Wheelchair elevators are designed to carry a wheelchair and its handicapped occupant between floors therefore allow the user full access to their whole house and no longer preventing the access to upper floors.
However, quite often existing structures would not have sufficient space to allow for a wheelchair elevator and also, short floors with modest vertical rise may possibly prevent the feasibility of elevator installation.
Wheelchair elevators may either work from electrical wiring systems or perhaps a hydraulic style. No matter which wheelchair elevator is decided on it ought to always include a battery power back-up procedure to ensure the elevators works even if the power is out.
A wheelchair elevator could very well be much more realistic and inexpensive to use in your house than it might seem and even though the price of a wheelchair elevator can be higher than other option, they are really a worthwhile investment.
Installing a residential wheelchair elevator is a complex matter and should be examined carefully by professional installers.
Independent Living Solutions professionals have the knowledge and experience to provide you with an expert unbiased advice so you can find out if wheelchair elevator is the right solution for you and your loved ones.