In-Home Elevators For Sale

Whether you are an elderly person interested in maintaining your independence in your own home, a homeowner with limited mobility, or a homeowner interested in adding convenience and value to their property, think of how much simpler your life would be with a home lift or elevator. Small home elevators allow you to enjoy the ease and convenience of avoiding the stairs whenever you choose! Home elevators come in all shapes and sizes to meet your needs and fit within your home. Explore the variety of home elevators for sale here to choose the one that's right for you.

Nationwide Lifts is proud to offer the best lifts for homes. We have a number of options available, and no matter what you are looking for, our team can help you find a residential elevator that fits your needs. From cable to hydraulic to shaft-less elevators and more, we have it all at Nationwide Lifts. We are an innovative elevator company that always considers the needs as well as the design specifications of our customers. If you have a vision for your home elevator system, we will help you create that vision!

Types of Residential Elevators

Traditional

Home elevators provide ease and convenience for people with limited mobility or busy people who make many trips up and down the stairs in their home. Residential home elevators are available in a variety of models, including shaft-less, cable, glass, and hydraulic elevators.

Wheelchair Lifts

Wheelchair lift elevators are made to assist those with disabilities. They take up less space than a traditional elevator and may be more affordable. There are several models to choose from depending on what vertical travel distance must be accommodated. A home lift elevator can help your building meet ADA standards.

Dumbwaiters

Dumbwaiters are very compact and save a lot of space. They're an efficient solution for those who need to move small objects from floor to floor. Kitchens and libraries often install dumbwaiters to move dishes and books.

Cable Drum

A cable drum machinery system takes up the least amount of space and includes an emergency battery-powered lowering system. Cable drum elevators are the quietest models in the industry.

Hydraulic

These piston-powered elevators deliver a smooth ride and gentle descent. They can be adapted for many different designs and are suitable for many different kinds of low-rise buildings.

Pneumatic

Pneumatic elevators are a sleek and eye-catching addition to a home. Pneumatic elevators are one of the safest and most reliable types on the market.

Screw Drive

Screw-drive systems are typically used in wheelchair lifts. They are slow-moving, but they are economical and save space, as they don't require the use of a machine room.

Glass

These beautiful elevators are chosen for their looks. A glass elevator is elegant and unobtrusive in the home, or it can be used to showcase beautiful views in high-rise buildings and waterfront properties.

MRL

A machine-room-less elevator saves space and tends to be more affordable. These versatile elevators come in a variety of different models and sizes.

Shaft-less

These elevators can only travel two levels, but they are a great choice for residential use because they don't take up much space. They don't require machine rooms or hoistways. With the right house elevator, you'll be able to maintain a safe, independent lifestyle longer and without the risk or inconvenience of hauling heavy loads from floor to floor. At Nationwide Lifts, we are also proud to service domestic lifts and in-home elevator systems that require repair, maintenance, and modernization. Call today to learn more about the elevators we have for sale, or buy online to save some time! We would be happy to send you a free catalog and provide you with a quote before you make your purchase. Call now or fill out our request form online.

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With the right elevator for your home, you’ll be able to maintain a safe, independent lifestyle longer and without the risk or inconvenience of hauling heavy loads from floor to floor. At Nationwide Lifts, we are also proud to service domestic lifts and in-home elevator systems that require repair, maintenance, and modernization. Call today to learn more about the elevators we have for sale, or buy online to save some time! We would be happy to send you a free catalog and provide you with a quote before you make your purchase. Call now or fill out a request form online.

Residential Elevators: Costs

When a family member has difficulty with mobility, special equipment may be necessary. Residential elevators are a great way to help people access every floor of a home, and with a number of different styles, Nationwide Lifts is sure to have the mobility solution you need. And when it comes to home elevators, cost need not prevent you from getting the equipment that you need. When you get a free quote from us, you’re likely to find that installing an elevator is a practical and economical solution for your home.

How Much Is a Residential Elevator? Typical Lift Prices

This is a common question we receive at Nationwide Lifts. The good news is that we have a full product line that includes cutting-edge designs for both homes and commercial buildings at a range of price points. When you need an elevator for your home, let us help you explore home elevator costs to find the best and most economical product to fit your needs. You may even find that residential elevators cost less than you think.

Nationwide Lifts offers a variety of residential elevators to fit virtually any home and individual need. Choose from a hydraulic elevator, a traditional cable elevator, a traditional elevator with sliding doors, a shaft-less elevator, a glass elevator, or even a pneumatic elevator. Platform lifts are also available to move a wheelchair from one floor to another. We even have dumbwaiters to enable you to transport items between floors of your home. Imagine the convenience of being able to transport heavy items, such as laundry, groceries, or luggage, via a dumbwaiter instead of carrying them up flights of stairs!

Your home elevator cost will vary depending on the style of elevator, the dimensions of the elevator, and any needed modifications to your home. For a loose estimate, you should budget somewhere between $30,000 and $50,000 for a home elevator. Contact our staff for a more specific quote on home elevator prices.

In-Home Elevators for Any Size Home

We know that some homes don’t have the space to install standard elevators. To solve this problem, we offer newer designs that provide the same mobility without overwhelming the interior space of a home. Glass elevators can be one effective solution in this situation. These elevators have a sleek and compact design that does not diminish their transport capacities.

Residential Elevator Sizes Anyone struggling with mobility issues in the home will probably understand the benefit of installing an elevator or lift in a residence. Navigating stairs can be difficult or impossible, but with a home elevator, the stairs can become a non-issue. But at Nationwide Lifts, we understand that space can be an important consideration before proceeding with this installation. Some homes simply lack the space needed to install a large elevator. With this limitation in mind, we have designed elevators and lifts in all different sizes and configurations to fit any space. Let us assist you with information about residential elevators: Dimensions are usually customizable to fit many different spaces.

Traditional cable or hydraulic elevators are certainly good options for a residential elevator. These elevators offer quiet operation and a smooth ride. We have a number of finishes available, and many homeowners find exactly what they want with these traditional elevators. Capacities vary, but the most heavy-duty model can accommodate up to 1,400 pounds. Sizes also vary, depending on the model. Standard sizes range from as small as 36 inches by 48 inches to as large as 40 inches by 54 inches. Custom sizing is also available for an elevator as large as 18 square feet.

A shaft-less elevator can be an ideal option for a home with more space limitations. With a shaft-less design, this elevator has an amazingly small footprint, making it easy to fit it into virtually any home. The cost is often low with this type of installation due to the minimal site preparation involved. Sizing options are available depending on whether the elevator needs to transport just people or a wheelchair. Capacities range from 375 to 485 pounds.

Our Freedom Green models deliver efficiency in not only space but energy consumption too. This green elevator doesn’t need a machine room, just a shallow pit. This model is designed for complete efficiency. It takes up as little space as possible and includes eco-friendly features. The walls are made with recycled wood, it doesn’t use hazardous hydraulic oil, and it uses 50% less energy than conventional elevators.

A pneumatic elevator is also ideal for fitting into small spaces. The sleek cab features a circular design that often installs easily into a small niche, such as tucked into a wrap-around staircase. The smallest pneumatic elevator has a diameter of 30 inches with an interior diameter of 20 inches. Larger elevators have an interior diameter of 32 to 43 inches, enabling them to accommodate more than one person or a wheelchair.

If the purpose of the elevator is to transport a wheelchair, you may want to consider a wheelchair lift instead to save space. A vertical lift travels along a guide rail over the stairs and takes up very little space outside of the stairway. Most of these models fold away when not in use. For those who want to save space, its best to opt for a vertical lift instead of a typical wheelchair lift, which requires the installation of an elevator shaft.

Homes with more space might accommodate a glass cable elevator. A glass elevator also fits ideally into upscale homes. Riding in a round polycarbonate-paneled cab, occupants of the elevator have a full view of all of their surroundings while they move up or down in the home. The interior diameter of this cab is 51 inches, enabling you to use it for multiple people or a wheelchair.

Residential Elevator Maintenance Following In-Home Elevator Installation

Regular maintenance is the key to a safe elevator. After installing a residential elevator, we are ready to assist you with regular maintenance to keep the unit running safely and efficiently. Periodic maintenance will keep electrical and mechanical components operating correctly. If repairs are necessary, we can assist with immediate service. You can contact us any time for more information about our maintenance and repair services, but there are also a few things you can do on your own to ensure proper upkeep of your elevator and to determine when it’s time to call a professional for maintenance. Performing your own elevator inspections will allow you to catch any problems before they become worse, which will allow you to prolong the life of your elevator overall. You’ll want to check the inside and outside of the car for any damage or dead lights. You’ll also want to take note of whether the doors are opening and closing smoothly. Apart from the car, if you have a machine room, you’ll want to take a look at it regularly. Look out for debris, leaking or low oil levels, unusual vibrations, or wear and tear.

Order In-Home Elevators Online Today

Nationwide Lifts can assist customers anywhere in North America either by phone or online. Request a free catalog to learn more about home elevator costs: Our 26-page color catalog contains all of the specifications and photos you need to find the perfect option from among our residential elevators. Prices are available online: We’d be happy to provide a free quote for the products you’re interested in. If you’re not quite sure what you need, call and speak with a sales representative before making a purchase. Our staff has the expertise necessary to assist you with the selection process and would be happy to help you choose the best unit to serve your needs. Stop wondering, “How much does a residential elevator cost?” If you’re interested in home elevators, prices shouldn’t stop you from getting the equipment you need. Contact us today!

The Value of Home Elevator Modernization

You can't put a price on safety. The elevator modernization process consists of modifications that ensure that an elevator is up to code, including safety codes. As elevators age, parts can wear out and need to be replaced, or new developments can be made to improve safety and function with regular elevator maintenance. Elevator modernization services can also modify your elevator to meet ADA standards that define the specifications of accessible elevators for the disabled. If your home needs to accommodate a wheelchair, it's essential that your elevator can meet these standards to ensure safe and proper transportation of wheelchair-using residents and guests. Modernization can make the cab space larger, make sure controls are reachable, and ensure that the flooring won't impede wheelchairs. Elevator modernization can be essential to ensure that your elevator is both safe and accessible to all.

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