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Old Posted Aug 29, 2020, 3:24 AM
Rose22 Rose22 is offline
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Need for routine elevator maintenance

Hello companions, I'm living in a common condo with two of my friend close to our working environment. The elevator in our condo is having some mechanical issues from last month. We needed to rely upon the steps totally, and this was so horrible. An elevator is a very unpredictable framework that must be looked after appropriately. In our condo, the elevator is possibly fixed on the off chance that it faces a few issues.
As I would like to think, an elevator must be kept up or investigated frequently, not simply in a difficult situation. Improper elevator maintenance may expand the dangers of mishaps.
What do you folks think about this?
I'm anxious to think about your experience.
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Old Posted Jun 21, 2022, 12:09 PM
Anishacorn Anishacorn is offline
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Man, have you fixed the lift already? How it went?
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Old Posted Jun 24, 2022, 8:51 AM
JanclodVandal JanclodVandal is offline
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I think you should have sought professional help. I can suggest you a lift maintenance company in Singapore, so you can at least check what's wrong. Sometimes a home maintenance service is not very active and fast, and its employees may only be interested in getting paid and working as little as possible. So never be afraid to hire other professionals who can fix your problem in an hour like I did. Completely satisfied with the service; my life is easier now (considering I live on the 12th floor).

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