There is no elevator we can’t service! On our way to Camp Katia in historic Saranac Lake! Camp Katiais a great camp on Upper St. Regis Lake, built in 1890! #NationalSelfieDay
Safe Transport of Tools and Equipment When transporting tools and elevator equipment, it is important to make sure they are properly secured. Verify that the vehicle used to transport the item can be safely operated and can support the load. Make sure the elevator material being transported doesn’t move, slide, or bounce during transport. When securing the… Read More “Safe Transport of Tools and Equipment”
Powered Abrasive Wheel Tools Working in the elevator trade requires the use of a wide variety of tools. Powered abrasive grinding, cutting, polishing, and wire buffing wheels create special safety problems, because they may throw off flying fragments. Before an abrasive wheel is mounted, it should be inspected closely and sound or ring tested to be… Read More “Safe Operation Of Powered Abrasive Wheel Tools”
At Bay State Elevator when we speak to prospective customers we hear the same thing over and over, their current provider is not keeping up with the maintenance and only shows up when something is broken. Our preventative maintenance programs are easy to follow and always transparent, and our service superintendents are local and always… Read More “Treat Your Elevator Like You Treat Your Car”
Sports Safety Tips Working in the elevator industry can be very rewarding, but I also enjoy spending family time outdoors engaging in many activities. These activities vary from snowmobiling in the winter, to playing softball with friends and family in the summer. While snowmobiling, I am always sure to wear proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE),… Read More “Sports Safety Tips”
Great view of downtown Troy NY, by our elevator service superintendent Ed Holley! Lot’s of fun things happening in the capital region this summer and we will be sure to help you get up and down to all of them!