Residential Lift FAQs
A two-storey residential lift usually costs between $35,000 and $65,000 (excluding building works and other external factors).
Yes, we can retrofit a residential lift to any home. We are able to engineer certified metal lift shafts to suit all homes.
Our residential lifts are capable of 12m of travel. This is generally five or six ‘stops.’
A residential lift takes about 2-4 weeks to install.
The best thing to do is get us to come out and have a look. With our skills and experience, we can find the right spot in regard to ease of use and affordability.
Yes, there are certain cabin sizes and door openings that should be considered as a minimum to cater for wheelchair access in the home.
Commercial Lift FAQs
Yes, our commercial lifts are fully DDA compliant.
Yes, our commercial lifts are designed and registered with Worksafe Australia.
Our commercial lifts are ‘low rise’, meaning they can go up to 12m.
Once manufactured, our commercial lifts take approximately 2-4 weeks to install.
For a residential lift, we recommend at least once per year. For commercial lifts which receive higher use, we recommend 2-4 times per year.
We take the hassle out of maintaining your residential or commercial lift by reminding you when your next Service & Safety Audit is due.
Given the uniqueness of our quality products, we recommend utilising our Service Technicians as they possess a deep knowledge of your specific lift.
A residential lift service generally costs between $400-$600. Due to the many variables associated with commercial lifts, we can provide a price on application.
Adhere to the minimum service requirements and familiarise yourself with the user instruction manual which will be given to you at handover. Should you ever require another manual, we are more than happy to give you a second copy.