Elevator Maintenance

Vision 450 Home ElevatorThe cost of an in-home elevator doesn't stop after installation. Just like owning a car or a computer, parts break, and repairs need to be made. This is why it is so important to understand the expected maintenance levels of your new home elevator. Having said that, let's take a look at the expected maintenance for your average residential elevator.

Have Your In-Home Elevator Inspected Annually

When it comes to maintenance, many states now require that homeowners have their in-home elevators inspected annually. Now, even if your state does not require this, it is still a good habit to have your elevator inspected on a yearly basis. Why? The standard residential elevator has a lot of moving parts; if you only inspect your elevator when there's an issue, you're elevator may not last as long as it should. Inspect regularly to keep your elevator running smoothly and to help avoid breakdowns.

Maintain Cables, Pulleys and Fluids in Drive Shaft Elevators

In traditional drive shaft elevators, parts can wear out rather quickly, and it is not uncommon for homeowners to annually replace cables, pulleys, and fluids to keep their elevators working smoothly. If you choose to avoid yearly maintenance and inspections, you could end up paying even more in repairs. If finances will not allow you to handle yearly maintenance, then maybe you should look into a home elevator that does not require as much maintenance.

The Low Maintenance Elevator: Vision 450

The Vision 450 is a low maintenance elevator provided by Home-elevator.net. The Vision 450 requires no pit, no machine room, no pulleys, ropes, chains, or counterweights. Since there are fewer moving parts, this elevator requires far less maintenance than the traditional styles and also has fewer breakdowns. This elevator will cost more upfront, but at least you don't have to worry about yearly part replacements. If you're looking for an elevator with the least elevator maintenance, the Vision 450 is the elevator for you.

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