Over the years, elevators and components degrade and become obsolete. Our company can remedy this with the latest, highest-quality, lift modernization equipment. From the smallest two-story hydraulic elevator to the largest high-rise application, our service is up to the modernization task. We have worked on hundreds of units—all makes and models—replacing components to improve future performance. In addition to quality work, we offer long-term strategies to help you budget for future upgrades.
Unlike other companies that use proprietary systems to prevent other companies from working on their equipment, we install non-proprietary components. This allows our clients to be free to choose the elevator company for your property.
As Seen in Magazines
Our work has been featured in international trade magazines for our Brown University modernization project. For this, we installed elevators that feed electric power back into university's power grid, helping them save untold dollars in the future.
Hydraulic Jack Replacements
Prior to 1972, hydraulic elevators were installed with underground jack cylinders that used a single bottom and had little to no protection against electrolysis. Current code requirements dictate that these hydraulic jack cylinders need to be replaced with ones with a double bulkhead and