home elevators certifications

Home Elevators Certification, Safety & Confidence

Elevating devices in Ontario are monitored by the Technical Safety Standards Authority who ensure products comply with Canadian Standards Authority Code B44.1.

Although there is no formal mechanism in place requiring local building authorities to carry out inspections of residential elevators, it is crucial that Homelifts are manufactured to meet this regulation for the safety of all home residents and lift users. With increasing concern for resident safety, many building departments are now asking for this documentation as part of the building permit process.

Because Cambridge Elevating prioritises safety above all else, the Homelift meets the B44.1 code.

This mark ensures that the necessary engineering has been employed and inspections have been carried out to ensure the utmost safety of your Homelift before it is installed in your home and once it is in place.

CSA B44.1 compliance ensures that all safety circuits and associated circuitry parts have been designed and tested for the lift to operate in complete safety.

Knowing that the product that you are installing in your home has met national standards will give you peace of mind in addition to protecting your home by meeting the terms of your homeowner’s insurance policy by providing your insurance company with the necessary documents to ensure you are covered, whatever happens.

At Cambridge Elevating, we are strong advocates for a safe industry. As a manufacturer and direct installation company, you can be confident that we follow all the necessary guidelines and codes, and practice strong business ethics as our promise to you.

Cambridge Elevating is a long standing member of the Canadian Elevator Contractors Association (CECA) and the Accessibility Equipment Manufacturers Association (AEMA). We strongly advocate for a safe and progressive accessibility industry.

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