Things To Consider When Choosing Your Home Lift

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Whilst many people may automatically assume that stairlifts are the most popular type of domestic mobility aid, nowadays it is actually becoming increasingly common for elderly people or those with a disability to consider home lifts too. Whilst both mobility aids are very beneficial to those who aren’t easily able to get up and down the stairs, depending on your specific needs, you may find that a home lift will be more suitable. 


It goes without saying that domestic lifts can offer a new level of convenience to homeowners and they are becoming much more readily available. If you think that a home lift would be the best option for you and your home, keep reading today. When deciding to go ahead and have a lift installed, of course you will want to ensure that you choose the best lift on the market. So, our team here at Vimec have put together a list of things you should consider before investing. 


Where are you going to install the lift?


This is an important thing to think about when deciding to go ahead and have a home lift installed. Before you even get to the stage of choosing a home lift, you should have a rough idea of where the lift is going to be installed in your home. When a location has been chosen, you will then know how much space you have for the lift which will help when deciding on a lift model. 


Who is going to be using the lift?


It is likely that this question will be incredibly easy to answer, but knowing exactly who is going to be using the lift on a regular basis will help when it comes to choosing your home lift. When you know how many people are going to be using the lift, you can ensure that the model you choose is suitable, as after all, this is absolutely essential. 


Do you have any specific requirements for your home lift?


Before choosing your home lift, take some time to carefully consider whether you have any specific requirements for the through-floor lift. Knowing these requirements from the outset will help you to ensure that nothing is overlooked and that you’re choosing the best lift for your individual needs. No matter how small these requirements may be, highlight them now. 


Would you like a specific lift design?


Design is incredibly important when looking at domestic lifts. This lift is going to be installed in your home and more often than not, it will be visible for all to see, so you will want to ensure that it compliments the rest of your home’s interior design. Thankfully, with many lift designs available on the market, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding something that works perfectly. 


How many floors do you need to be able to access?


Consider how many floors of your property you need to be able to access with your new home lift too. Whilst many lift models are able to reach multiple storeys stopping at each floor, not all of them do. For this reason, when choosing your home lift it is important that you know how far the lift needs to be able to travel. 


Have you got a budget in mind?


Of course, budget is always something that is important to consider when you’re installing a home lift. Not only do you need to think carefully about how much you can realistically spend on a domestic lift, but it is also worthwhile to think about things such as running costs and potential maintenance/repairs too. It is important to ensure that you can afford the required upkeep. 


Choosing your home lift 


Hopefully, when taking the time to consider everything mentioned above you will be able to confidently choose your home lift. Don’t be afraid to take your time when deciding which lift solution is best for you, it is important to ensure that you make the best possible choice. Of course, if you need any assistance at all differentiating the many different lifts on the market these days, our team at Vimec are happy to help. 


Here at Vimec, we produce a range of beautifully designed home lift solutions that are specifically created to make our customers’ lives easier. Our line of home lifts are ideal for two or three floors but can reach up to five floors. They are also suitable for installation both inside and outside of your home. Not to mention the fact that they are made with a wide degree of customisation, so we can tailor-make the perfect lift for your home. We will do all we can to help you choose your home lift. 

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