elevator is the commonly used term for a lift that
is enclosed in a shaft and can travel vertically as
much as 15 m (50 ft.).
increase the value of your home while providing
an easy way to carry groceries, laundry or anything
else floor to floor. Residential Elevators, these
days are fully customizable wherein you can have
almost anything you imagine, from marble walls to
stained glass, these home elevators are a unique
expression of you! Residential elevator style range
from the most basic, unfinished open platform to
fully enclosed cabins with safety gates and interior
finishes such as hardwood,
ceramic tile, marble and granite. These use
standard interior doors,
so they blend in seamlessly with your home's décor.
Nowadays, Residential Elevators come with fully
automatic controls and tons of safety features like
an emergency stop button, in-cab alarm, and a
telephone jack that accommodates a standard
Residential elevators are quickly becoming the next
must-have amenity in a new home. Number of
residential elevators is growing as builders and
buyers discover the advantages:
Residential Elevators are a great investment,
letting you age with your home never sacrificing
Residential Elevators don’t cost as much as you
Residential Elevators are available in many
finishes including beautiful hardwood.
Residential Elevators are an efficient use of land
Residential Elevators increase the value of a home
as much as 10%
Residential Elevators can also be useful to anyone
who frequently moves laundry or groceries between
the floors of a house.
Residential Elevators, these days blend completely
without disturbing your home décor.
Residential Elevators don’t even disturb your home
foundation as they rest on the floor of your home,
even an elevator pit is unnecessary
a residential elevator the same as a commercial
A residential elevator is less complex (and
less-expensive) than an elevator in an office or
high-rise apartment or condominium building.
Commercial elevators are regulated provincially and
must be licensed and regularly inspected.
Residential lifts and elevators do not need