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Ups and Downs of Home Elevators

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Home Elevator Design Types

Are you considering building a two or three story home? Sater Design has many beautiful two and three story house plans available and you can check them out by going to our Home Plan Search page. We also have a plan category listing all house plans that include an elevator in the design. However, we can usually modify any of our plans to incorporate elevators on request.
 
Whether you already own a multi-story home or are planning to build one, have you considered installing an elevator? Believe it or not, more and more people are doing just that. By equipping your home with a private residential elevator, you will increase your quality of life and your homes functionality. Once thought to be a high-end amenity, residential elevators are now finding their way into your everyday homes.  As we get older, stairs can become harder and sometimes even impossible to navigate. Who likes carrying bags of groceries up the stairs and who knows when the time will come that you may need a wheelchair or crutches, even if it’s just temporary. Even if you aren’t planning to be in your house long term, having an elevator is a great selling point to potential buyers of multi-level homes. They are relatively easy to incorporate into a home plan as many do not require a separate equipment room and are self contained units. The two major equipment options are hydraulic and chain driven systems depending on your particular needs.
 
Residential Elevators has been in the business of manufacturing and installing home elevators for over 27 years. Their attention to detail and unmatched quality have made them the number one home elevator company in the United States. There are many options for your custom home elevator, and they are surprisingly affordable. There are beautiful wood finishes for your cab’s interior to choose from too, like Cherry, Mahogany, Maple, Oak, and many more. With so many configurations and options available, you are sure to be able to find the perfect style to suit your needs.
 
Please visit Residential Elevator’s website to see all of the options available to you. They also have stair lifts and their newest invention, the “Attic Lift” is the ultimate solution to your attic storage problems. You need only press a switch on the hand-held remote to transport heavy loads to or from your attic.

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