Home Elevators Installed in Your New England Residence
Elevator sales, installation & repairs in NH, VT, ME.
These days, more and more homeowners are installing residential elevators when they build new homes or renovate older ones. The reasons for installing an elevator are numerous, and they range from convenience for disability access, to improved market value.
Invest in long-term livability
Affordable improvement for new construction
Increase basement or upstairs access
Create flexible living options
Improve your home’s market value
Attract home buyers long-ter
Home Elevators to Benefit Seniors in New England
Affordable in-home elevator solutions in NH & ME
Are you or a loved one reaching the age where it’s getting difficult to move around? Residential home elevators offer an affordable solution. Gone are the days where the only option is moving into a single level house or apartment. With home elevators, seniors can get around the house with comfort and ease.
Improve quality of life with a residential elevator
Residential home elevators offer a better living solution for families who would prefer to invite an aging parent into their single-family home. While it can be costly to build an in-law apartment, installing a residential home elevator is an affordable solution for creating access to any floor of the house.
Increase Your Resale Value With a Home Elevator
It’s no secret that installing a home elevator adds value and marketability to your house! As a greater portion of the population reaches retirement age, residential elevators are growing in popularity. In one poll, over 94,000 homeowners found home elevators to be an essential amenity!
According to the 2010 Census, 25% of the total US population is between the ages 45-64, and this age group makes 60% of all existing home purchases annually.
What does this mean? It means that more and more families will be looking to buy homes that will allow them to “age in place.” With an in-house elevator, your home not only has a greater resale value, but it’s more marketable and attractive to more buyers!
Gain Whole-House Accessibility With an Elevator
Residential elevators offer superior convenience
Whether it's the multiple trips up and down the stairs with laundry, furniture, kids, seasonal items, or groceries, you'll find a residential home elevator makes day-to-day living easier.
Home elevators provide multi-level accessibility, and they also make your home more “visitable.” In the home design industry, this simply means your home provides easy, comfortable access for visitors as well as residents. Visitability ensures that friends and relatives with mobility issues will never be prevented from attending holiday gatherings and other special occasions!
Affordable Home Elevator Installation in NH, VT, ME
Residential elevator experts in the New England area.
Having a residential elevator installed can cost less than you’d expect! If
of building a new, you’re thinking
single-story home, ask your builder to quote the difference between a single-story home and a multi-level home with a residential elevator. You may be surprised by the bottom line, and it may lead to other, possibly better, building options!
Our elevator specialists at All-Ways Accessible can show you a range of options and help you choose an elevator that will blend in with your
home's décor while still remaining an affordable amenity that you will cherish for a lifetime.
All-Ways Accessible sells, installs and services Residential Elevators throughout New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont.
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Compact Elevator Installation in New England
Residential home elevator installation in NH, VT, ME.
When it comes to home elevators, there are all kinds of stylish, subtle, and compact options available. At All-Ways Accessible, we work within your tastes and style to choose the model and design that work best in your home.
Stiltz Lift Residential Elevators
Single-person home elevators, installed in NH, VT, and ME
The Stiltz Home Lift is a compact residential elevator designed to fit into your existing home. Its sleek, innovative features allow it to be installed in places where other home elevator products just won't fit. Unlike a Stairlift, you can choose where to put the Stiltz in your home.
Check out this video to see the Stiltz in action.
What are the benefits of a Stiltz Lift?
Versatile. No need for a supporting wall. The Stiltz can be installed in most places around the home.
Quick Installation. All install work can be completed in as little as two days.
Compact. The elevator’s footprint is less than 7 square feet.
Quiet operation. The elevator runs smooth and silent.
Efficient. Very low power consumption, with just a regular 110v outlet needed.
Standard Retrofit Void Application Closet to Closet Through Car
Standard Retrofitted Elevator
The basic retrofit is the most common scenario, and is also why the product was conceived. Put simply, wherever the footprint of a Stiltz Lift can fit, it can be installed. It’s self-contained and does not need additional space for hydraulics. All that is required is the cutting and trimming of the appropriate aperture.
This is a unique offering of a Stiltz Lift. Due to the self-supporting rail structure, a Stiltz Lift is capable of being effectively free standing. With just enough room inside a turning stairwell, this application uses the dead space in the void to snugly fit a home lift.
Closet to Closet Installation
This application is another favorite with Stiltz clients. The small footprint and self-contained drive unit of a Stiltz Lift actually allows the lift to be completely fitted in a closet on both floors.
The through-car, or double-entry lift, is where a Stiltz Lift adds another dimension. This model is the reason why we say we can fit a lift anywhere! From time to time, the situation arises where a lift requires two entrances.
Low Ceiling Elevator Installation
A common question we get asked when folks consider this lift is whether it meets the required ceiling height downstairs and upstairs. The electric panel sits above the front of the cab, so it's ideal to have 8 feet downstairs to allow easy removal of the cover panel and give unhindered access to the electronics. Upstairs, a standard height cab requires 93 inches. However, if you have a low ceiling we can make the cab up to 6" shorter than standard, allowing you to fit the lift in more unique places.
Professional Compact Elevator Installers in NH, VT, & ME
Our elevator specialists can answer any of your questions, and are happy to meet your individual needs.