Symmetry Residential Elevators
While home elevators have been seen as a luxury item in the past, today they are much more of a necessity. With our aging population the use of a home elevator for mobility is now the norm in multi-level construction. The home elevator can provide a safe and convenient way to get between floors.
Whether you’re looking at new construction or retrofitting an existing home, you’re looking for craftsmanship and long-term quality. Symmetry elevators can provide both. All our residential elevators are custom-built, designed and made in America.
Symmetry Residential Elevator Drive Systems
Symmetry’s only machine room-less elevator system. The inline gear drive does not require a machine room – saving you space and money.
Our hydraulic home elevator system is known for its quality, safety and quiet ride. It has more standard features than any home elevator on the market today.
The Symmetry winding drum elevator system utilizes heavy duty aircraft cables attached to a rotating drum.
Designed for Beauty and Function
Symmetry elevators are designed to be a beautiful, functional part of any home – and if you’d like, they can be designed to fit almost anywhere. Make yours a focal point, or incorporate it into the overall design of your home.
The freedom and mobility you gain with a residential elevator means you no longer have to worry about yourself or your loved ones taking the staircase.
More on Home Elevators
As the holidays approach, you are probably already caught up in the hustle and bustle, working through details to gather your family and friends. Once the guest list has been finalized and the menu created, you can begin preparing your home for visitors. Your elevator provides an added convenience for your guests and there are a few things you can do to ensure it is ready for the holiday traffic.
Whether you use performance, prescriptive, or proprietary specifications, the quality of the elevator specification will directly affect the quality of the application. Small mistakes in the spec can relate to costly challenges in the building process. When writing a specification for conveying equipment, it is advisable to contact an expert.
There are several things you need to understand when considering the purchase of a residential elevator. If you are reading this, then you already have a reason to install an elevator in mind. So what do you need to know to make the best choices moving forward? There are a few key items to consider when designing your elevator.
If you are considering the addition of a home elevator, you may wonder how the installation process works. Whether new construction or renovation, your construction team will focus on these four main parts during the installation of a residential elevator: the hoistway, the machine room, the structure and the elevator car.
If you are considering a home elevator, it is important that you know how to respond to all circumstances. While it is not a common occurrence, a home power outage creates a situation where a specific course of action is required. If you are in the home and the power goes out, you should not attempt to use the elevator. If you are already on the elevator and the power goes out, there are a few steps you should take.
Floods and hurricanes are often forecast well in advance giving people in the affected area time to prepare. If you have an elevator in your home, there are a few easy steps you can follow to ensure you are prepared for a weather emergency and for evacuation. If you do not have time to implement this shut down procedure, STOP AND LEAVE! Elevators can be fixed or replaced, you and/or your family can not.