The world is a large place which means that a range of different people exist. Here at Elevators Ltd we want to ensure that our range of lifts are able to cater to the society that lives among us in 2017 and we are proud to promote our disabled lift range. One of the main things that people who are wheelchair bound wish for is the independence to get around their own home without assistance and this type of lift offers just that. Here are a few pros and cons…

Pros

  • The most enticing thing that this type of lift offers is freedom and independence as it provides the ability to get around each and every floor in a home completely unsupervised. In fact, as long as the elevator cab can fit a wheelchair inside comfortably, there is no reason why a regular residential elevator wouldn’t suffice too since the tradition disabled elevators are quite large.

 

  • A home elevator moves nice and slowly which makes them incredibly safe and secure. After all, the last thing that you want to feel is uncomfortable when travelling inside the elevator! Due to this low speed, a residential home elevator is perfect for those who are considered vulnerable yet is still able to offer independence.

Cons

  • Unfortunately a residential elevator is quite a costly investment to pay out for at the very start which can put people off taking the leap. With this said, when a lift is correctly maintained it can last for quite a long time so the cost is considered an investment for the future.

When it comes to making sure that our services cater for every individual, the team here at Elevators Ltd are all about promoting disabled accessibility. After all, there are far too many places that do not bother to provide ramps for wheelchair uses and the last thing you will want to do is to struggling getting around your own home as well. To find out more information about our range of disabled lifts, get in contact with the best lift company around today!