Home Lift allow people to save valuable time that would otherwise be spent climbing stairs, especially in multilevel homes. Besides providing people with vertical transportation, mobility devices that come with good load capacity are an ideal when you want to transport goods, furniture, groceries, laundry and other heavy objects from one floor to another.
For safe and reliable operation, home wheel chair lifts are equipped with advanced safety features such as antiskid flooring, grab rails, obstruction sensor, cable safety device, alarm button, emergency stop switch and manual lowering device.
The electric home lift system comes with swivel seat locks at 45 and 90 degrees; wireless remote controls; soft start and stop technology; foldable rails to eliminate trip hazards; padded armrest; seat belts; concealed power cable, gear rack and safety brakes.
Wheelchair lifts provide the physically disabled easy access to different areas in their home or place of business. The operations of these lifts are simple and customizable to suit your specific needs. The lowering, raising, folding and unfolding can be done automatically with the help of a switch. Hydraulic lifts work even during power failure, but are difficult to maintain. But the electric lifts are easy to maintain and come with battery back-up to function uninterruptedly during power failures.
They are flexible and can be easily installed inside or outside your home. With a wheelchair lift, the individual just has to pull his wheelchair to the lift platform and can automatically be lifted upward or downward with the help of switches. Portable wheelchair lifts, platform lifts and stair glides are the most widely used home lift. These lifts can also be easily fitted into automobiles.