Most residential lifts are safe, but you should check for certification and make sure that the lift gets regular and high-quality maintenance.
The first step is to check if your residential lift carries a safety label like the CE or UL label, for example. These labels guarantee that your lift fulfills certain verified safety standards, the European safety standards for the CE mark, and the US safety standards for the UL seal. All our lifts are CE type certified by the notified body Liftinstituut to comply with all relevant EU standards. Some of our lift models are also certified by the UL for the North American markets.
Maintenance makes residential lifts safe #
Step two is to make sure that your lift is properly maintained. A home lift is only as safe as the quality of its maintenance. Just like your car, a lift needs regular technical checks and service. Always sign a contract for lift maintenance and always make sure to select a lift maintenance company that is certified and trained to maintain your lift brand. At Cibes, we train all our dealers to maintain our lifts, so that you can rest assured that the maintenance of your lift is handled by qualified and trained people.