FLEXIBLE SERVICE AGREEMENTS!
We keep your elevators and lifts running in top form! Our team is built on decades of industry experience with the goal of serving our clients every day. Building managers want to know that their facilities are safe and fully-operational. We want to be your partner by ensuring uptime and safety across all aspects of our work.
JUST SAY NO…
-NO ANSWERING MACHINES
-NO TRUCK CHARGES
-NO AUTO INCREASE
-NO LENGTHY RESPONSE TIME
AGREEMENTS THAT FIT YOUR BUDGET
Providing customer options that suit your needs.
We work directly with businesses to create service agreements which provide real-world solutions. From one-time repairs to life-long elevator monitoring, our goal is to serve our clients through quality work and honest business practices.
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MCP AGREEMENTS WE OFFER:
• Full Maintenance
• Limited Service (Oil & Grease)
• Elevator/Escalator Monitoring
• Elevator Phone Monitoring
• Residential Servicing
• Material Lifts Service
DO YOU KNOW THE CODE?
ASME A17.1 Code for Elevators & Escalator 220.127.116.11 General Maintenance Requirements:
A written Maintenance Control Program shall be in place to maintain the equipment in compliance with the requirements of 8.6. (a) The Maintenance Control Program shall consist of but not be limited to, examinations, maintenance, and tests of equipment at scheduled intervals in order to ensure that the installation conforms to the requirements of 8.6.
The maintenance procedures and intervals shall be based on (a) equipment age, condition, and accumulated wear (b) design and inherent quality of the equipment (c) usage (d) environmental conditions (e) improved technology (f) the manufacturer’s recommendations for any SIL rated devices or circuits (2) cleaning, lubricating, and adjusting applicable components at regular intervals and repairing or replacing all worn or defective components where necessary to maintain the installation in compliance with the requirements of 8.6.
6 Months to a Healthy Elevator
Month 1 – ER Triage Maintenance
Troubleshoot and survey unit(s), replacing immediate items as needed to ensure current reliability. Perform a safety test/audit of equipment and machinery spaces. Correct any safety or reliability items on unit(s). Document safety concerns and recommend any corrections to the customer that can and will reduce their overall general liability.
Month 2 – Surgical Maintenance
Analyze the data from the previous month. Develop solutions based on findings and install all items from prior list to ensure future reliability of the unit(s).
Month 3 – Recovery Maintenance
Perform detailed cleaning of car equipment, hoistway equipment, machinery spaces and pits that meet our expectations and exceed yours.
Month 4 – Rehab Maintenance
Remove any necessary items that are in violation of the elevator code from machinery spaces. Paint the machinery spaces and label any hazardous located areas within.
Month 5 – Follow Up Maintenance
Paint pit and label any hazardous areas located within. Formulate a list of suggested upgrades or recommended repairs for performance and longevity of the unit(s).
Month 6 – Check Up Maintenance
Develop formal MCP (Maintenance Control Program) per code requirements with Madden’s history of the unit(s) ensuring safety, code compliance and reliability.
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Corporate Office: 4201 Produce Road, Louisville, KY 40218
Mailing Address: 9462 Brownsboro Road #132 Louisville, KY 40241
Phone Number: (502) 290-8878