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Fast, efficient and environmentally friendly lifts; all for prices that suit any commercial, residential or industrial budget.

All of our installations are fully compliant with current European Standards EN81, Disability Discrimination Act and are CE marked accordingly

Things to Consider When Installing a Residential Lift

The installation of home lifts has also allowed people with physical disabilities or illnesses that restrict their movement to access any space or room in their homes.

However, home lifts are not just used by people with physical limitations. The vast majority of users opt for a residential lift to simplify their movement within their homes. Access inside houses with several floors, whether they are refurbished properties or new constructions, is made easier with a lift.

Lift Specifications

Different homes will require different lifts. The size of the cabin will depend on the number of people that will be using the lift, as well as their needs, and the pit size will depend on the features of the house. Some lifts can be installed without excavation, while others require a deep pit to be created.


Automatic sliding doors are easier to operate than accordion-style doors, which can prevent an elderly or disabled person from using the lift effectively.

It is also critical to consider other specifications of the lift, such as weight limitations, safety features, maximum travel speed, and maximum floors allowed in a single journey.

All new equipment carries a 12-month full parts warranty and the first year servicing is included.

Our installation department will ensure you get a quality product from concept to completion. This means carefully assessing your requirements and providing the best solution to fit your individual needs

Our lift engineers install lifts for a wide range of purposes, including motor room and motor room-less.

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