will surely find a good volume of informational articles, service offerings and news-worthy pieces related to lifts. This becomes pertinent to you if you happen to be the owner of a property portfolio. Within this portfolio will be a number of projects under your management. And you will be looking to talk about all kinds of lifts in the process.
You will need to know more about cargo lifts for your commercial stock. You need regular servicing of those lifts that serve your office-bound and residential tenants. You may also need help for those lifts installed to warehouse developments and retail operating environments, the city or town mall being a common example. But what about hillside lifts? Have you given any thought to that? And do these lifts even apply to your portfolio?
Of course they do. By dint of its name, hillside lifts are necessarily applied to those properties, both commercial and residential that are located alongside the slopes of a hill and even atop of a hill. But a residential lift? Now, why would anyone want to operate a lift in their own home? Surely they can take the stairs? It is only one or two flights, surely? Indeed, it is, in most instances. But what if there are people out there who simply cannot use the stairs even if they tried.
This is a big question because there are plenty of such folks out there, and the residential lift installation, of course, not only applies to those properties located along the slopes of a hill. The hillside lift is also a popular feature of those hotels and inns purposely built on such awkward, but scenic slopes.