Stiltz Residential Home Elevators in Southern California

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Stiltz Home Elevator Installation in Southern California


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Do you think a home elevator would make your life safer and more accessible, but you’re afraid you don’t have the space in your house in southern California, or the budget to install one?

You’d be surprised at how little they actually cost, and even more pleased when you see the limited amount of room they require.

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The Benefits of Home Elevators and Wheelchair Lifts

As we age, many of us have mobility challenges that make it difficult to safely and easily go up and down stairs in our home on a daily basis.

Falls are certainly a risk for seniors, especially for those with age-related disabilities. But simply walking up and down stairs can also become an exhausting routine for those without a disability.

Stairs become even more inconvenient when trying to carry laundry to other floors or handling luggage before and after traveling.

The most common way to overcome the inconvenience of stairs is by installing a stair lift. But over time, as we age further or a disability progresses, a wheelchair becomes necessary and a stair lift tends to lose its value.

It’s still possible to use the stair lift, but it now requires two wheelchairs – one for each floor – and necessitates the need to do a wheelchair transfer to and from the stair lift on both the top and bottom floors.

For people who want to age in place in their own home, it makes more sense to consider home elevators instead of stair lifts because they better accommodate the needs of aging adults for almost the same price.

With home elevators, there is no need to buy separate wheelchairs for each floor, or to make two transfers back and forth to the stair lift on each floor.

It’s also safer and more enjoyable to ride up and down stairs than walk, particularly when carrying laundry or other items.

As an added a bonus, a home elevator will also increase the value of your home, and it won’t need to be removed like a stair lift when it’s time to sell the house.

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Residential Elevators – How Much Space Will I Need?

The biggest misconception most homeowners have about residential elevators, besides the cost, is the amount of space needed to install them in the home.

Historically, a house elevator required a large enough space to install the shaft that would contain the cab or car. Those that require a shaft need to have strong foundation walls as well as floor and ceiling supports.

That all changed with the unique design and construction of the Stiltz Elevator, that has been popular in Europe for years, and has recently gained popularity here in the United States.

Stiltz designs and manufactures small elevators for homes that do not require supporting walls, and because the footprint is so small, they can be installed in almost any room in the home, including bathrooms.

Small Elevators for Homes

Two different models run off standard house power, are extremely quiet and smooth, and can be outfitted with a variety of features that best suit your needs.

Because there is no need to build a shaft or other support structures, the installation is much quicker than standard elevators, and the cost is much more affordable, often times similar to the cost of a stair lift.

Stiltz Duo Home Lift for Two People

The Stiltz Duo Home Lift has room for two people and takes up only a small space in the home, but offers the full benefits of a home elevator for much less cost.

This lift is very quiet, extremely attractive, has a smooth ride, and is easy to operate.

The best part is the quick installation time in as little as 3 days, with minimal distraction to your regular routine during the install process.

It is offered in the Classic Model, or the Vista, which has a clear body to allow natural light to flow through. A third version, the Stiltz Duo Thru Car, opens on either side to allow for entry and exit from two different places.

This is the simplest and most affordable way to travel up and down stairs and even allows for easy transport of groceries, luggage, laundry, pets, or a vacuum cleaner.

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Stiltz Duo Home Elevator

Stiltz Duo Features and Specifications

  • Single entry or double entry (with thru car option)
  • Full or half height door
  • Two call and send wireless remote controls
  • Maximum speed is 6-inches per second
  • Maximum load is 375 lbs.
  • Lighting – 4 x 3w LED downlights
  • Full-height light curtain and motion sensor (full door)
  • Warranty is two years on parts
  • Sensors available for balance and overload
  • Power supply – 220 – 240v AC | 5 Amps – will work off 110v with step-up transformer

Stiltz Trio Home Lift for Three People or a Wheelchair

The Stiltz Trio Home Lift comes equipped with all the same features as the Duo, but it is roomier with more space, and can accommodate up to three people, or a standard-size wheelchair.

It offers the same easy to use controls and smooth running operation that makes owning a Stiltz home elevator lift a pleasurable experience.

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Stiltz Trio Residential Elevator

Stiltz Trio Features and Specifications

  • Single entry or double entry (with thru car option)
  • Full or half height door
  • Two call and send wireless remote controls
  • Maximum speed is 6-inches per second
  • Maximum load is 485 lbs.
  • Lighting – 4 x 3w LED downlights
  • Full-height light curtain and motion sensor (full door)
  • Warranty is two years on parts
  • Sensors available for balance and overload
  • Power supply – 220 – 240v AC | 5 Amps – will work off 110v with step-up transformer

Stiltz Lifts USA

Accessible Construction is honored to be working with Stiltz Lifts USA, and their industry-leading line of residential home elevators.

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Not only does Stiltz manufacture and supply an exceptional lift product, their management, sales, and support staff is second to none.

The company’s products have been popular in Europe for years and we’re excited to be able to work with them and offer the first lift of its kind here in southern California now too.

If you’re ready to add the beauty and functionality of a Stiltz residential lift elevator to your home, give us a call today.

Contact us toll-free at (866) 902-9800 for more details about how a Residential Elevator will make your home safer and more accessible.

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