Voting is now open in The Ellies 2019 Elevator Industry Awards program! Vote until August 31, 2019! Landmark Elevator, Inc. is a nominee for The Ellies presented by Elevator World, Inc. in the Best Supplier-Accessibility and Best Contractor – Family Owned categories! For 18 years, we have supplied accessibility equipment for the mid-Atlantic region. Accordingly, we […]
Elevator maintenance contract agreements come in many forms. Traditionally, elevator companies offer standard full maintenance agreements or the equally unclear “oil and grease” contract. These often have complicated legal jargon that can be difficult to decipher. Furthermore, these contracts tend to protect the elevator company’s bottom line. The customer’s satisfaction is a lower priority […]
We couldn’t be happier with our new vehicle wrap design! GS Images of Hagerstown, MD has turned out another excellent finished product for Landmark Elevator. Look for our service techs as they are traversing the quad-state area.
While you may have heard that elevator mechanics are among the highest paid blue collar workers, many in the field find the challenges and sense of satisfaction to be equally rewarding. An elevator mechanic has a great deal of responsibility and must be able to work independently as well as part of a team. The […]
Independent and small businesses offer personalized service in a friendly atmosphere. Locally owned businesses have the opportunity to develop long-standing relationships with their clients, and to adapt the services they offer according to the changing needs of their customer base. This customer-oriented focus coupled with quality workmanship and firsthand experience in the field is a […]
Let’s examine the key elements of a well-built Maintenance Control Program. It is important to note that the MCP is not intended to be a one-size-fits-all approach to elevator maintenance. Each unique installation will have particular aspects that will affect its individual MCP. Providing a systematic framework to indicate the frequency of routine services such […]
The elevator industry has turned a great deal of attention to the subject of improving routine elevator maintenance in recent years. It is generally agreed that proper maintenance is a key factor in the effort to preserve public and worker safety. However, despite corporate monitoring, updated code requirements, and existing company maintenance plans, there is […]
Service contracts are a necessary part of the day-to-day operations of managing public buildings. As I have opportunities to meet with current customers who have history with various service companies and also to speak with potential future clients interested in using services that my company offers, I routinely hear people say that they are not happy […]