Bullet Lift Services Ltd provides a 24-hour service, 365 days a year. This offers our contract customers with peace of mind with the knowledge that BLS is available every hour of the day and night to put your lift back into service. Our out-of-hours, in house helpdesk is always waiting your call.
Nowadays it has become a key requirement for building and business owners, to provide access for the disabled. This is why since the implementation of the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) we have installed and maintained a huge range of disabled access and platform lifts throughout the UK. Our disabled access equipment is fully guaranteed.
Lifts supplied by us for disabled access can be installed either traditionally in a masonry shaft or supplied in their own self-supporting structure. Have a look below at the main types of disability access lifts we can provide for you. All lifts we supply and fit come with servicing, repairs and ongoing maintenance.
We are able to provide you with the following disabled access equipment:
– Semi-enclosed Vertical Platform Lifts
– Open Vertical Platform Lifts
– Inclined Wheelchair Platform Stair lifts
We can also provide adjustments to your lifts to assist passengers with disabilities, such as:
– Braille push buttons
– Lower control panels
– Voice annunciators
– Fold down seats
We would be glad to discuss your requirements to ensure that the most appropriate solution is provided for you.
We provide specialist solutions for installing lifts within restricted or unusual spaces for commercial and residential customers.
BLS have highly specialised knowledge and expertise in new lift installations from passenger and goods lifts to disabled access platform lifts, service/dumbwaiters and motor room-less (MRL) lifts. Our speciality is customising lift installations to meet your specific requirements.
We provide lift installations in office buildings, residential blocks, hotels, leisure industry and industrial buildings throughout the region. All our installations are fully compliant with current European Standards EN81, Disability Discrimination Act and are CE marked.
Contact us for your free no obligation survey and quotation 0121 258 2214.
There are a number of reasons you may be required to modernise your lift:
– To comply with new legislation without replacement of the lift
– Improved reliability and lower maintenance costs
– Aesthetic improvements to add value to the building
– Energy Saving
– Improving performance and traffic flow
Whatever the reason Bullet Lift Services Experts can offer you a bespoke solution.
Repairs and breakdowns costs you time and money. A regular Service Maintenance Agreement results in a more reliable and cost efficient lift, ensuring optimum performance. Bullet Lift Services (BLS) Ltd services all makes/models of lift new and old, keeping them up to compliance standards and insuring functionality and safety.
We recognise that customer requirements will differ dependent on organisation type, usage, age and condition of the lift. We therefore work in partnership with our customers to create a bespoke service package that best fits their individual requirements. During each service visit BLS engineers complete a detailed inspection report detailing work carried out, identification of any weak/faulty components.
Whether you are a home owner or require a bulk contract, let BLS help you meet your obligations as a lift owner/operator.
BLS repair Teams will assist you in keeping you lift in optimum condition, improving its reliability and life-cycle costs.
We will work in partnership with you to ensure repair works carry out minimum disruption to you.
As a lift owner/operator there are a raft of standards and regulation that regulate the safe operation of your lift. Below is a list (not comprehensive) of legislation which governs the safe operation of lifts in-service.
– Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
– Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999
– Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations 1992
– Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER)
– Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER)
– Disability Discrimination Act 1995
Contact BLS to advise you on the most efficient means of completing Supplementary Tests and complying with your legal requirements, regardless of lift type. Our highly skilled engineers will carry out the tests in accordance with SAFed guidelines (The Safety Assessment Federation) and Health and Safety Executive.