We provide comprehensive services to install, modernize, and service commercial elevators and their controller systems. The elevator and lift equipment, along with technology, we use are nonproprietary.

There are two main types of elevator designs which are commonly used today: hydraulic or traction, and there are variations on each of those designs.

#1 Hydraulic Elevators

These elevators are supported by a piston(s) at the bottom or top of the elevator that pushes the elevator up as an electric motor forces hydraulic fluid into the piston.

#1A – Holeless Hydraulic Elevators

These elevators may or may not have a machine room, depending on the application or requirements, and are able to reach heights up to approximately 32 feet.

Hydraulic Elevator

#1B – Hydraulic Elevators with In-ground Jack

These elevators have machine rooms and are able to reach heights of approximately 60 feet of travel.

#1C – Hydraulic Elevators without a Machine Room (MRL Hydro)

These elevators do not require a machine room but have the controller either in the jam or the wall and pump equipment located in the pit.

#2 Geared and Gearless Traction Elevators with Machine Room

Traction elevators are lifted by ropes passing over a drive sheave using an electric motor above or beside the elevator shaft. These are best used in mid and high-rise applications; their travel speeds are significantly higher than hydraulic elevators and they have very little height restriction.

Traction Elevator

#2A Machine Room-Less (MRL) Elevators

These are traction elevators that are not designed with a machine room. The controller is located in the wall and hoist equipment in the overhead.

Machine Room-Less (MRL) Elevator

Our elevator maintenance services make it easy to benefit from the service you require, without purchasing nonessential services. You can contact us by phone or reach us online by clicking this link to receive a free estimate.

We make every effort to schedule an appointment at the most convenient time for you. We are happy to provide a customized quotation to install, repair, or modernize your elevator equipment.

Do you have an existing Service Agreement, Full Maintenance Agreement, or Examination and Lubrication Agreement? We will assist you in understanding all the clauses of your existing Agreement. When is the last time your elevator was checked for being up to code and/or being current with technology?