We provide the best elevator repair services in Bradford. While all elevator contractors undertake repairs, Elevator One has invested into developing the most highly qualified and trained elevator technicians in Bradford, and the support necessary for them to support our customers in Bradford. Unique to the industry, after many years of training, Elevator One technicians continue to attend in-house night school, learning about the myriad of old elevator technologies in Bradford, and all of the newest elevating device technologies in Bradford as well. Elevator One supports technicians by stocking their maintenance vans with the most frequently needed parts and a large supply of required parts in our head office, to support the Bradford elevator market. Where a larger repair is required, we have dedicated service crews available to undertake elevator repair services in Bradford. Located just up the road off Highway 400, our technicians don’t have to fight the traffic out of Toronto, like most of our competitors, and instead they are able to get on site quickly to undertake elevator repair services in Bradford very quickly.
We provide the best elevator maintenance services in Bradford. While all elevator contractors undertake maintenance services, Elevator One has invested into developing the most highly qualified and trained elevator technicians in Bradford, and the support necessary for them to support our maintenance customers in Bradford. Unique to the industry, after many years of training, Elevator One technicians continue to attend in-house night school, learning about the myriad of old elevator technologies in Bradford, and all of the newest elevator technologies in Bradford as well. Elevator One provides additional value by undertaking extra preventative maintenance tasks, beyond the required TSSA tasks in the Maintenance Control Program (MCP). Elevator One technicians have vans, and a head office, stocked with the most frequently needed parts to support the Bradford elevator maintenance market. Located just up the road off Highway 400, our technicians don’t have to fight the traffic out of Toronto, like most of our competitors, and instead they are able to get on site easily to undertake the required elevator maintenance services in Bradford.
We offer the best elevator modernization services in Bradford. Elevator Modernization in Bradford requires unique skills. While many elevator contractors claim to have the expertise to undertake elevator upgrades in Bradford, they are often missing key skills which negatively impact projects, elevator reliability and safety. To undertake the best Bradford elevator modernization projects, we have an in-house Professional Engineer (P-Eng) with a Class A (EDM-A) elevator mechanic’s license. This resource assists our trained team of elevator technicians in dealing with complex issues that can arise before and during elevator refurbishments in Bradford. One key difference that all our customers notice when Elevator One undertakes a modernization services project in Bradford and surrounding area, is that Elevator One consistently completes projects on time or ahead of schedule. Elevator One understands that an elevator modernization project schedule is critical, because residents are often left without access to their homes in Bradford, so everyday counts. Elevator One is the best elevator modernization company in Bradford.
We offer the best elevator installation & construction services in Bradford. While it may appear on the surface that every elevator contractor is equally qualified to successfully undertake a new construction project in Bradford, there are significant differences between elevator contractors that can cost you tens of thousands of dollars, unnecessary anxiety, and many weeks or even months on your project schedule in Bradford. For building owners or general contractors in Bradford who have undertaken construction projects with other elevator contractors the key differentiator between Elevator One and others is that we work with them. At Elevator One we never overbook our construction crews, we only install non-proprietary equipment (i.e. equipment that any qualified elevator contractor can maintain post construction), and we finish our projects on time and on budget. We are the best elevator installation & construction company in Bradford and we’d be pleased to share our long list of references. For your next new elevator installation & construction services project in Bradford and surrounding area, reach out to Elevator One.
60 Maple, Simcoe Affordable Housing (Victoria Harbour, ON)
Elevator One maintains various elevators for the County of Simcoe, from MRLs to hydraulics and accessibility lifts. We…
Bradford Fire Hall (Bradford, ON)
Elevator One installed an in-ground hydraulic elevator in the Town of Bradford’s brand-new Fire Hall.
Maple High School, York Region District School Board (Newmarket, ON)
We have undertaken nearly a dozen modernization projects for various offices and schools for the YRDSB.
Gallery Project Condos; Bistro Project Condos (Barrie, ON)
Elevator one has installed more than 20 Delta Machineroomless (MRL) Traction Elevators and Hydraulic Elevators for Pratt Homes…
Vetta Nordic Spa (Oro Medonte, ON)
We recently installed a Delta in-ground hydraulic elevator in this luxury Nordic spa.
Types of elevators
We install, repair and maintain both hydraulic elevators and traction (roped) elevators.
Traditional overhead roped elevators have machine rooms which are situated directly above the elevator hoistway. While other traction elevator types like machine room less (MRLs), have gained popularity, overhead traction elevators have some significant post construction advantages. With the key elevator equipment easily accessible, including controllers, elevator machines and braking systems, maintenance technicians can easily access for preventative maintenance.
While less frequent, in certain applications it makes sense to have the key traction elevator equipment in a basement machine room. Again, the advantage of this configuration over an MRL, is post construction where equipment is easily accessible to maintenance technicians.
- Machine Room Less
Machine room less (MRL) traction elevators have gained popularity in the past decade. Architects, in particular, appreciate this technology because the aesthetically displeasing machine room at the top of a building is no longer needed. The key elevator equipment is found inside the elevator hoistway. The disadvantage of MRLs is that much of the equipment is proprietary to the installing manufacturer leading to challenges post installation.
Traditional hydraulic elevator have an inground hydraulic cylinder that is attached below the elevator cab. The advantage to this technology is a quieter ride and the required hoistway size is smaller than a holeless hydraulic elevator where the cylinders are attached to the outside of the cab. The disadvantage of this technology can be high drilling costs (depending on the ground type such as rock) or difficult drilling due to water issues.
As the name suggests, a holeless hydraulic elevator does not require that a hole be drilled for the cylinder. Typically, a holeless hydraulic elevator will have cylinders that are attached to the outside of the elevator cab. The advantage to this technology is that contractors do not need to coordinate hole drilling very early in the building project, and ground type is not an issue.
- Machine Room Less
MRL hydraulic elevators are a relatively new technology. With this technology the required machine room (which houses the hydraulic tank) is no longer needed because it is situated within the hoistway. The disadvantages of this technology is that the equipment is generally very proprietary and very difficult to access for maintenance, thus increasing maintenance costs.
We provide exceptional elevator services for our customers no matter the make of their elevator. Whether they have an Otis, Schindler, ThyssenKrupp, Delta, Savaria, Garaventa and many more, our team is able to provide exceptional service. We have highly trained elevator technicians with service vehicle stocked full of parts, and a warehouse full of other parts needed for day-to-day repairs.