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Wyatt Elevator - We're Here to Move You

We service our community with pride and our workmanship reflects just that.

We are a family-owned and operated Full-Service Elevator Company servicing Philadelphia and the surrounding Tri-State area. Wyatt Elevator provides quality Preventive Maintenance, Service Repairs, Modernizations, and New Installations of all makes and models of vertical transportation devices. 

Elevators are among the most significant investments in your building. Our Field and Management teams have decades of combined experience in the industry. We are experts at maintaining and servicing all designs of elevator equipment: Otis, Thyssen, Schindler, KONE, and all over Major and Independent Manufactures ready to troubleshoot and repair all designs of elevator control equipment. Providing you with customized care and peace of mind.


The Wyatt Difference

At Wyatt Elevator Company we value all of our customers, regardless of whether they have a single elevator or 200 elevators. Every one of our customers will receive the personal, professional, and timely service they deserve.

Our emphasis is on providing quality customer service and care that is unmatched by any of our competition. Why? Because based on our discussions with many of our customers, we recognize that a customer-focused approach is sorely lacking in the industry, even though it is a top priority for most building, facility, and project managers.

“When you call Wyatt Elevator for service, your call is answered by a locally based, company representative that knows you and your company.  They don’t ask you for an account number or any secret code word.  They just dispatch a mechanic to resolve your issue.  Their mechanics are all top notch, polite, courteous and keep our elevator machine rooms spotlessly clean.  They show up on time, complete their work, clean up and move on to the next assignment.  If the repair is not complete, they tell you why and when they will be back to complete the work.  No follow-up (to chase them down) is ever necessary.”

Andrew Albero Director of Facilities American College of Physicians