At Stiltz, we understand why buying a home elevator might seem like a big decision. There is the disruption from the preparation work which you think might take weeks. Then there is the fact that you may need to sacrifice precious floor space which you are used to having. And then there is the cost.
If any of these things are a concern for you, one of the Stiltz residential elevators could be the perfect solution, here’s why: –
The construction and preparation stage can take as little as 2-3 days with minimal disruption and mess for you and your home.
The Stiltz home lift range uses a unique self-supporting rail system meaning our home elevators do not need a supporting wall so no major or messy building work is required.
While still extremely comfortable inside, the Stiltz home elevator takes up very little floor space. In fact, the Stiltz home elevator is one of the smallest on the market so you get to keep your home just the way you like it. Plus, because of its flexible design the lift will fit almost anywhere in the home. Some customers like it to travel from cupboard to cupboard so it is entirely invisible, or it can fit in the stairwell void of a turning staircase or be located in the hallway, travelling up to a bedroom or landing which is the most common application.
The Stiltz lift is sleek and stylish. The Stiltz Duo Vista Home Elevator has a clear body made from structural polycarbonate to give it a contemporary look. It subtly blends with a room’s décor and allows natural light to flood in, particularly if the residential elevator is placed in front of or close to a window. Once the lift is stationed upstairs, only two slimline stilts remain, leaving the look and feel of your room exactly as you like it. When the lift is downstairs, a section of your flooring (attached to the lid of the elevator car) ensures the flow of your upstairs flooring is unaffected and the lift cavity is filled.
The minimal construction requirements of Stiltz home lifts can lead to significant cost savings. Very often the price of building a shaft for a traditional elevator can double (or more!) the cost of the project. That $20,000 elevator suddenly turns into a $40,000 project with a sizable chunk of you home taken up by the shaft. Typically, the building cost for a Stiltz lift is around 15-20 per cent of the product cost.
So, if you are researching a mobility solution, and have any of these common concerns, the Stiltz Home Elevator will take your worries away. Less hassle to install, less space taken up, and far lower project costs.