Elevator sales, installation & repairs in New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine.
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
Home Elevators to Benefit Seniors in New England
Affordable in-home elevator solutions in New Hampshire and Maine
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.
Residential elevator experts in the New England area.
Having a residential elevator installed can cost less than you’d expect!
If you’re thinking of building a new, 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.