Below are some of the most common questions we receive about our products and services. After viewing these questions, if you still need additional information, please don't hesitate to call us directly.

There is a wide variety of designs, finishes, lighting, etc. that would need to be considered. Pricing can start as low as $2,500.00 and go up from there. Each Elevator Cab is different.

Standard Cab finishes are usually 4 weeks or less. This could increase significantly with custom designs and/or finishes.

Absolutely. We will perform any portion or all of the work you desire. Whatever fits your schedule and budget.

Yes, this is not uncommon. We just need to know what the finish and lighting preferences are and we can take it from there.

Yes, the door can be re-clad if stainless or some other metal finish, or re-laminated if that is your preference.

Two to four days, depending upon the complexity of the design.

No. As per code in most states, all Elevator work must be conducted by a licensed Elevator Contractor.

Stainless Steel is typically more durable than laminate. There are many finishes, however, both metal and laminate, that are extremely durable. This should be discussed during the design phase to ensure you are choosing the correct product.

Yes, the color and finish choices are infinite.

Yes, we can furnish the materials to be installed by your Elevator Contractor, if desired.

Absolutely. All products must meet code requirements of the Jurisdiction having Authority. There are fire ratings to consider, durability and safety requirements.

Yes, and modifications to an elevator requires a permit from the Authority having Jurisdiction in your area.

Yes, we can design custom lighting or use your design.

Yes. The type of lighting is important from a safety and illumination perspective and must meet code requirements for the amount of light as well.

Yes, any modification to an elevator will require an inspection. The inspection authority varies by area.

Yes. This would require a survey and your preference on type and design. This would be proposed on a case-by-case basis.