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24hr Availability, 7 Days a Week

Elevator maintenance and service offerings:

Standard or custom Monthly elevator maintenance agreements
We would love to become part of your team. We offer one and two year full maintenance service contracts or we can customize a service agreement to suite your specific needs. Click or call to get a free survey or quote.

Did you Know?

Did you know that elevator code requires that a certified technician perform duties to your elevator equipment on a monthly basis?

So why are you paying a company to come whenever they feel like coming?

To find out more about State and Local Elevator Code Requirements you can click here to the Los Angeles Department of Building Safety Elevator Desk or The State of California Elevator Unit.

Preventative Maintenance Requires Contact With Your Property.

Surveys conducted throughout Los Angeles have shown that on average elevator companies visit their clients’ properties less than four times per year. How can a company claim to put safety first when they are not even checking on your equipment?

Why Choose Us

24hr Availability, 7 Days a Week

Elevator maintenance and service offerings:

Standard or custom Monthly elevator maintenance agreements
We would love to become part of your team. We offer one and two year full maintenance service contracts or we can customize a service agreement to suite your specific needs. Click or call to get a free survey or quote.

Did You Know?

Did you know that elevator code requires that a certified technician perform duties to your elevator equipment on a monthly basis?
So why are you paying a company to come whenever they feel like coming?

To find out more about State and Local Elevator Code Requirements you can click here to the Los Angeles Department of Building Safety Elevator Desk or The State of California Elevator Unit.

Preventative Maintenance Requires Contact With Your Property.

Surveys conducted throughout Los Angeles have shown that on average elevator companies visit their clients’ properties less than four times per year.
How can a company claim to put safety first when they are not even checking on your equipment?