Residential Lifts and Elevators

Residential lifts and elevators have become very popular accessibility equipment as they do away with the hassle of climbing stairs in multi-storied residences. These devices offer easy access to all levels of the residence. They offer quiet, smooth and reliable operation and make moving up and down with furniture, groceries and laundry less of a problem. People with limited mobility can enjoy greater independence through the use of such systems.

Getting the Right System for Your Home

Factors to consider when selecting a residential lift or elevator include:

o Lifting capacity and power consumption needs

o Space available in the residence for the equipment

o Whether it is to be used by just one person or more

o Whether you need a lockable equipment

o Presence of safety features such as emergency stop buttons, cable safety devices, door interlocks, and alarms.

o The number of floors the system would have to move through

It is important to purchase the residential lifts and elevators from trustworthy manufacturers to ensure that they are safe and efficient.

So Many Kinds to Choose From

Residential lifts and elevators are space savers and come in several loading configurations and sizes to suit various construction requirements. They are available in an extensive range of designs, colors, speed ranges and finishes.

Residential elevators of different types are available to suit different budgetary requirements. These include roped hydraulic drive, winding drum drive, vacuum drive and pitless models. Passenger lifts for residential purposes come in models such as curved and spiral stairlifts, straight stairlifts, wheelchair lifts, seat lifts, portable lifts, and dumbwaiters.

Great Benefits

Adding a quality elevator to the home guarantees several benefits:

o Better accessibility between various floors of the residence

o Elevates the resale value of the home by lending a touch of luxury to it

o Provides a comfortable, safe ride

It won’t be hard to find residential lifts and elevators that are easy to install, operate and maintain. It is preferable to get an accessibility device installed when the residence is under construction rather than several years after it is built, to avoid inconvenience and get them at economical rates.