Do you have a home elevator in a property you own? Or do you know of someone who has a home elevator in a property of theirs? Recently the Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a warning for all home elevators. This warning concerns the distance between the elevator door and the exterior door that is normally closed to keep people from accessing the elevator without cause. This gap between the elevator door and the exterior access door could be too deep and allow small children to become trapped between these two doors, causing a harm potential. Access Elevators is here to help with this warning, just call and schedule a trained elevator technician to come out and do a safety check.
Access Elevators Offers Safety Checks
Access Elevators is your local, authorized service center. Don’t let this warning from the Consumer Product Safety Commission pass by without having your home elevator inspected to make sure that it is in compliance. Access Elevators will send out a qualified technician to perform a safety check related to the Consumer Product Safety Commission warning that was issued. Additionally, the technician can perform a full safety check on your home elevator to make sure that there are no additional issues that should be addressed.
Access Elevators Can Address Safety Issues
When Access Elevators comes out to your Chicago or Roselle location for your safety check, they also come fully prepared to offer solutions and implement them right away. If the gap between the elevator door and the exterior access door is more than 4 inches, Access Elevators will offer appropriate options, including special door space guards, to fill in this gap so that you don’t end up with injuries or worse if a child happens to get trapped between these two doors.