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2011 Coolawanyah Rd, KARRATHA WA 6714

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Installing an elevator in the house is one of the best things you can do for your comfort. It is a perfect answer for saving time, energy and effort.

Before looking out for an elevator, just go over three important factors that you need to consider before making this purchase:


Understand the space available for installing the elevator. If there is not enough space then vacuum elevators work really well. Cable driven and hydraulic elevators are better suited for spacious homes. Check the Sprint SE available with Grant Home Elevators. The Sprint SE is purpose-designed for residential use. It needs no separate machine room and is also the ideal choice for carrying small numbers of passengers, providing them with an exceptionally smooth and quiet ride. It also features a safety-check valve, door-lock valve, UP direction valve with high-pressure relief, automatic levelling and re-levelling, a soft-stop feature and more. For added safety, the Sprint SE includes an instantaneous broken-rope mechanism to bring the elevator to a secure, gentle rest in the case of a major malfunction. There is a full-height infrared beam for entrance protection.

Winding drum systems are great space savers as they do not require a separate machine room.


Identify the right reason for installing the elevator. The choice of elevators becomes easy this way. For example if the reason is to help an elderly person or make it easy for a wheelchair use, then the choice would be based more on the space required for the use as well as the ease of use. here aesthetics would then take a back seat. If the purpose is for movement of heavy goods then an elevator with load bearing capacity takes precedence.


The style of the elevator should reflect the style of your home. A cable driven elevator will look good in a traditionally styled home. On the other hand for a modern styled home pneumatic elevators would fit better. Hydraulic systems work well where too many structural changes are not possible.

So go ahead and make the right choice of an elevator. Just remember to check that the company installing the elevator follows the right safety guidelines and does not compromise on safety for your family.

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