Home Elevator Prices
A guide to Homelift Prices
When considering installing a homelift, a significant consideration is the price. However, a residential homelift is often more affordable and involves far less building work than people expect due to the mechanisms involved. Rather than requiring a shaft and pit, an entire section to be built onto or cut out of a house and lots of noisy machinery, all a homelift needs is a bit of space, and it can be installed in almost any room in the house.
But what influences the price of a homelift?
How Much Does a Home Elevator Cost?
A home elevator costs, on average, between $25,000 and $35,000, depending on the number of floors served, the size and type of elevator, and the features desired.
What Determines the Cost of a home elevator?
Home Elevator Types
The first factors that affect the price you pay for a home elevator is the model you choose, how you personalise it and where you’re installing it in your home. To get you started with deciding on the elevator model to meet your needs, here are some questions to ask yourself that may well influence how much your home elevator will cost:
Has your home already been roughed-in for a lift hoistway? Newer homes are starting to have this as an option.
Is there a location in your home that avoids kitchens, washrooms, furnace rooms on both landing floors?
Is that location convenient for the use of mobility devices should that be a consideration ?
Is there clear access to the entrance of the home elevator in the location selected?
While there are many options to choose from when it comes to residential elevators when you buy from Cambridge Elevating, they all have certain features in common. These include safety features like emergency communication systems and pressure sensors, battery backups and, most importantly, mechanical brakes that latch onto each rail, hooking into the rail system and stopping the lift in its tracks when activated, as well as a complementary 12-month product warranty and first annual maintenance check.
There may be more work to do in order to ensure that the structural modifications are carried out correctly. From a design standpoint, there’s always a chance of removing walls or partitions. The Homelift is available in two sizes and incorporates several additional features that might be useful in your situation. While these elements will all be discussed with you at your in-house consultation, you may already begin thinking about locations, requirements, and preferences so that you know what’s coming up and can discuss your choices with our expert.
Does the price of a residential elevator include installation?
Yes. Our price proposal includes both the elevator and installation. We also coordinate the construction work carried out if you use our recommended contractor to ensure the aperture is complete to specifications, and in conformity to building codes
What do you get when you buy a Homelift?
When you buy one of our Homelift models, what you’re getting is far more than an appliance or device for your home. You’re getting a team of mobility and accessibility experts who want you to get access back to your entire house. These experts will be by your side to answer your every question, but far more than that, they’ll take care of every step, getting the paperwork you need together, scheduling teams, work and technicians to get your home elevator installation underway seamlessly.
Here are some of the extra items you get as part of a elevator installation:
- Required engineering drawings
- Required site visits for preparation work
- Project management of building permit application and approval process
- Execution of construction
- Final site review
- Home elevator installation
- Testing, training and turnover.
How do I purchase a home elevator from Cambridge Elevating?
If you’ve decided it’s the right choice for you, and can already envision how it’ll transform your home, mobility, and accessibility, then following a few steps is all it takes:
Step 1 – Get in Touch
Call our office to speak to patient, compassionate staff who will stop at nothing to find the solution to best meet your needs. Then they’ll provide you with the information you need and book a consultation with one of our experts.
Step 2 – Consultation
A free in-home visit involves one of our specialists meeting you and seeing your home so that they can gather information about what you need and how we can meet those needs by finding the best option to fit your house.
Step 3 – Drawings & Permits
The proper documentation is critical to any building project, so Cambridge Elevating supplies everything necessary to apply for the building permit required, ensuring all work is done legally and protecting home insurance.
Step 4 – Scheduling
Once plans have been finalized, and paperwork is in order, the next steps can be scheduled with the entire team, including you as the homeowner. Working collaboratively means you’re kept posted every step of the way.
Step 5 – Construction
The site preparation work can now begin. Under our supervision, the aperture will be constructed to meet the specifications to accept your elevator.
Step 6 – Installation
The best local elevator technicians who display their talents with every installation fully respect the process and importance of training and testing as part of regular, everyday tasks. They’re ready to ensure maximum safety in every device.
Step 7 – Testing, Training & Turnover
The process is only finalised when our technicians have finished testing your elevator inside and out to ensure its safety technicians and circuits meet our own internal rigorous standards. Then you’re trained on how to use it.
The only way to determine the price of the best home elevator model for you is to get us round for a consultation so that we can answer all the questions we’ve asked on this page and determine the Homelift you need to make your house feel like a home once again.
Request your free quote
Only after ensuring the feasibility of the project, we can guarantee the success of the installation and present you with a final price, transparent and without last minute changes.