At D&D, we believe in – and strongly recommend – continuous, scheduled maintenance of your elevators, to protect your equipment, and, most importantly, to prevent costly future breakdowns. It’s all about peace of mind: with D&D’s code-complaint maintenance service programs, you are assured that your elevators are always well-maintained and operating at the highest level of SAFETY. This is a major priority for us while servicing your elevators.
Our comprehensive modernization process includes:
The performance and appearance of a modernized elevator can significantly add to the value and “rentability” of your property, while enhancing the comfort, confidence of the building’s owners and helping to retain existing tenants. Upgrading the look of your elevator with an aesthetically pleasing new cab interior makes it much more welcoming for passengers. Unto itself, it’s a pretty good (and likely profitable) reason to consider Modernization.
Every Building Owner/Manager should be kept aware of the changing regulations and code updates being enforced by their towns and cities. As a D&D customer, you are continuously notified of new enforcement rules and violating conditions so that you can make educated, well-informed decisions for the property you own or represent. We work with you to ensure the safety of your passengers.
D&D has an “in house” Violations & Testing division, doing work including but not limited to state-mandated Category 1 and Category 5 testing. We work with third party companies, DOB and Licensed Inspectors to streamline the process for you.
Discover an ongoing, compelling collection of suggestions, guidance and tips of extreme interest and relevance to the property owner and management community. Includes notices of upcoming code compliance deadlines, how to care for your elevators during the various seasons of the year, and much more. You’ll want to visit here regularly for always the most up-to-date information!
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