Champion Elevator Corp. is an independently owned, full-service elevator maintenance, repair, violation removal, and testing company. All services are provided throughout New York City’s five boroughs, Westchester, Nassau & Suffolk counties, as well as Connecticut.


Modernization of your elevator system is no easy feat and when the time comes, making the right choice of equipment, supplier and installer is of utmost importance. If the equipment is first class and installed properly, you will have years of safe and reliable elevator service for all passengers. Champion helps you achieve your modernization goals by providing our expertise, talented technicians, and superior modernization techniques.


As a company, every day we seek new challenges to make ourselves better, achieve higher standards, increase efficiency and provide our customers with the very best elevator services possible. Our goal is to continuously reaffirm your selection of Champion as a superior industry leader and to provide our employees a fair, safe, and committed place of employment.



Understanding the NYC DOB 2022 Code Changes Effective January 1, 2022, several changes to the NYC Building Code and Elevator Safety Code will impact the way elevators will be inspected and tested in NYC. The NYC Department of Buildings will no longer issue “PVT Violations”, but rather the performance of these yearly inspections will become...

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File an Affirmation of Correction to Avoid Elevator Violation Fines Regular elevator testing and inspection are critical, not just for ensuring that your elevators are all up to code but also for providing confidence that all visitors to your building can safely and conveniently use your elevators. Failing to have your elevators tested can result...

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How We Fix a Broken Elevator Your commercial elevator should be maintained regularly by professional elevator technicians to help avoid breakdowns and increase your elevator’s longevity and safety. Of course, even with upholding a regular maintenance schedule, broken elevators can still occur.

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