Welcome to our article on the types of home lifts available from Multicare homelifts. In this document, we can look at the many different designs of lifts available in your home and why they are the safest and best investment you can make and why they are much better to have installed instead of a stairlift.
What Are Home Lifts?
If you are unaware of what a home lift actually is then this could really be of interest to you if you are looking to install away within your own home or going easily from upstairs to downstairs and vice versa. The first thought that most people have is a stairlift installation however with a type of home lift offered by MultiCare you could add so much more value to your home and give you a much better solution to your mobility needs. What are the types of homelifts available to me? I hear you cry? Well let’s wait no longer and look at that now, shall we?
Firstly, it’s really worth pointing out how easily a Stiltz homelifts can be installed in your home. Expert fitters will often be able to install a whole lift in under a day and they take up such a small amount of room that virtually every sized house in the country can benefit from having a home lift without losing any usable space. With the ability to be able to transport the passenger to a different floor whilst still in a wheelchair, it can be a much easier and less troublesome journey than using a conventional stairlift.
What Are The Home Lift Models?
So, looking at the different models we start with the Stiltz Duo Plus Homelift which easily fits into a corner of your room, this comes with such features as interior lighting, an interior telephone and a backup battery system which all add to the safety of the occupier. All duo plus home lifts come with a standard year’s warranty and have a half-height door for safety and comfort. You get an in-car control panel too and the duo plus home lift can be customised to suit your home décor. You can go for the Stiltz Duo Classic which has all the features as the Duo plus, but you do not get the extra design options so if you are after a home lift for just the practical reasons go for the contemporary looking Duo Classic and you will not be disappointed.
Next up in the model range are the slightly bigger and more heavy-duty Trio Homelifts which come in, as above a classic and a new duo plus option. These home lifts offer the ability to use a wheelchair and have up to three passengers travel at one time. Sometimes the extra ability to transport a bit extra weight can come in very handy so they are well worth looking at if you think that may be applicable for your needs. Certainly, the ability just to drive your wheelchair in and be on a different floor within seconds can be a gamechanger in your mobility requirements.
Summary of The Different Home Lifts
So, there we have it, a short review of all the types of Stiltz home lifts available from MultiCare home lifts. We hope that it has been of use to you. The main differences are with the newer Duo Plus models you can have them designed to blend in with your home environment and with the Trio home lifts you can have the ability to transport heavier loads, more people and most importantly have direct wheelchair access to all floors of your home. Thanks for reading.