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An Overview: Elevator Installation Process
An Overview: Elevator Installation Process
August 02, 2016

Often times it is overlooked how elevators are installed. When a new establishment is being built in the GTA, hiring an elevator installer in Toronto is often considered. The expertise required to provide elevator installation should be taken into account because a faulty elevator that is not properly installed could be the cause of injury for many people. Here’s a basic overview of the installation process:


An elevator installer in Toronto starts the process by making some vertical shafts. They are usually 45” by 52” and require an architect or even a structural engineer. This task does not take too much time during the process, but it does have to be precise for the elevator to work properly. The required functions and the client’s specifications will be put first in the outcome of the elevator design. You must make sure you have an experienced manufacturer like Trident Elevators.

Design approval

The local planning or even building agencies must be consulted personally and will discuss the design with the chosen elevator installer from Toronto. This will ensure construction of gadgets and a system which meet the standards of the building and safety organizations. It will guarantee safety to the users of the elevator and will please client and their design expectations.

Electrical/carpentry work

Carpenters also need to be incorporated in the installation of elevators. Electricians will also ensure that the lifts operating buttons work as needed.

At every step, cross checking should always be done to ensure that everything meets the client and safety expectations.

Always hire a top notch and professional elevator installer in Toronto for your building functionality and needs. 

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Posted by: Lilian | September 8, 2016, 3:49 pm
Nothing but professional service from this company, they did 7 of my buildings and no accidents whatsoever.
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