Announcing our new partner: SnapCab by Bostock!
United Elevator Services has furnished and installed SnapCabs for a number of years and we are pleased to announce we are now the only Certified Installer in East Tennessee and surrounding areas. We are proud to be partnering with the premiere name in cab interiors and renovations to provide you with the highest quality and most diverse cab interiors on the market. For more information, go to http://www.snapcabs.com to learn how we can make your elevator cabs look better than new.
In the last two months the residential elevator and accessibility markets have changed dramatically with the surprise closing of two of the nation’s largest manufacturers; ThyssenKrupp Access and Cemco/Otis at Home. Both of these companies have ceased operations and will no longer be producing equipment.
However, United Elevator Services is prepared to handle your elevator and accessibility product replacement needs. We have hydraulic and winding drum units that use the same rail backing configuration as the Access Destiny Elevators and both of the LEV rail systems. We can also fit similar products into hoistways designed for Otis at Home OAH 750 and OAH 950 elevators. In the accessibility line-up we have quality products from one of the world’s best known accessibility manufacturers, Garaventa, to meet your vertical and incline platform needs.
We will be happy to personally assist you with converting your drawings and specifications with comparable products on existing and future products. Whether it is commercial or residential, our experts can assist you with a seamless change in products to meet your clients needs. Best of all, there should be no change in pricing with the new equipment.
If we can be of any assistance to you, please contact us today!
800-338-0064 ext. 1014
800-338-0064 ext. 1010
We look forward to being of service to you.
Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN
June 22, 2011
CROSSVILLE — Jason Case of United Elevator Services works on an electrical panel for the elevator at the Cumberland County Courthouse. Severe storms that blew through the county Sunday night were accompanied by lightning strikes, heavy winds, hail and heavy rain. Cumberland County Mayor Kenneth Carey said the elevator at the courthouse, several air conditioning units and some lighting in the courthouse were damaged by the storm. Case said all of the fuses and a couple of the electrical components were blown in the elevator’s electrical panel.