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Top Five Most Common Questions About Home Elevators

Making the right home elevator choice is an important one. Much of it begins with your reason for choosing to have a residential elevator in your home; whether it be for comfort, prestige, care or as an investment to future proof your property. While it can be...

Five Best Reasons To Buy A Stiltz Home Elevator

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...

Why the Stiltz Home Elevator is a Perfect Dumbwaiter

People have always looked for a way to stay in their homes as they age, and ageing in place has now become a common term, with residential elevators allowing people to do just that. At Stiltz, one thing we have noticed more and more is, customers purchasing and...

Why the Stiltz Wheelchair Lift is Practical and Stylish

When you are looking to adapt your home to suit your specific wheelchair access needs, a home elevator is a practical, discreet and stylish solution. During the research process of the purchase of a home elevator there are obviously many factors to consider, such as...

How Fast is a Stiltz Home Elevator Compared to a Stairlift?

At Stiltz, a common question we get asked is 'how fast does the lift travel?'.  Now, we know we are only talking about travelling a few feet between floors, but over time, a few seconds here and there adds up, so we understand why, when choosing your home elevator,...

Stiltz Lifts Moves its HQ to New Pennsylvania Facility

Stiltz Lifts has continued its rapid growth by expanding its operation in the USA. The home elevator manufacturer set up its stateside headquarters in Pennsylvania in 2013 under the leadership of experienced home accessibility specialist, Mark Blomfield. Now Stiltz...

Why the Stiltz Home Elevator is a Clever Use of Space

One of the biggest challenges to overcome when installing a regular home elevator is space. And not only space but making sure the space is in the right place. Most residential elevators take up a lot more room than you would expect, and often require a separate...

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