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Where Are We Wednesdays (01/17/2018)

Happy Wednesday Folks!

The first picture on the top left was taken by Sales Consultant Amy from our Kansas City Office.  Amy deeply cares for our customers, and is always going the extra mile to make sure that they receive top notch care. Country Home Elevator is currently renovating an elevator in Leawood, Kansas; and since Amy sold it a few years ago she decided to visit the jobsite to check on the progress.

The next picture was taken by our Senior Technician Ron in Branson, Missouri.  Our crews have been working through this blizzard all week, braving the cold and icy roads.  When the crews left out this morning, it was -7 degrees!  Thank you Teams for your dedication, we really appreciate you!

Our Arkansas Technician Dustin is featured in the next picture, he is prepping hydraulic piping for an elevator installation.  Elevator cabs come in a few standard sizes, depending on the need of the customer, but the hoistways they fit in do not typically conform to the exact measurements of the drawings.  This is why there are nil used elevators on the market, they are custom built to fit in each hoistway.

The middle picture to the left was taken by our Oklahoma Operations Manager Jim.  He is in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma today working on Symmetry Vertical Platform Lift.  Vertical Platform Lifts (VPLs for short), are truly the most versatile product we carry.  They can be outdoor or indoor, enclosed or open, stationary or portable, for maximum flexibility.

The final two pictures were taken by our Lead Technician Adam of the jobsite in Branson, Missouri.  His crew joined Ron’s crew to install a Canton Elevator at The Grand Country Inn.  Canton Elevators have a capacity ranging from 2000 to 3500 pounds, they are the largest elevators we currently offer. They are perfect for many commercial installations, and can be configured to carry either freight or passengers.

Our crews are also in Sullivan, Lees Summit, Pleasant Hill, Kansas City, 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!

Dustin Cutting Rail
Dustin
Kraus
Enclosed VPL
Icicles on Truck
Icicles on Truck
Austin & Dustin GCI
Trying To Stay Warm