Imagine the ease with which you can access all the floors in your home when you have a residential elevator. Go from the basement or garage to the first floor to the top floor swiftly and quietly. A home elevator is a convenience everyone would get if they could. Why should you get a home elevator?
1. Residential elevators let you remain in your home for longer.
Most homeowners install elevators because of a mobility issue. Whether you have a chronic or progressive medical condition, a home elevator can make your life infinitely easier.
For many of our customers, residential elevators are preferable to wheelchair lifts on stairways. One reason is because if you live with others, you don’t have to worry about the space that a wheelchair lift takes up. Home elevators are also much more attractive than wheelchair lifts, and they’re useful to everyone.
While a small home elevators are an investment, in many ways, they can save homeowners money. Regardless of your age or why you have a mobility issue, a home without an elevator may be unnavigable. Without a home elevator, your only option may be to move from your home to a handicapped-accessible apartment or an assisted living facility. Either of these options is infinitely more expensive than living at home — and less preferable as well. Stay in your own home and save money by installing an affordable home elevator.
2. A residential elevator makes your home more attractive to buyers.
While most home shoppers probably don’t have residential elevator on their list of needs and wants, they are only too happy to find a home that already has an elevator. Stylish glass and wood elevators especially add value to homes.
When you sell your home, you’ll recoup some of the money you spent installing a residential elevator.
3. The convenience of a home elevator can’t be beat.
Allocating space inside your home for an elevator can be challenging in a small space, but A+ Elevators & Lifts can build your residential elevator on the exterior of your home. We can show you options for areas to locate your elevator, depending upon whether you want to feature it as a focal point or place it unobtrusively in the back.
A small home elevator takes up less space than you may think, so if you prefer to have your elevator next to your stairs or in another area inside your home, our home elevator installers can show you options for that as well.
Contact us today for more information about residential elevators. We provide home elevator installation for customers in: