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Tips: Consumer Financing
• Seek community, government or private advocates and funding.
• Obtain a prescription from a physician that will allow a lift as a medical expense.
• Be aware that Medicare and Medicaid do not normally pay for this equipment.
• Most of the expense of an elevator is recouped when ownership changes hands


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This elevator is self-supporting, meaning there's no need to use load-bearing walls.  It has a built-in drive with no additional motors or machinery.
Due to its small footprint, it is very easy to install into an existing home but is also very stylish and ergonomic for new construction.

TELECAB
The Savaria Telecab elevator is a simple economical way to get wheelchair access to two floors of an existing home. The total cost is usually in the mid 20's and construction and elevator installation takes about two weeks.
     Also called “The Vanishing Elevator,” the small cab (30 x 46) requires little space and can transport a wheelchair. A larger cab (32 x 54) is available.
     This elevator is ideally suited to an existing residence as modest construction is needed for installation.

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