Adding a lift to your home can improve your overall quality of life, allowing for effortless travel between floors for everyone – young or old. Even if you don’t need a lift at this point in your life, aging is inevitable for most of us, and eventually you probably will. They can also be helpful if you suffer an injury, struggle with chronic pain, fall ill or are wheelchair-bound.
As well as age-proofing your home, for now or the future, they also add property value to your home. Bear in mind, though, that as with any new addition to your home, there are a few things to consider before investing in a new lift.
Type of lift
Stair and home lifts are two common types of lifts installed in multi-floor homes. Stair lifts work by transporting you upstairs in a seated position, diagonally. They are connected to remotes which allow