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Make Your Elevators Safe to Use During COVID

There was a time, not so long ago, that elevator maintenance of commercial property required regular servicing, cleaning and occasional repairs. But with the advent of the coronavirus, the stakes have become higher. Now, sterilization has become as important, to ensure a smooth — and safe — ride in your building.

While landlords and property managers not responsible for preventing the spread of COVID, the dictates of the day call for new best practices and heightened responsibility for the safety of others. While you can’t control what happens in a tenant’s or owner’s unit, common areas are certainly places where you can take a more proactive role.

That’s where CEC Elevator Cab Corp. comes in. We have more than 25 years of experience as a provider, manufacturer and developer of elevator cabs. Now we are proud to introduce a system to help lessen the risks caused by the enclosed elevator spaces with SteriLyft, our exclusive elevator air sterilization system.

Communication is key

It’s important to provide written communications to your tenants and unit owners about the heightened measures you have implemented for their safety, and to encourage them to institute their own internal protocols. Keeping your occupants informed about governmental closures and how it may impact occupancy is also important.

The same holds true for your staff. Should someone fall ill or exhibits symptoms they should be removed from the premises immediately. Cleaning and disinfecting should be increased — especially surfaces that come in contact with large numbers of people.

At CEC Elevator Corp., we are committed to “clearing the air on elevator sterilization," as our slogan states. Please feel free to contact us to learn more about our innovative SteriLyft system, the safest, and most effective system currently available for elevator safety.

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Marge Romar
Marge Romar

A proactive approach to clearing the air to our "new normal"!

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