Home Elevators & Residential Lifts Installation in Houston, Tx

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Home Elevators  Houston, Tx

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Elevators & Platform Lifts

Most homeowners rely on stairs to get from one floor to another.

Elevators and lifts provide a more elegant and accessible solution. These systems are highly complex and technical, and must be installed by a trained and licensed technician. There are a wide variety of elevators and lifts to accommodate a variety of needs and budgets.

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Elevators Lifts for appartments

Home Elevators

Elevators have been used in office buildings and apartments for decades. Now we are bringing that comfort and convenience to the home. Elevators are perfect for those requiring a wheelchair, walker or cane. You will never have to worry about your loved one falling down the stairs again.

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Platform Lifts

Stairs present an impossible barrier to most wheelchair users. Ramps require a significant amount of space to be used effectively, and are not always a viable solution. A platform lift can be installed in tight spaces, providing a simple and convenient way to get from one floor to another.

New: Pool Lift

Having Access to your pool provides the ability to participate in family fun, enjoy hydro therapy and a source of safe, stress-free exercising. This pool lift is for residential and commercial use, ADA compliant and easy to operate.

The H350 Pool Lift

Meets and exceeds ADA specifications. Curvilinear tube with base installs directly onto pool deck with four bolts. Durable powder-coated frames create a smooth layer of color for a long-lasting and beautiful finish that resists peeling, chipping, and fading. Attractive and comfortable seating is designed by one of America’s leading patio furniture design companies. Available in beige or custom color options.

Features

  • 350 lb. capacity
  • Meets and exceeds ADA specifications
  • Surface, bolt mounting
  • Ambidextrous seating
  • Secure concrete anchor mounting with sliding tube for removal and storage
  • Fully submersible seating
  • Durable stainless steel construction
  • Folding arms and foot plate
  • Comfortable seating
  • Sealed hand control
  • Wall-mounted charger with hanger
  • Removable, easy-access battery
  • Professional Installation by Home Comfort Solutions Certified Tech

Wheelchair users face unique challenges when navigating around their homes. Because most houses were designed with able-bodied users in mind, certain home features just don’t make sense for disabled people. Staircases are a great example of this. Many homeowners use chair lifts to make their staircases more accessible. However, chairlifts are not convenient for wheelchair users.

Luckily, there are other options. Residential lifts and indoor elevators can change the way wheelchair users move around at home. These tools are easy to use and provide life-changing independence. Learn more about these mobility aids so you can choose the best option for your space.

Home Elevators for Seniors in Houston, Tx

An elevator for home use? It might sound too good to be true. Elevators are one of the easiest mobility aids around. In fact, they are so easy to use that most of us don’t even notice we hop into an elevator in public. Now, people can experience the same level of convenience at home. Elevators are sleek, discreet, and very easy to use. They can help seniors, wheelchair users, and other people with mobility issues easily navigate around the house.

Installing an Indoor Home Elevator 

While a custom home elevator requires a home renovation, this process is often easier than you might think. A contractor will evaluate your home before starting the project, offering you an exact timeline and project details so there are no construction surprises. Since an elevator will require both shaft construction and also machine room construction, there will be days when your home is undergoing heavy construction. Your contractor can coordinate with your family to make these major renovations as unobtrusive as possible.

Residential Elevators – Houston, TX

It’s important to choose a local contractor to install your residential elevator. A Houston-based team will be able to easily coordinate with your family for construction on your schedule. They will also be easy to reach if you have any questions or need a maintenance service.

The team at Home Comfort Solutions in Houston, Tx can create home elevators, residential lifts, and other innovative mobility solutions. Our team works with each client on an individual basis to create a custom-made accessibility plan. Contact us today to learn what we can do for your home.

Choosing Between Residential Lifts and Elevators

An indoor elevator is the best solution for many families, but that doesn’t mean it’s perfect for everyone. Elevators can be expensive, and some floor plans simply cannot accommodate an elevator. Elevators are also not an immediate solution. Some homeowners like the idea of an elevator, but are looking for an easier, faster construction project for accessibility as soon as possible.

Residential lifts are a great alternative in these situations. Lifts tend to be more affordable and are significantly smaller than elevators. They are also relatively quick to install, allowing wheelchair users to easily navigate up and down the stairs without a major home renovation.

Not sure if a residential lift or home elevator is best for you? Contact us for an honest, helpful consultation.

Which Solution is best for you?

Home Elevators and Chair Lifts

Chair Lifts

  • Relatively Inexpensive
  • Simple One Day Install
  • Limited Capacity
  • One Rider
  • Rail Driven
Home Elevators and Vertical Lifts

Vertical Lifts

  • Carries a Rider with a wheelchair
  • No Machine Room
  • Indoor or Outdoor
  • Typically Multi Day Install
  • Hydraulic Drive in Tower
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Elevators

  • High capacity for multiple riders
  • Matches Home Decor & Style
  • Longer Install with Shaft Construction
  • Requires Dedicated Machine Room
  • More Expensive Than Other Lifts