The Freedom to Move

Whether you’re planning for the future or struggle with stairs, both of our Homelift models are manufactured to the highest safety standards, designed to be easily installed and are a stylish solution for your mobility needs.

Live an uncompromised lifestyle.

Modern Style Meets Versatility

Our Homelifts feature modern details and finishes allowing it to blend in with your home décor. Unlike a stairlift, if you’re in a wheelchair, need to move luggage, or want the lift hidden when not in use, a Homelift can do it all.

*Handrail control is only available as an upgrade. Homelift travels at 16 feet per minute.

The Cambridge Elevating Advantage

Quick Installation

Homelift installations only take 2 days after the general preparatory work has been completed.

Smart PartnerShips

We've partnered with a team of renovation experts to provide you with a complete solution from start to finish.


A worry-free service and warranty plan is available to ensure safe performance for the duration of your ownership.

financing available

We offer affordable financing so you can spread your payments out over time.

Will it Fit in My Home?

The Homelift is designed to fit in 99% of homes. Contact us today for an in-home consultation to assess your options for a personal home elevator.

Designed To Meet Your Needs

Contact us to learn what options are available to customize your Homelift Plus to meet your needs.


One person, two person, and wheelchair accessible designs are available to suit your requirements.


Each of our designs offers the option to add a seat for your ultimate convenience and overall comfort.


Homelift Canada can colour match a range of RAL colour choices for your lift to complement your decor.

in-cab phone

Safety is always first, and therefore we have the option to include an in cab phone connected to your own line.

News & Articles

Tax Credits & Insentives

Home Accessibility Tax Credit

In 2016, a new non-refundable Home Accessibility Tax Credit (HATC) was introduced for qualifying expenses incurred for renovations (including both work performed and goods required)

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