Abiding by a common phrase, "you will never get a second chance to make a great first impression". This phrase holds true for many aspects of life. Your personal appearance while at a job interview could make the difference between landing your dream job or continuing with the job search. On the flip side the job seeker is forming his or her own opinion about the company they are interviewing for. The moment they step into your building an opinion begins to form as to whether your company is the place they want to be employed. Questions like; Is your building well kept? Which floor are your offices located on? What does the interior of your elevator look appealing? These are questions that help every person that walks through your door to form an opinion about your business. Aesthetics are an important factor in how individuals perceive a business.
A buildings elevator is one of the most used pieces of equipment in an office or apartment building. That being said, the way an elevator interior looks makes a large impact on what individuals think about a building and its tenants. The good news is you can easily transform the aesthetics of your elevator with a custom elevator cab interior renovation.
A custom elevator cab interior may sound intimidating. However, elevator cab interiors are fully customizable and updating them is fairly straight forward process. An elevator cab interior renovation starts with an elevator interior design. When considering renovating your elevator interior its recommended to go into the process with an idea of what your want to have completed. Always have a pre-planned budget worked out ahead of time in regards to what will be spent on the interior renovation project. This will make the job of the elevator interior design team much easier. Having a rough scope of work and a budget in mind will save a lot of time. It will allow the custom elevator cab interiors company of your choice zero in on material selection choices based on your needs.
When I speak of a scope of work, I am referring to what (you) the client wants included in their custom elevator cab interiors project. Elevator interiors are strictly aesthetic components of the elevator cab interior. There are no mechanical or operational mechanisms modified during a custom elevator cab interiors renovation. If there is a mechanical issue with an elevator cab then an elevator service maintenance company must be notified.
The following items are aspects of an elevator cab interior that are generally modified during a custom elevator cab interiors renovation.
- Wall panels
- Emergency Lighting
- Handrails & Guard Rails
- Front Wall Cladding
- Door Cladding
- Hoistway Door and Entrance Cladding
- Wall Protection Pads
The items listed above are the main areas of focus for an elevator interior renovation. Cab renovation projects can include all or some the of those items. Ultimately (you) the client chooses the scope of work for your project. The elevator interior design team is there to put your thoughts on paper. The custom elevator cab interiors company as a whole is there to make your ideas a reality. Once the cab interior design has been completed and project submittals samples and drawings have been approved, fabrication can begin. When fabrication has completed installation will be scheduled. Installation is typically completed one elevator at a time. Average renovation time per elevator cab is two or three days depending on the work scope.
We are Chesapeake Elevator Interiors; Inc. and are here to serve you. Our business is built around our clients. From elevator interior design to fabrication and installation, we are with you every step of the way. Simple interior cab repairs to full blown custom elevator cab interiors, we are happy to serve you. Chesapeake Elevator Interiors, Inc. is a one stop shop for all your elevator cab interior needs. Give is a call today and let our elevator interior design team is here to make your vision a reality.
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