Lifts & Elevators

One of the greatest challenges for our clients that want to “age-in-place” is how to maintain or regain access to the second floor of their home.  Since most older homes have all the bedrooms upstairs it is imperative that there is always a means to comfortably and safely handle stairs.  Sometimes this can be done with the installation of a stairlift and sometimes it is through a lift or elevator.   

Stairlifts are a great way to quickly regain your freedom. These units can typically be installed in one day and can be ordered either for straight or curved stairways.  These systems glide effortlessly on a rail and feature the latest technology in order to provide a safe and reliable means to conquer the stairs. 

Elevators provide the ultimate solution for traveling between floors.  All elevators we install are custom made to your specific needs and can be tailored to fit any style décor.   Aging-In-Place Remodeling has years of experience installing residential elevators.  We will be glad to help assist you in understanding the best location in your home for an elevator and which style of elevator is best for your needs.

Stair Lifts

Stairs within a home are one of the primary reasons that individuals are often “forced” to either live only on the 1st floor of their home or leave their home altogether. Fortunately the solution to this problem can be installed …

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Vertical Platform Lifts

Aging-In-Place Remodeling is often called on to help a homeowner who is trying to address the difficulty they are facing with the stairs around their home. One of the more common complaints involves the steps at the front or back …

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Pool Lifts

  Aging-In-Place Remodeling offers a wide variety of pool lifts, including 8 ADA compliant designs. Our ADA pool and spa lifts are ideal for both commercial and residential use. Whether you need to bring your facility up to current ADA …

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This elevator takes up only a 4 ft. x 5 ft. footprint but has the capacity to hold four people or a wheelchair user and a loved one. Many homeowners are skeptical that an elevator is feasible in their home. …

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