Vertical transportation is critical for customers, tenants, homeowners, and passengers to safely reach a destination. But businesses, buildings, and condo associations suffer from poor installation and service.
Elevator consultants are hired to maximize savings, reliability, and the overall interest of the elevator purchaser. But many buildings don’t get the elevator expert representation they need because of costly elevator consulting fees and complexity.
At ElevatorLab, we want to change things by making elevator consulting services affordable, simple, and available to more people and businesses than ever before. Everyday we spend our time and resources making it easier for people to get the expert elevator help they need, so they can focus time outside of elevator issues.
Through technology, we combine free elevator advice with access to affordable elevator consulting services. With ElevatorLab you can get help on maintenance and repair contracts, negotiating bids, or building a traffic analysis - all for an affordable flat fee. Then, because we know there’s no replacement for on-site consulting, local elevator consultants from our network are here to help. With ElevatorLab you’ll never have to handle a difficult elevator situation alone. Our commitment to affordable and accessible elevator consulting service is at the heart of what we do. Get in touch to find out how we’re fundamentally changing the way elevator consulting is done today.
Improved Cost With Technology
Remarkable changes in technology and in the workforce have transformed how companies and communities of talent engage. ElevatorLab is the destination for companies to access on-demand elevator knowledge and talent.
Did You Know?
On average, a traditional elevator consultant charges a minimum of $2,500 per project. The investment with ElevatorLab? As low as:
We provide buildings access to a network of experienced independent elevator consultants and boutique firms. Companies tap into these external elevator problem solvers efficiently and on-demand to tackle a range of critical project needs including maintenance, repair, modernization, construction, schematics and contract bid work.