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Information on lifts/elevators for a home.

MikeBroderick Community member Posts: 235 Pioneering
Hi. A relative of mine needs a 1 or 2 person lift installed in their house. (A stair lift won't be suitable.) 

Has anyone here had one installed, and can you provide any names of reputable companies to contact, or any tips on what we need to know.



  • wiltslass
    wiltslass Community member Posts: 1 Listener
    Hi sorry I have only just come across your post. I have a through the floor lift from Stilz. I sm in my second year with it and it has made such a difference to the way I can get about my home. I found the company to be so knowledgeable and helpful. It was installed very quickly with minimum intrusion. I thoroughly recommend this company.


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