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Symmetry Elevator Installations and Service – Where Are We Wednesdays (12/05/2018)​

Elevator Installations
Where Are We Wednesdays (11/28/2018)

Happy Wednesday Folks!

Delivery!  Lead Technician Adam sent in the two pictures on the left today while in Branson West, Missouri.  His team is installing a Pneumatic Vacuum Elevator, due to the split level of the house they are using heavy machinery to lift the pieces up to the second floor.  The PVE comes in three sizes, this one is the largest capacity and will accommodate a wheelchair.

Technicians Tim and Ivan sent in the middle picture while at a job site in Shell Knob, Missouri.  They are installing a Symmetry Home Elevator that will service two floors.  Pictured is the Enterprise Gate option, this is the updated version of the scissor gate.  Homeowners enjoy the open feel of getting to see through the gate while maintaining safety code compliance. 

Although the blizzard earlier this week kept our teams from being able to work in the Kansas City area, the weather warmed up enough for crews to reach this job site in Weston, Missouri today.  Installation Manager Bill joined Kansas City Technician Darren to first install a Staying Home Corp Dumbwaiter, once completed they will also be installing a Symmetry Home Elevator.  The top right picture was quickly taken before they got too cold unloading the equipment.

The final picture on the bottom right is of Technician Austin in Springfield, Missouri.  He is out on a service call checking the wiring.

Our crews are also in Branson, Hollister, Edmond, and Nixa ​today.  If you see one of our trucks, feel free to tag us on Facebook using #countryhomeelevator or #wherearewewednesdays

Thanks for reading, and remember to check us out every Wednesday for updates!

Lifting the Lift
Enterprise Gate
Multi-Lift Installation
Service Call

Elevator Installations – Where Are We Wednesdays (11/28/2018)​

Elevator Installations
Where Are We Wednesdays (11/28/2018)

Happy Wednesday Folks!

Delivery!  Lead Technician Adam sent in the two pictures on the left today while in Branson West, Missouri.  His team is installing a Pneumatic Vacuum Elevator, due to the split level of the house they are using heavy machinery to lift the pieces up to the second floor.  The PVE comes in three sizes, this one is the largest capacity and will accommodate a wheelchair.

Technicians Tim and Ivan sent in the middle picture while at a job site in Shell Knob, Missouri.  They are installing a Symmetry Home Elevator that will service two floors.  Pictured is the Enterprise Gate option, this is the updated version of the scissor gate.  Homeowners enjoy the open feel of getting to see through the gate while maintaining safety code compliance. 

Although the blizzard earlier this week kept our teams from being able to work in the Kansas City area, the weather warmed up enough for crews to reach this job site in Weston, Missouri today.  Installation Manager Bill joined Kansas City Technician Darren to first install a Staying Home Corp Dumbwaiter, once completed they will also be installing a Symmetry Home Elevator.  The top right picture was quickly taken before they got too cold unloading the equipment.

The final picture on the bottom right is of Technician Austin in Springfield, Missouri.  He is out on a service call checking the wiring.

Our crews are also in Branson, Hollister, Edmond, and Nixa ​today.  If you see one of our trucks, feel free to tag us on Facebook using #countryhomeelevator or #wherearewewednesdays

Thanks for reading, and remember to check us out every Wednesday for updates!

Lifting the Lift
Enterprise Gate
Multi-Lift Installation
Service Call

Parts Availability – Where Are We Wednesdays (11/21/2018)​

Parts Availability
Where Are We Wednesdays (11/21/2018)

Happy Wednesday Folks!

This week our crews have been busy with service and maintenance calls to ensure smooth customer lift use over the holiday weekend.  As important as it is to have a knowledgeable lift repair company, it is equally important that they have the access to parts for correcting any issues found.  The picture on the top was sent in by Senior Technician Ron while packaging parts to go out today at our Corporate Office in Brighton, Missouri.  The bottom left picture was sent in by Technician Ivan during a repair on a Waupaca Home Elevator in Sedalia, Missouri; and the bottom right picture was sent in by Technician Jake during a wiring check on a Symmetry Home Elevator in Springfield, Missouri. 

With ThyssenKrupp Access effectively shutting down its North American business in 2012, many owners of TKA elevators are wondering about their future parts and service needs. The concern is not only for the TKA brand itself, but also for the many brands and lines produced or acquired by ThyssenKrupp Access over the years. These include National Wheel-O-Vator, LEV, Access Industries, and Destiny. On light commercial applications, TKA’s Evolution LU/LA and Flexi-Lifts are also affected.

The only TKA parts left in the US market will be those in dealer stockpiles, and these stockpiles will not last forever.  Luckily Country Home Elevator has built up an incredible parts warehouse, paired with the staff’s decades of industry knowledge we have been able to step in and help customers that would have to completely replace equipment otherwise.  Country Home Elevator also retrofits several LEV elevators and other discontinued brands per year with complete packages from Symmetry Elevating Solutions.

For customers outside of our servicing area, we recommend our sister company Access2Parts.  Fortunately, many ThyssenKrupp parts are not vendor proprietary – generic compatibles will work. The key is having the knowledge to correctly cross the TK, NWOV, or LEV part number to a compatible item. If there is a compatible generic part for what you need, they can find and source it. All you have to do is contact them with the original part number.

Our crews are also in Linwood, Lenexa, Leawood, Bristow, Collinsville, Kimberling City, and Branson ​today.  If you see one of our trucks, feel free to tag us on Facebook using #countryhomeelevator or #wherearewewednesdays

Thanks for reading, and remember to check us out every Wednesday for updates!

Stair Lift or Stairlift, Chair Lift or Chairlift – Where Are We Wednesdays (11/14/2018)​

Stair Lift or Stairlift, Chair Lift or Chairlift
Where Are We Wednesdays (11/14/2018)

Happy Wednesday Folks!

Senior Technician Ron and Lead Technician Adam are at the Christian County Courthouse in Ozark, Missouri today and sent in the first picture on the left.  They are installing a Symmetry Vertical Platform Lift.  Vertical Platform Lifts are a great choice for lower lifting needs, they can accommodate a few inches or up to fourteen feet without taking up as much space as a ramp or elevator.

The middle picture was sent in by Kansas City Technician Darren in Parkville, Missouri.  He is completing the final check of a newly installed Symmetry Home Elevator.  This elevator will service four floors once completed.

Stair lift or stairlift, chair lift or chairlift; which is correct?  Throughout the industry, each of these four have been used, they are actually interchangeable.  Inclinator Co. of America was the first to invent the lift in 1923, and they call them stair lifts, so I’ll stick with that.

Technician Ivan sent in the bottom left picture while in Galena, Missouri.  He is training Technician Jake on installing a Stannah Stair Lift.  We almost always have straight rail stair lifts in stock for quick installation, they are customized to fit the measurements of the staircase then installed.  Did you know that we have a discount program for stair lifts?  Customers must be in our servicing area to qualify, and simply need to fill out the Staircase Measurement Discount Form to save $200!

The final picture on the bottom right was sent in by Country Home Elevator Owner Craig Jones.  This is the new stair lift owner in Galena, taking her pup for a ride.  She said she will always think of him when using it, stair lifts can be life changing for those who struggle with stairs.  Thank you Craig for setting the example of how this company treats customers, just look at that smile!

Our crews are also in Hot Springs, Tumbling Shoals, Mission Hills, Kansas City, Oklahoma City, Pawhuska, Bartlesville, Chickasaw, Gravois Mills, Sunrise Beach and Osage Beach today.  If you see one of our trucks, feel free to tag us on Facebook using #countryhomeelevator or #wherearewewednesdays

Thanks for reading, and remember to check us out every Wednesday for updates!

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Symmetry Vertical Platform Lift
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Adam or Vanna White?
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Stair Lift Rail Prep
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Multi-State Sales and Service – Where Are We Wednesdays (11/07/2018)​

Multi-State Sales and Service
Where Are We Wednesdays (11/07/2018)

Happy Wednesday Folks!

Oklahoma Operations Manager Jim sent in the first picture on the left while in Edmond, Oklahoma today.  Oklahoma Elevator Code requires inspections with testing and a written plan of maintenance on all of their commercial elevators.  Jim is traveling with an inspector today to complete the maintenance and assist with testing on several elevators, including this Symmetry Limited Use/Limited Access Elevator we installed in an office building.

Technician Ivan sent in the top middle picture while in Afton, Oklahoma.  He and Technician Donald are installing a Symmetry Home Elevator.  This elevator will service two floors, and has a pass-through style cab, meaning that the elevators has doors that open in the front and in the back.

Senior Technician Ron and Technician Jesse sent in the bottom middle picture while in Kimberling City, Missouri.  They are installing a Bruno Stairlift.  Although we can order virtually any brand of stairlift, we do keep a stock of used stairlifts available as well.  As long as the stairs are configured correctly, this can be an economic option with a quick installation turnaround.  This inventory is dynamic, and can change daily.

Kansas City Sales Consultant Amy sent in the top right picture while in Prairie Village, Kansas.  She came to check on the installation of a Symmetry Home Elevator and snapped a picture of the crew.  Pictured are Technician Jake, Technician Tim, and Kansas City Technician Darren doing their best tough model pose.  Could there be a calendar in the future???

The final picture on the right was sent in by Lead Technician Adam in Ballwin, Missouri.  Along with Technician Austin, they are installing a Symmetry Home Elevator.  The wood paneling and stain of this elevator cab are gorgeous, it will be great to see once the product is finished!    

Our crews are also in Tulsa, Kansas City, Village of Loch Lloyd, Parkville, Holiday Island and Branson today.  If you see one of our trucks, feel free to tag us on Facebook using #countryhomeelevator or #wherearewewednesdays

Thanks for reading, and remember to check us out every Wednesday for updates!

Edmond LU/LA
Edmond LU/LA
Oklahoma Symmetry Install
Oklahoma Symmetry Install
Crew at Kansas Symmetry Install
Crew at Kansas Symmetry Install
MIssouri Symmetry Install
MIssouri Symmetry Install

Limited Use Limited Access Elevators – Where Are We Wednesdays (10/31/2018)​

Limited Use Limited Access Elevators
Where Are We Wednesdays (10/31/2018)

Happy Wednesday Folks!

Lead Technician Adam sent in the first four pictures on the left while installing a Symmetry Limited Use/Limited Access Elevator in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma today.  Technicians Austin and Jessie are assisting with the installation in this office building (can you find Austin in the top middle picture?).  What is a Limited Use/Limited Access Elevator (LU/LA)?  The LU/LA elevator provides access for low occupancy / low rise commercial buildings where a traditional passenger elevator is not feasible or required by code. It is ideal for applications up to six stops and 25 feet (standard) or 40 feet (with approved variance) of travel.  All LU/LA elevators are limited by speed, travel and capacity in order to comply with ASME A17.1 Section 5.2 and the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act).

What makes the Symmetry LU/LA exceptional?  The Symmetry LU/LA has the shallowest pit depth required in the industry (13” pit), easing construction costs.  It has the shortest overhead required in the industry (106”), making it easier to fit in smaller spots.  All lights used for the Symmetry LU/LA are energy saving LED, including the COP & car lights.  It also includes directional indicators.

The final picture on the right was sent in by Technician Ivan in Springfield, Missouri.  Along with Senior Technician Ron, they are installing a Symmetry LU/LA Retrofit Modernization Kit to an existing Flexi Lift LU/LA.  The company that made Flexi Lifts is no longer in business, so when the local school started having issues with their lift we worked with Symmetry Elevating Systems to come up with a Retrofit Kit that would fit for the repairs and Modernization.    

Our crews are also in Tulsa, Saint Marys, Prairie Village, Village of Loch Lloyd, St. Louis and Wichita today.  If you see one of our trucks, feel free to tag us on Facebook using #countryhomeelevator or #wherearewewednesdays

Thanks for reading, and remember to check us out every Wednesday for updates!

Setting Rails
Installing Rails
Setting Up Car Top Switches
Setting The Car Top Switche
Machine Room
Machine Room
LU/LA Retrofit Modernization Kit
LU/LA Retrofit Modernization Kit

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