Residential Wheelchair Lifts for the Home
Adapting to using a wheelchair or living with someone who has mobility needs can be tough, but ensuring that you have a safe home wheelchair lift doesn’t have to be. Read More »
When they’re presented with the tasks of building an overall accessible home and getting the right kind of care, many assume that they’ll have to be limited to the first floor of their home or suddenly need to move out of the house they’ve called their home for years. With Nationwide Lifts, your elevator experts, that doesn’t need to be the case.
We offer ADA-compliant wheelchair lifts for homes that can be easily installed by our teams of experts. Whether you need a full enclosure or just a mobile platform, we have many different residential wheelchair lift options for you to choose from.
Designing the Best Mobility Solution for You
We can help you design, choose, and implement the perfect wheelchair lift. For home mobility, a transportation product should be comfortable and convenient for you and your family. We take into consideration your needs, the number and amount of steps, and the overall design of your home when trying to find a solution specifically for you.
Our team can work with you to help design the best option for you and your family’s daily use, whether you need a vertical lift that will fit a full wheelchair plus have enough standing room for an aide or you are considering inclined wheelchair lifts. For homes with multiple stories that require much larger elevator projects, we at Nationwide Lifts can even install full-sized elevators. We’ve installed many different types of mobility solutions for both residential and commercial settings and have developed a range of products that can solve many different disability needs.
We Can Install Your Residential Wheelchair Lift
When buying handicap lifts for homes, there are many things to consider: whether it’s a sustainable solution, who can install the device, who can provide help and training, and who to turn to if it requires maintenance. We at Nationwide Lifts are the experts in elevators, lifts, dumbwaiters, and many sorts of mechanical, vertical needs. We can not only install but also repair and check up on your wheelchair lift. For home lifting devices, we’re one of the best companies in the business to turn to because we can handle all of this and provide help when our customers need it.
If you’re hoping to buy one of our residential chair lifts, contact us to request a quote or get a free catalog, or browse the lifts we have for sale online now.
Home Lift Costs
Disabilities can make it difficult to navigate throughout a home, especially when a residence includes multiple levels. Anyone in a wheelchair or who has trouble walking up and down stairs may need assistance with this process. Many people have a need to make their home more accessible, but they assume the home lift price will be prohibitive. But there’s no need to let the cost scare you away from buying home lifts: Price points vary, and the cost is often less than people expect.
When it come to lifting devices, Nationwide Lifts is an industry leader, offering a wide variety of wheelchair lifts and elevators for both home and commercial installation. Our platform lifts enable someone to board either with or without a wheelchair and ascend or descend to another level of the home. Nationwide Lifts offers a number of different home lifts; price points may vary depending on the style and features chosen. For instance, a vertical wheelchair lift will travel up to 14 feet to assist someone with traveling up or down to different levels. Many people install this type of home lift for an outdoor application such as reaching a backyard deck or descending from it. The capacity of this type of lift is 750 pounds, and both standard and customized cabs are available. Customers can choose a completely enclosed cab or an integrated enclosure.
On a smaller scale, customers can also opt for a wheelchair lift that moves up and down up to six feet. This type of home lift is ideal for assisting someone up and down outside steps to enter and exit a home. Because of the simplicity of this type of lift, an enclosed shaft is not necessary. The upper landing will need a gate with installed interlock to prevent falls. Ascending and descending takes about one minute, and the full capacity of this type of unit is 750 pounds. For homes with a straight set of stairs, a special platform can assist someone in navigation. This type of platform attaches directly to the steps and wall. The platform extends out for use when it’s needed, and it folds away when you’re not using it. This lift has a maximum distance of 14 feet, which takes about one minute to travel.
Nationwide Lifts understands that it takes time and thought to decide on buying a lift for home. Price shouldn’t be a deterrent, though; with our range of lift models, we’re sure to have one that fits your needs and your budget. Need to take your shopping offline? Contact us online or by phone to request a free catalog that includes detailed descriptions of every model. Then, once you’ve narrowed down your options, see how easy it is to afford a lift for home: Price quotes are available to help you see how the home lift price will fit into your budget. If you’re having a hard time deciding which wheelchair lift would be best for you, feel free to contact our representatives for advice: We’d love to help!