A Lifton Home Lift is the ideal way to upgrade the home, combining the latest technology with an understated design, giving homeowners independence to move in their properties, whilst having the aesthetic bonus of it being a stylish addition.
Lifton domestic lifts are perfect for anyone seeking to ‘future-proof’ their homes or for people with mobility issues.
Lifton’s unique, small footprint (less than one square metre), and self-supporting dual-rail system, means it can be installed in the most compact of domestic spaces.
Whether it be the corner of a room, within the turn of the stairs or even in a cupboard, the Lifton Home Lift is freestanding and travels smoothly ‘though the floor’, with no need for load bearing walls.
Although it can be installed in small spaces, the Lifton domestic lift remains spacious inside.
It can be a concern of homeowners that the style of their home may be altered by installing a bulky and space-consuming lift, but that is eliminated here, as the Lifton Home Lift has been designed to be outstandingly discreet and space-saving.
The built-in drive system is neatly concealed in the lift car roof space and the lift plugs straight into the mains power with no noisy motors or hydraulics involved.
All importantly for builders, installing a Lifton Home Lift is a speedy and simple process that typically takes no longer than a day.
All a building professional has to do is create a simple apterture opening in the ceiling where the lift will be located, to allow the lift to pass between floors; the rest is down to Lifton’s installation team.
Unless installing in a listed building, planning permission isn’t required to fit a Lifton Home Lift; a standard building notice application will do.
The Lifton customer service team will arrange and take care of the whole process, so it could not be easier.
With builders and contractors keen to keep up with the latest construction industry trends and an ageing UK population meaning more homeowners are now choosing to ‘home improve over ‘home move’, professional builders are increasingly being asked to provide insight into home mobility solutions; the Lifton Home Lift is ideal for all these scenarios.
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