We have chosen the most respected home lift partner to make sure you get the best advice and guidance you need for this specialist product. For more than 50 years Terry Lifts have been the trusted name in disabled lifts for the home. They are the founder members of LEIA – (Lifts & Escalator Industry Association). Quality Assured to ISO 9001 and members of BHTA – (British Health Trades Association).
What happens if a stairlift is not right for me?
Sometimes a stairlift may not be the best solution for you. If you have a condition that could deteriorate you should consider what the best long-term solution will be to meet your needs. For example, it maybe that if you have a progressive neurological conditions such as ‘Motor Neurone Disease’ it may be worth considering a ‘Home Lift’ to future proof the home even if you can transfer from your wheelchair to stairlift at this present time.
Home Lifts & Domestic Wheelchair Elevators
Like a stairlift, a home lift or ‘through the floor lift’ can allow you independence and safety in the home you love. Your home is your sanctuary, it is where you should feel safest and most comfortable. It is probably full of your fondest memories. We believe that no matter what your mobility issues, you are entitled to enjoy the freedom of all your home.
Our new compact home and wheelchair lifts take up minimal space, so it is much easier to find one that will fit your home.
We use Terry Lifts
For more than 50 years Terry Lifts have been the trusted name in disabled lifts for the home. They are the founder members of LEIA – (Lifts & Escalator Industry Association). Quality Assured to ISO 9001 and members of BHTA – (British Health Trades Association).
Their products are manufactured to the highest of standards, providing fire and smoke protection and fulfilling the requirements of BS5900:2012 fully or where applicable depending on the product.
Home Lift FAQs
Are they quiet?
When the rest of the house is sleeping, you do not want to wake everyone up. Our lifts are whisper quiet and glide gently between floors. Our new compact home and wheelchair lifts take up minimal space, so it is much easier to find one that will fit your home.
Are they safe for little ones?
Home lifts have a very important function for disabled people, but that does not stop little ones seeing them as a brilliant source of entertainment. So whilst you can take them for a ride in your lift whenever you like, you can also keep it locked with the use of a simple handheld remote control when you are not around, so everyone stays safe.
Is it easy to use?
Of course, all our in-home elevators and lifts are simple to use, and our through the floor range have the option of wireless remote controls to call the lift to you, so there is no need to stand and wait for it.
Can two people fit in them?
You and your wheelchair and partner can fit in your home lift, they can come in a variety of sizes.
How long will take to install my home lift?
Usually, we are done in 2 days. More complex projects can take up to 5 days. You will not usually need to move out while we are working, we will clean up after ourselves and show you how to use your new home lift before we leave you.
Before every installation we will complete a survey to make sure that a domestic disabled lift is suitable for your home. Occasionally, we may need to carry out some additional building or strengthening work. If that is the case in your home, we will let you know what is required, how much it will cost and how long it will take.