So you’ve decided to install an elevator in your home, and now you’ve got one more big decision to make — where exactly do you want it installed? Your choice will be between an indoor or an outdoor elevator, and your needs, your space availability and your home’s layout will determine your ultimate decision. Here…
Usually, when we think of an elevator, the image of pushing the button and waiting for the doors to open, stepping inside and being whisked up into the building comes to mind. This lift is the most common; a passenger elevator in a multi-story, commercial building, designed to carry people from one level to another….
Stairs, decks, porches and elevated platforms often pose a barrier to the elderly and people in wheelchairs, and ramps and/or home stair lifts may not be suitable for all applications. Vertical platform lifts (VPL) are commercial or residential elevators that allow wheelchair users to move from one level of the building to another without leaving their assistive…
As a disabled veteran, remodeling for better accessibility can keep you in a home you love; but, the process can be beyond budgetary resources for many disabled service members and their families. If you desperately need a chair lift or wheelchair lift, what can you do? Fortunately, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has grants…
The Outdoor Elevator: Safe, Durable, Built to Last and unlike anything on the market today! A fully welded, all aluminum uni-body design makes it the most durable, weather resistance vertical platform lift on the market! Short lead times and an easy installation process means creating access to your multi-story home is a quick, easy process!…
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