Wheelchair lifts are designed to assist with disability access where space limitation and/or height requirements make wheelchair ramps prohibitive. Vertical platform lifts provide access to docks, porches and other elevated surfaces. Built to withstand the elements and simple to operate, platform chair lifts offer extended independent living options to accessibility outside the home.
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Bruno Residential Vertical Platform Lift
Sometimes called a porch lift, this residential lift provides easy access to raised deck, porch, or even floor to floor access inside your home. The Vertical Platform Lift offers a safe and reliable service that reflects the unit's simplicity of design and operation.
MAC’s Wheelchair Vertical Lift
Complete Access also works with MAC’s Lift Gate, Inc. to provide a reliable solution to entry issues. This vertical chair lift is engineered to safely carry up to ¼-ton, or 600 pounds. We are able to install it quickly and it will be virtually maintenance-free for you to maintain at your home. We’ll be out of your way, and you will have a way to access your home easier than ever.
When people believe that they need a ramp, they think that ramps are inexpensive and able to reach any height. The reality is that for every inch of height, you need one foot of ramp. This works out to one seven-foot ramp for every average step. If you have four steps, you need a ramp that’s 28' long. At an average cost of $300.00 per foot for a wooden or concrete ramp, that works out to about to $8,400.00. There is a less expensive solution that takes up much less space: a vertical wheelchair lift. A lift takes up a space of about 5'x5' and can handle 50" of rise for less cost. Wheelchair lifts can go as high as 14 feet and can be installed like an elevator.