Residential Elevators Prices

A residential home elevator is a great way to make traveling between floors in your home easier for everyone, disability or not. Some people think that they could never have an elevator in their home, when, in fact, a residential elevator is more affordable than they think. Nationwide Lifts offers several different residential home elevators that can be purchased at a great price.

A residential elevator can cost anywhere between $15,000 and $100,000, depending on several factors. While you can get an elevator in your home for upwards of $100,000, there are much more affordable options. The majority of prices for residential elevators depends on the size, drive system, and height. The larger the elevator, and the higher it has to travel, the more expensive the price will be. There are also many different types of drive systems that power the elevators. If you purchase a hydraulic elevator that needs a machine room, that will also drive up the price. The installation and maintenance of a hydraulic elevator can be more expensive. The hydraulic fluid needs to be changed often, but is considered one of the safest drive systems. While cable driven elevators do not need a machine room, they can still require a lot of installation. They need to install tracks, a motor, and set up the cables.

To get the most affordable elevator, you should get one that uses a pneumatic system. This system uses a vacuum to move the elevator cab between floors. The great thing about pneumatic elevators is that they require the least amount of installation. They do not need machine rooms and their design allows them to be installed in your home with little remodeling. Nationwide Lifts carries several different models of pneumatic elevators from small to commercial size.

There are also optional features for every elevator. If you wish to pick a custom color, have a phone inside, multiple exits, or need a custom cab size, the price will increase. Nationwide Lifts also has America's best warranty with 10 years on mechanical, three years on electrical, and one year on labor. We also offer 24/7, all year round phone support.

While purchasing a residential elevator can come with a higher price tag, it all depends on what your needs are. Over time, the price of having an elevator in your home will be worth it. Look at all of the residential elevators we offer at Nationwide Lifts to find the one that will best meet your needs.

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There is simply no other company that can offer you all of this.

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