A home elevator is the up-and-coming convenience. As people
age they risk losing their mobility.
Homeowners who want to future-proof their homes are installing
an elevator for their convenience now, and the necessity,
later. They are planning ahead for accidents or aging or the
day they sell their homes.
Elevators can be customized to require little space and fit
into the décor of a home. Elevators also serve as dumbwaiters
for moving laundry, groceries, suitcases and furniture.
The typical two stop elevator (or up to six stops) comes
with a power operated gate, stained wood paneling, stainless
steel fixtures, oversized cab, recessed lights and phone box.
It is equipped with safety devices such as a telephone in
the cab, battery back-up, door and gate interlocks, slack
cable device to engage the rails, and terminal stopping device.
These residential elevators installed in a hoist way can
be customized to fit the requirements of the site. We know
the different features offered by our manufacturers in order
to design the best fit elevator.
Tip: New Construction
The cost to build a shaft and pit is minimal when framing
and pouring the basement slab.