Frequently Asked Questions About Elevator Consulting

The code requires that you have a 3rd party inspector witness the test and document the results. In most instances, elevator maintenance companies provide a mechanic to perform the tests only. Their contracts do not normally allow for the added cost of hiring the 3rd party inspector.

  • As your inspection company, we handle scheduling with the elevator company to ensure that your inspections are done in a timely manner.
  • Our 3rd party inspectors witness the inspections and tests to determine that all your equipment conforms to the ASME A17.1 code.
  • We will close the loop with you, notifying you that the inspections have been completed.
  • We are able to file the completed inspection reports to the state and pay the required fee to obtain the certificate.
  • We will contact you the next year to ensure that you stay in compliance with the state and get your inspection done in a timely manner.

In most cases, your inspection process goes through many hands, which can cause delays and even inspections to fall through the cracks. When the inspector is hired by the elevator company, their responsibility is to the elevator company, and that is where they typically send the reports. At Reliant Elevator Inspections, you will never be left in the dark. We will send the completed inspection reports to you and copy your elevator company so that all parties are notified.

I don’t understand what the violations on my inspection report mean.
We are here to be your one-stop inspection source. Once you receive the completed inspection report, if you have any questions pertaining to the violations, we are a phone call or e-mail away. Our only job is to take care of you and keep you in compliance with the state.