Do you currently have an older elevator in use in your home? If so, do you believe that it is truly safe for people to use?
If you have any doubts about the safety or use of the elevator at all, well, you may want to have it taken a look at. After all, the old adage goes to be safe rather than sorry.
Residential Elevators Dallas is committed to not only installing new elevators in people’s homes but also to ensuring that elevators already installed are fully maintained and good to go. It doesn’t matter whether the elevator was installed by us or a completely different company, because if have any doubts about the safety of your existing home elevator, our professionals will get to work fixing any issues with it so you know it will be properly maintained.
The elevators of today are much more advanced and efficient than they were several years ago. But even if your home does have an older elevator currently in use, there is no need to spend the money to get a new one when you can just as easily spend less money to have the older elevator brought into the more modern era.
Current elevators are much smarter than they were before, especially when it comes to dispatches. Older elevators can become obsolete, especially in the face of local or state laws and codes designed to make elevators as safe for general use as possible.
You can be comforted in knowing that our team of professionals can work to install a new elevator or improve the design of an existing one, regardless of whether it is installed in the laundry room, basement, bedroom living room, or outdoors. We will evaluate the older elevator’s condition and then provide you with an estimate in regards to what needs to be done to it and the costs associated with it. Our goal is to perform the highest quality job possible for the most fair price.
When it comes to elevators, here is what you should restore or modernize:
As an elevator installation and maintenance company, we also work with wheelchair lifts, dumbwaiters, and more. You can reach out to our team today to ensure that you can have a new elevator installed in your home or an existing older one maintained and kept fully up-to-date.