Stache Drilling has been working exclusively within the elevator industry since 1990. Since then we have successfully completed thousands of hydraulic jack hole drill projects throughout the Midwest and beyond. Whether your elevator project requires the drilling work to be completed outside the building or inside, new construction or existing, passenger cars or freight, no project is too large or too small.
About Stache Drilling Company
New Elevator Construction:
Outside/Truck Mounted Drilled Holes
Inside/Skid Mounted or Auger/Rotary Drilled Holes
Existing Elevator Repairs and Modernization:
Removal of old/leaking Hydraulic Pistons and Cylinders
Removal of Auxilliary Casings and PVC
Existing Jack hole Clean-out
Containment and Disposal of hydraulic contaminated spoils
Modify Existing Jack Holes for Size and Plumbnes
Casing/LIning of Existing or Re-Drilled Jack Holes
Elevator Jack Hole / Water Well Abandonment:
An Elevator jack hole is considered to be the same as a water well. When
decommissioning a hydraulic elevator, the jack hole must be abandoned
and backfilled per your local State standards. Please contact us for more information.
Over the past 25 years, we have completed elevator and drilling work in every imaginable environment, from schools and nursing homes to nuclear power plants. We have coordinated projects with construction companies, elevator consultants, building owners and owner's representatives and managers. We have listened to the frustrations associated with the cost of repairs, down-time, and general lack of understanding. If there is anything we can do to make this process more confortable, please contact us.