An elevator is the ultimate access improvement to any residence or business. A well-made elevator is useful, attractive, and a great investment too.
Choosing an elevator for a residence or business is not something an ordinary person does every day – but it is exactly what we do every day. So, once you have decided to purchase one, let us help you through the detailed process of making your selection. We work nationwide with individuals as well as architects, builders and contractors, on custom design and installations in new or existing structures.
We recommend and install top quality Domuslift elevators.
The Domuslift elevators are a line of top quality residential elevators offering convenience, luxury and accessibility in many different environments.
Domuslift home elevators rely on quality manufacturing processes which provide an innovative and safe residential elevator with smooth ride and unparalleled reliability.
Easy installation is guaranteed in new and existing homes. The rich selection of panoramic cabs, wood veneer, crystal and other first-class finishes provides luxury appearance suiting any décor.
DomusLift means home elevator design at its best, with superior quality and reliable performance. These residential elevators are the best choice for architects, home owners and design professionals; they can be customized in size and style and are certified at the highest safety standards. Choose the prestige of an Italian brand which blends luxury style with an extraordinary user experience
one of the most advanced and reliable brands in residential elevators today.
We are beginning to see a trend in which many individuals and builders allot space in the floor plan for a wheelchair elevator. Doing so up front creates cost savings and provides a great future option while reducing remodeling headaches down the road. Often the shaft is simply incorporated into the structure and used as a storage area until the equipment is added at a later date. This creates a very beneficial selling point for the home, not to mention providing for any future accessibility needs of the homeowner.