Wheelchair lifts and home elevators offer access and mobility solutions.
Vertical platform lifts are ideal for providing access to a raised deck or porch and for this reason they are often called porch lifts. They can also be installed inside your home to prove floor to floor access. Inclined wheelchair lifts are designed to navigate a flight of stairs. An inclined platform lift can transport a wheelchair and passenger up or down a flight of stairs as it travels along a rail system that is mounted to the stairway. This a viable alternative to the home elevator since it requires minimal construction and can be attached to a variety of stair types including curved and spiral stair cases. Platforms lifts, whether vertical or inclined, are safe and easy to use and are suitable for indoor or outdoor applications.
Home elevators are also great for making access between floors easier. They can be of benefit to the handicapped as well as people without handicaps. You will need a shaft way or hoist way to accommodate the elevator cab and the team at Adaptive Environments will be able to advise you whether or not you have sufficient space.
Apart from providing easy access between different levels of your home, home elevators also add to the value of your home as they add convenience and luxury.