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Home Elevators: Home Lifts (Shaft-less Elevators)
A through-floor, or shaft-less elevator, requires a minimum amount of construction. These types of home elevators (sometimes called “home lifts”) are the easiest way to add vertical access to your existing home.
If you want to make it easier and safer to move around your current home, choose a home elevator from Stannah ACME. Shaft-less home elevators use the smallest amount of space of any elevator and are the easiest to install. With a home lift from Stannah ACME, you can make your home more accessible. It’s an easy and safe way to carry on living conveniently in your home!
We’ve Been Installing Elevators For Over 30 Years
Stannah ACME Home Elevator has been installing elevators in California for over three decades. With our team of experienced professionals, we make the purchase and installation process a breeze. All of our residential elevators, and home lifts are designed and manufactured to meet our strict standards & US national elevator codes.
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Stannah ACME’s technicians are all in-house trained and certified by California as Competent Conveyance Mechanics.
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Your Frequently Asked Questions, Answered
How much does an elevator cost?
Our entry level resident elevator pricing starts at just under $40K for two stops.
Where is the best place to put my elevator?
How long does the entire process take, from sales inquiry to installation?
The entire process can take 12-14 weeks once we receive all items needed to place the elevator into production. Items needed are: signed drawings confirming your hoist way measurements, cab choices and unit in production payment.
Do I need an inspection?
How much room do I need for the elevator?
Our elevators are custom made to fit your home. We have designed and installed residential elevators as small as three feet wide and four feet deep. For a more detailed idea of how much room is required for your lift give us a call.
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What about service and maintenance?
“At present, I am still able to walk up and down the stairs but carrying heavy objects upstairs is quite difficult and the chair lift has solved that problem. ACME was chosen because a competing firm said that what I had requested couldn’t be done. ACME proved that, in fact, what I had reqeuested could be done and done well! Thank you for your service!”
“We’re just now completing a project that has run for 10 years. Without looking, my guess is that we’ve been dealing with Acme for 8 of the 10.All along the way, they’ve been great. Scott Leebrick, the sales guy was straight-forward and straight up from the beginning. Wayne Parker was anchor-man and complete integrity all the way through. The guys who did the installation ran into problems – a car accident with a company vehicle was in there.
Wayne Parker stood by his word all the way; he sent Jesus Sanchez and Anthony Vierra to tune up the completion.
Our experience with Acme has been the best – especially with Scott, Wayne, Jesus and Anthony – especially with Wayne Parker. Thank you.”
“What a blessing each of you has been to our family. We put a great deal of prayer and thought into purchasing a stair chair. Each of you have shown our family kindness, courtesy and give us professional service. Please remember to stop and visit anytime you’re in our area!! We would so enjoy seeing you.”