When it comes to quality residential and commercial elevators in North Carolina, Liftavator is the right company for you. Since 1982, Liftavator has worked with architects, contractors, engineers, and planners to ensure our residential and commercial elevators meet all Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. Customer satisfaction and safety are always our top priority.
Liftavator is the #1 source for residential and commercial accessibility in the Carolinas. In addition to our revolutionary designs and ideas, we offer a two-year guarantee on all labor and we offer a guarantee of up to five years on materials. We don’t consider a job complete until you’re 100% satisfied.
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I want to thank Zach and the crew of Frank, Kevin, and Jason for the work they did on getting the Liftavator outdoor lift installed at our house. It works like a charm and they did a great job with all the technical and mechanical work to get it in. Thanks for your hard work through cold and wind and heat. Great job team!
I want to give a shout out to Liftavator and the employees that made it happen. From day one, Zach was a champ in answering questions and getting me the info that I needed to make an informed decision.
Frank and Ryan did some adjustments to our outdoor unit yesterday. They explained in advance what they were going to do, and did an excellent job. Thanks.
Zach is super to work with. He has made so many trips to my house to make sure everything was right. Southeastern Elevator told me this couldn’t be done. Zach was there all the way. He will make sure the entire job is done right.
Liftavator responded quickly, gave a clear understanding about the scope and timing of the project, communicated consistently about the status of our project, and delivered on time. The staff was great and very helpful. The crew that removed the old elevator and installed the new one were fantastic. Thanks to all of them for their help.
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Though we often take them for granted, elevators are an essential mode of transport for people who have difficulty climbing stairs or need to travel many floors, especially in critical settings where time is often of the essence. If you need to use an elevator in a hospital or residential or office building during this […]Read more
Although many of us are living longer and often remaining healthy much later into life, many people develop mobility difficulties as they age. Decreased mobility can lead to less active lifestyles, and vice versa. When you’re used to walking around your entire life unaided, learning to walk with a walker, cane or even using a […]Read more