In light of the growing popularity with residential elevators and lifts and some of the growing issues we have observed, we thought it would be a great resource for architects, builders and project managers who are increasingly being asked by their clients to supply this type of equipment. More and more clients are aging-in-place or looking to bring more accessibility into their home. With over 30 years experience dealing with residential elevators, we can offer invaluable insights into what a successful installation looks like. In future issues of this e-newsletter, you can count on insightful articles dealing with industry developments, code-related changes, project management and other relevant topics. We also want this to be a resource platform for you as you consider the many options available today in regards to residential elevators and lifts. We serve all of RI, Eastern MA and Southern CT.
Home Healthsmith partners with the best in the business to deliver premier home elevator and lift products.
Inclinator Company of America - www.inclinator.com. As in any industry, the longevity of the company is a barometer for customer service, product quality and commitment. Inclinator has been in the business under the same family ownership since 1923 and is based out of Harrisburg, PA.
"Home Healthsmith is one of our most valuable dealer-partners in the Northeast"
says Bill Stratton, President & CEO of Inclinator Company of America.
"We are proud to work with Home Healthsmith as they represent our elevator and lift products in the region. Bill and Linda have a dedication to customer satisfaction with a great team behind them."
Answer: Typically an unfinished hoist way of 5' x 5' is large enough for practically any home elevator. Home Healthsmith will provide information explaining all of the space requirements. Many manufacturers provide Planning Guides that are perfect for architects and builders to review in preparation for elevator installation.
Keep in mind that most elevator companies have minimum cab sizes that are larger than what is practical for the homeowner. There are times when a homeowner who has limited space will need a smaller elevator. Inclinator's space-saving monorail design allows for smaller elevator cabs, due to the smaller dimensions of their elevator bases.
We are available to conduct an in home assessment to determine the feasibility and cost of a proposed installation. Click here to start the conversation and quote process now.