Floor-to-ceiling customized solutions for your next elevator cab project
If you want to work with a team that:
Designs beautiful custom cabs that are easy to maintain and last for years
Strives to eliminate change orders by having a solid onboarding process
Keeps you informed and your documents up-to-date throughout the process
Is big enough to handle any size project but small enough to care
End the stress of change orders, lagging paperwork, and missed deadlines.
Elevator Interior Design That Moves You
Americans take 18 billion trips on elevators each year.
What does your elevator cab say about you?
DESIGN. FABRICATION. INSTALLATION. MAINTENANCE.
Custom Elevated Cab Interiors
Garage & Freight Elevators
Maintenance & Repair
It’s Time to Elevate Your Expectations.
Who is The Elevated Cab?
Big enough to handle any project. Small enough to care.
Like an elevator, we’re small but mighty.
Our team of industry professionals has more than 65 years of combined experience in cab design, fabrication, installation, and maintenance. From code compliance and cab design to 3D renderings and metal refinishing, we know how to create and maintain custom elevator interiors.
But we offer more than our expertise.
Every member of our team is involved in every project, ensuring unmatched communication. We listen to your needs and stay in constant contact with you from start to finish. Through honest, open communication and a customer-oriented approach, we eliminate the frustrations that often accompany facility construction and renovation projects.
The right experience.
The right attitude.
The right team.
That’s The Elevated Cab.
Our Core Values
News & Resources
4 Reasons Communication Is Key to Your Elevator Interior Project
Jon Whaley Named to Corporate Floors Leadership Team
Excellence in Every Step
Design. Fabricate. Install. Maintain. Recycle.
We install and maintain world-class commercial interiors
for image-conscious companies.
Every company within our family of brands is managed and operated separately, but we work together as a team to offer a consolidated pool of knowledge, products, and services for our customers, conveniently all under a single tax ID.
Each business was built to do business as a Force for Good™ to inspire and advance our local employees and the communities in which they work.
Expect Better. Get Better.
Let’s Talk About Your Next Elevator Cab Project
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Anything that is fire-rated is open game. The finishes for custom cabs range from standard to high-end materials that are custom fabricated for each project.
A basic cab can cost around $10,000, while a high-end custom cab can cost closer to $50,000. There are far too many variables involved to provide a more accurate estimate without understanding your needs. The type and amount of materials used are a huge factor in the final price.
The custom cab process involves a number of steps, including consultation, design, pricing, surveying, engineering and submittals, fabrication and delivery—all before we arrive on-site for the installation.
It’s always a good idea to let your elevator company know what you’re planning. We can facilitate this discussion and provide estimated weights so no one is surprised by counterbalancing expenses.
There is minimal noise involved with a cab renovation, allowing the work to be completed during regular working hours.
The actual installation process (not including design and fabrication) typically takes three to four standard working days.
Elevator interior design companies must know their codes, have a current TDLR license and be able to provide code-compliant designs that consider weight, materials, and emergency access.
Texas requires a license from the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) to work in and on elevators. TDLR licenses, which must be renewed annually, allow contractors to file required permits and submit closeout documents completed by licensed third parties verifying the work was performed to code.
You don’t have to be union to work on or in elevators, but you do have to have a license. Non-union maintenance companies and non-union cab interior companies are more common now than in the past.
It is extremely rare for one company to design, fabricate, install and maintain custom cab interiors. An elevator maintenance company may subcontract the design, fabrication, and installation work as part of a package for a renovation, or it may be included with the equipment in the case of new construction. Cab interior work usually is project based and includes the design, fabrication, and installation, be it a total renovation or individual parts like the flooring or handrails.