If an elevator sales representative or
elevator mechanic tells you that you need a new
elevator (or new elevator components) because they say specific elevator parts are
obsolete, call Metro for a second opinion.
Metro Elevator Company started
its business back in 1970 by buying up old construction elevators that were
deemed as worthless scrap metal by their owners. Over the years, our
experienced machine shop mechanics have become very well versed on how to fix
old elevator parts.
Our fabrication shop has the ability to repair
and create many of the parts used in elevator repair and
elevator modernization. An
added feature is the expertise of polishing deep scratches out of stainless
steel and bronze material that appears on many elevators.
We know when it makes sense to fix an
obsolete part and when it doesn't. We promise to be honest and upfront
about whether or not a so-called obsolete part is fixable or not. If it
isn't we will tell you why. If we can fix it, we will tell you how we plan
to fix it, and explain how the part will be just as reliable as if you could
actually still buy a newly manufactured part.