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If you want to install a custom elevator at your home or business, Artisan Elevators can help you create a one-of-a-kind design. We will help you choose the right elevator type for your space and assist you in selecting the right doors, panels, and fixtures to create a unique and impressive elevator.
The first step is to figure out where to put your new elevator. The amount of space you have available will affect the type of elevator you choose. Some hydraulic or cable-driven elevators require a pit, hoistway, and machine room, which will take up additional space. Some elevator types may require excavation to be installed in your home or business. A vacuum elevator can be attached to a balcony or travel through a hole in the floor.
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After selecting the location and type of elevator you want, we will work with you to create a custom elevator with a unique appearance. Choose from panels in a variety of exotic wood species, decorative metal work, or leather. We also have a variety of door styles and configurations to suit your tastes, as well as a selection of decorative fixtures.
After we discuss the type and design of the elevator you would like, we will create two-dimensional drawings and a three-dimensional model so that you will be able to see exactly how your elevator will look. Our experienced design engineers and craftsmen will custom manufacture each component of your elevator to match your individual specifications, and we will assemble and test the elevator in our factory to ensure that it meets our high standards.
If you need to improve accessibility at your home or business, Artisan Elevators can work with you to create a custom elevator for your residential or commercial needs. With our quality products and wealth of experience, we will design and build a one-of-a-kind elevator that is truly a work of art.
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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.