How Much Space Is Needed in the Home for a Custom Elevator?
Home elevators are available in a variety of sizes to fit into any home. Whether you have a large or small house, Artisan Elevators can help you design a custom elevator to fit into your available space and make your entire home accessible.
Several types of residential elevators are available. These include hydraulic, winding drum, traction drive, and pneumatic models. The type you choose will depend to a large extent on the amount of space you have in your home.
Most of these elevator types require space for a pit and machine room, which must be taken into consideration when deciding on a space for the elevator. The exception is a pneumatic, or vacuum, elevator, which uses changes in air pressure to move the cab. This type of home elevator does not require a machine room. It can be attached to a balcony or travel through a hole in the floor, which reduces the amount of space required, as well as the amount of time and work involved in the installation process.
The next step is to decide on the size of the elevator cab. The size you choose will depend on the amount of space available in your home, the amount of weight you need to transport, and whether or not the elevator will be used to move a wheelchair from one floor to another.
You can choose between a box-shaped or round elevator cab for your home. Pneumatic elevators are generally round, while other types are generally box-shaped.
Home elevators are available in many sizes and shapes that can fit into virtually any home. Whether you have space for a large, square elevator with a machine room or want a round elevator to attach to a balcony, Artisan Elevators can help you design a custom elevator that will make the best use of your space and improve your mobility.
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When you buy a custom elevator from Artisan Elevators, our designers will work alongside you through each step of the process to customize a new luxury lift that fits your home or business perfectly. The design begins with the selection of the best motor system and ideal base for your indoor elevator. To get an idea of our customized residential elevator prices, call and tell us what you have in mind today.