Nearly 7 years ago we published a blog entitled: “Elevator Maintenance Contracts 101” which was well received. While much of the information and advice remains the same, we have seen a number of recent trends that we feel elevator owners would appreciate hearing about, and we have therefore published this updated blog. Recently we were […]
Necessity the Mother of Invention
Plato is usually credited with the proverb: “Necessity is the Mother of Invention”. COVID-19 has certainly spawned necessity and served as the catalyst for invention and innovation in 2020. A Psychology Today article identified: “7 Great Innovations Responding to the Coronavirus”. They included: a bag ventilator built from a windshield wiper motor; a thermal imaging […]
Quality Costs Money
By Rolly Mechler, Sales & Marketing Manager A colleague recently sent through the above Mona Lisa cartoon. While it made me laugh, it also caused me to exclaim: “preach it”! I have been involved in professional business-to-business (B2B) sales for over 30 years now (yup, I’m getting old) and I would have been tempted to […]
Avoid Chargeable Calls – Clean those Door Tracks!
By Rolly Mechler, Sales & Marketing Manager at Elevator One Elevator owners recognize that chargeable service calls can be very costly. As summer winds down and we move into the fall, with winter not far behind (sorry to bring it up), we find that one particular service call increases significantly – shutdowns due to door […]