We are a proud provider of residential, commercial, and industrial hydraulic elevator cargo lifts. Our wide variety of commercial lifts and freight elevators are the highest quality elevators on the market.
We also offer hydraulic freight elevators with many different options available such as a passenger in-ground hydraulic, LULA lifts, vertical wheelchair lift, and holeless hydraulic passenger elevators.
Hydraulic elevators have been around for more than 100 years. They were created with a basic construction and fewer parts as opposed to traction elevators, which allow for a lower price point and lower maintenance cost. If maintained properly, hydraulic elevators can last more than 20 years. Our hydraulic elevators are typically used in buildings with 6 floors or less.
Quality residential and commercial elevators are at the forefront of our product line. We offer specialty lifts, such as holeless and hydraulic elevators to provide people with a disability, the elderly, or those unable to climb stairs easier access to your building. All of our holeless hydraulic elevator installs meet compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act as well as making sure your building is accessible to all tenants, workers and guests.
We are happy to discuss all of your passenger elevator options. Give us a call today.
Traction passenger elevators are typically used in high-rise buildings, hospitals, colleges, universities and tall office buildings where lifting heavy loads at rapid speed up many stories is required.
Traction elevators have a geared machine located in a basement machine room or in a rooftop penthouse to provide a quiet, smooth ride. Traction elevators use variable voltage, variable frequency drives to lower energy consumption and enhance ride conditions.
It is important to have regular maintenance performed on any elevator, not only to prolong the life of your elevator, but also for the safety of its passengers. If you do not have a preventative maintenance plan in place, it is critical that you implement one to prevent dangerous accidents and possible lawsuits. When deciding on a company to maintain your elevator, it is important to hire only highly qualified technicians who can perform proactive maintenance on your elevator systems.