Welcome to ElevatorRater! Please take a look around. While you're here, you'll find valuable information like recent news, history and a comprehensive rating system about elevators in your area. Enjoy your ride!
Check out these awesome videos that elevator passenger Nick Nerv uploaded to YouTube after being stuck in an elevator with another guy who was freaking out. We think it is amazing and hilarious...let us know what you think.
Part 2 of Nick's Elevator Nightmare
Check out the latest and funniest Elevator Videos here!
Post your comments and send us your elevator videos!
Is your elevator watching you?
We are seeing more and more elevator videos go viral lately. Check out this one of a Desmond Hague, CEO of the sports catering company Centerpoint Inc. He gets caught kicking a puppy inside an elevator at the Hotel Georgia. He ended up resigning from his position once the video came out. Take a look at the articles and videos below and let us know what you think of this latest elevator fiasco!
Check out the links below for the latest on the Beyoncé, Solange and Jay Z elevator video. Watch the drama unfold and share your thoughts with us!
--The video first surfaced in May...check out the article and video below to see how the whole thing started
Nothing is a hotter topic right now than the Ray Rice story!
Check out the video and the latest news articles below and let us know what you think
Check out the Top 10 Worst NYC Elevators as posted by the New York City Department of Buildings Violations. This list was compiled by the NYC DOB using complaint data, violations, maintenance filings and field inspection records. These offenders are being pursued under the Elevator Enforcement Program in NYC.
You can link to the New York City Department of Buildings site here:
Last Updated: March 7, 2013
Check out our Featured Elevator of the Month for March
Featured Elevator of the Month—March 2015
Raul Mesnier de Ponsard, an apprentice of Gustave Eiffel, designed this neo-Gothic municipal elevator. Originally powered by steam upon its construction in 1902, the 426-foot-tall elevator is now electrically powered but still features the original birdcage-style cars with ornate wooden interiors. Portugal declared the lift a national monument at the elevator's centennial in 2002..