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Choosing a Place for Your Home Elevator Installation

Choosing a Place for Your Home Elevator Installation

Home elevators provide assistance to those with limited mobility, create ease of access between floors, and serve as a design element to enhance the beauty of the home. Whether your home elevator installation is for new or existing construction, you should identify the optimum location for the elevator in consultation with an architect, builder and elevator contractor. As you look for the best place to install a home elevator, here are a few factors to consider.

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Budgeting for Your Home Elevator

Planning Your Home Elevator Cost

When estimating your home elevator cost, there are a number of factors to consider and cost can vary significantly based on choices you make along the way. A search on the internet can provide costs anywhere from $18,000 to $100,000, so how are you to even begin to understand what your home elevator might cost?

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Aging in Place: Living out Your Years in Your Desired Place of Residence

Symmetry Vertical Platform Lift to Age In Place

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines aging in place as “the ability to live in one’s own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income, or ability level.” According to The National Aging in Place Council, the idea of aging in place has gained popularity in recent years and many Americans are choosing to stay in their homes as long as they can.

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Planning Your Personal Elevator

Symmetry Personal Elevator for the Home

In recent years, personal elevators have gained popularity. Residential elevators can ensure access to all levels of the home and provide a more convenient means to transport heavy or awkward loads. They can be designed as a focal point of the home or to fit with your existing décor. Home elevators can easily be included in the plans for any new house, or may be retrofit into an existing location. Plans can also be made for future installation of an elevator, while fully utilizing proposed floor space.

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