Passenger Lifts




Lift Consultants



When planning to install, modernise, repair or completely replace the lifts in a building, it pays to do the job right first time. Errors or oversights early in the process can cost dearly in future as hard work must be undone and redone the proper way. Hiring a lift consultant can help to ensure that things run as smoothly as they possibly can do with your elevator or lift project and that nothing is overlooked in the planning and design phase.

What Do Lift Consultants Do?



A lift consultant basically draws on their own expert knowledge to give advice on all things lift related, and to help you to plan an effective vertical mobility solution for your building(s). Often an integral part of companies that design and install lift equipment, a consultant will be the person to aid in the planning of your project and ensure that the solution found is the right one for you before things go any further.

Why Do I Need a Consultant?



It is important to realise that a lift consultant is a specialist whose sole aim is to help you arrive at a solution that works for you and fits within your budget. Since their knowledge of lift equipment and the lift requirements of various types of buildings will probably be more significant than yours, this can help you to avoid making costly mistakes. Having lift equipment installed in your building without properly evaluating what it needs to achieve and where it should be placed is a sure fire way to waste money. Although hiring a lift consultant may seem like an extra unnecessary expense, it will almost undoubtedly save you money in the long term.

Where Do I Find a Lift Consultant?



Although there are many lift consultants that work on their own or freelance, most will be a part of a lift design and installation company as mentioned briefly above. This means that if you choose the right company to build and install your equipment, they will likely be able to provide a consultant for you to work out exactly what you need as the first phase of the project.

How Much Will it Cost Me?



When trying to assess the cost of lift installation and compare prices, remember to take this into account. Some companies will include varying levels of consultation into their quote while others will keep it separate and still others may not offer consultation at all. Whenever you obtain a quote from a lift installation company, look carefully at what is included and weigh this into your reckoning.

Many companies who employ their own in-house consultants are able to offer some extremely competitive rates. This usually works out much cheaper than individually hiring a consultant and then hiring a company to build and install your elevators. Also a consultant tied to a particular company will know that companies capabilities and products extremely well, and will be able to work with much greater ease toward getting the most from your budget.


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