Etiquettes you should follow while using lift in your apartment building

Etiquettes you should follow while using lift in your apartment building

Living conditions sail smoothly with technology. There’s no denying in that. Probably our lives have never been much easier before, but now with all the advancement in technology, our day-to-day activities are progressing faster. Less time consumption and immediacy are two great qualities that evolved out of this progression. This is happening everywhere, in a metropolis like Kochi, the rate of development with advance technology impacts every resident of the city.

Considering the living circumstances of people of Kochi and the places of their residence, an apartment building is a good example to define the end results. The 2 and 3 BHK apartments in Kochi come with all the possible amenities a family can ask for. Let that be the lighting solutions in-home or the fast-operating lifts or even the bio-bins placed for waste disposal. The lifts which are in place have also undergone certain evolution from time to time. Veegaland Homes, a reliable builder in Kochi, include the best-quality lift solution in each of their projects.

But as residents of 2 and 3 BHK apartments in Kochi, are we really aware of the etiquette we need to follow while hopping in and getting out of an elevator in the building. If not, then let's see each one by one:

  • Position: It is universally accepted to follow the way you position yourself inside a lift. While you are entering a lift with no one inside, you can go and stand to your right. If you are the last one to exit the elevator, it is better to stand farther from the doors opening.

  • Hold Door for Others: This works with your convenience. The self-operating lift doors spot the movement of the user's body and hold the doors. But sometimes an elderly person or someone running in can’t open the door just like that. So if you’re inside the lift you can hold it for them.

  • Avoid the Last Minute Gasp: If you are on the other end of the lift, approaching faster than normal, try not to squeeze yourself in. This delays the process. You also don’t try to squeeze into an already crowded lift.

  • Buttons Takeover: If you are entering to the left of the elevator and standing near the buttons, you can help yourself and others as well. Be the button pusher. This avoids confusion between the users and you can gently ask them the floor they are going and push the buttons accordingly.

  • Goods by your Feet: If you are traveling with your family for a vacation and carrying a heavy load of language inside into your apartment lift, make sure you keep all the bags and briefcase on the lift floor, close to your feet. Try not to hold on anything while you are in the lift, better to keep it down. This way there will be more room for people.

  • Conversations: It is not unusual for the neighbors to chit-chat or has a long lengthier conversation at the span of lift time. If you spot a new resident in the lift, it is always good to have a discussion going. This makes them comfortable and welcome. You can discuss a wide range of casual subjects.

  • Space: Respecting the occupied space of others is vital. You don’t want to stand so close to others in a small given space. There are people who tend to have lift sickness or conditions like claustrophobia, so it is better to respect their space and not to lean on them or push them to the side, which makes them uncomfortable.

  • Exiting: Just like entering a lift, you need to exit as fast as you can. Take for example an emergency scenario. If somebody is taken to the hospital in a wheelchair, and they are about to enter into the lift and you exiting the lift so slow would make things even worse. So remember, entering and exiting fast is an etiquette you have to follow.

  • Hold on your Sneezes: In the wake of this latest virus outbreak, authorities have maintained a code of conduct to follow in order to avoid the spread of the virus. So if you are in an elevator and you tend to sneeze or cough, it will be appreciated if you hold it till you reach your floor. Or better if you can carry a kerchief or a napkin with you, to cover your nose and mouth while you do it.

  • You always have the Stairs: This doesn't count as a direct lift etiquette, but it is unlikely if not mentioned alongside this. If the lifts are crowded or only have enough space to accommodate one person and an elderly person or physically challenged person is waiting, you can let them take the elevator while you can take the stairs.

Veegaland Homes in Kochi has provided the best quality and highly operational lift systems in their various residential towers across the city. All their premium apartments in Kochi works on 24/7 electric power and backed up with enough solar energy. This way there won’t be any inconvenience or no chance of getting stuck in an elevator. The system provided works flawlessly and faster than any other premium apartments in Kochi. The time taken to reach between the floors is relatedly lower.

Veegaland Homes, trusted builders in Kochi, already has new projects in their pipeline. They have recently moved to Thrissur, to expand on their realty sector. They keep with their motto of trust and quality and stick with that, even after handing over the key to the resident. Their project Zinnia and Kings Fort in Kochi sample apartments ready to welcome potential customers to try and get content in their premium 2 and 3 BHK apartments, beforehand. A fulfilled living experience is guaranteed with Veegaland Homes. 
Everything that's made into a habit stays, remember the lift etiquette and make them a habit. That way you pass them to your fellow residents and your kids. 

Veegaland's all ongoing projects are K RERA approved - KingsFort | K-RERA/PRJ/031/2020, Zinnia| K-RERA/PRJ/038/2020, Exotica | K-RERA/PRJ/039/2020, Thejus | K-RERA/PRJ/040/2020, Bliss | K-RERA/PRJ/115/2020

April 01, 2020 Primal Sebastian - Manager - PR and Admin

Categories

Contact Us

Veegaland Homes ( P) Ltd.
XIII/300 E – 26
4th Floor, KCF Tower,
Bharath Matha College Road,
Kakkanad, Thrikkakkara P.O,
Ernakulam – 682021
E-mail : mail@veegaland.in

Request A Callback

Contact us

Veegaland Developers Private Limited
XIII/300 E – 26, 4th Floor, KCF Tower
Bharath Matha College Road, Kakkanad
Thrikkakkara P. O, Ernakulam – 682021
Office: +91 484 2584000 / 2973944

Mob: +91 97467 74444, 97465 42222
Email: mail@veegaland.in.


CIN : U45201KL2007PTC021107

Request Callback

Want to know more? Leave a message.
chat

Leave a Message