For people with mobility issues, a disabled lift (also called a wheelchair lift, disability lift, or disabled access lift) can provide the accessibility and autonomy needed to fully enjoy their home without costly renovations. They provide an alternative to stairs and ramps, giving access to all floors in a multilevel house or apartment.
There are several options when it comes to choosing which disabled lift to install – home lifts and stair lifts. While home lifts are designed for wheelchair access, stair lifts are not. Home lifts also provide accessibility to those with any kind of limited mobility as well as aiding in daily tasks such as transporting a heavy load of groceries up to the kitchen.
In fact, many people without mobility difficulties choose to install home lifts for elderly relatives or friends with mobility issues who might pop by for a visit. And some choose to install disabled lifts simply to future-proof their home for all the unforeseen occurrences that life might throw their way: mobility issues as they age, temporary injuries, housing elderly families, etc.
The versatility of a platform lift also makes it the perfect disabled lift for multigenerational homes, giving grandparents full access to the house with safety sensors and child locks to keep the little ones out of harm’s way.
The simple yet chic Scandinavian design makes an Aritco home lift a versatile and stylish addition to any home.