Home Lifts Experts is a home lift comparison website that can assist at the research phase that compares multi-floor lifts, wheelchair lifts and home lifts which can squeeze into even the smallest of spaces.
If you are a building professional who likes to combine the latest technology with cutting edge design, you will probably have heard of a ‘home lift’.
With a number of established organisations leading the way in the home lift industry, there is a myriad of choice in terms of functionality, design and size.
A home lift instantly transforms a building project into an intergenerational, multipurpose home, in which its occupants have access all areas, day and night, however their lifestyle evolves and their needs change.
Installed in one day, a through-the-floor lift doesn’t rely on a supporting wall, or a machine room. There is no need for a complicated reworking of electrical systems or pipework.
Most home lifts have compact footprints and self-supporting structures, making them incredibly versatile in terms of placement and set-up.
Once installed, a home lift just plugs straight into a domestic power socket and uses no more energy than a standard home appliance.
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