Our primary goal is to support those that are disabled or physically challenged by providing cutting edge products that promote greater independence in daily living.
(PRWEB) August 01, 2013
Incline Platform Wheelchair Lifts are a primary product category for Access Elevator, a major supplier of accessibility products to the handicapped and physically challenged throughout the Southern Wisconsin, Northern Illinois and Northwest Indiana area. Since 1994 they have been at the forefront of the accessibility industry providing accessibility products to those in need of mobility support. One product category in particular, the incline platform lift, has benefited those in need of mobility support with a means to transport people in wheelchairs and scooters up and down stairways in the home. Access Elevator not only sells to homeowners and institutions but also installs the platform lifts in homes across their service area. “Our primary goal is to support those that are disabled or physically challenged by providing cutting edge products that promote greater independence in daily living and increase mobility throughout the home,” says Jon Tevz, owner of Access Elevator.
The Wheelchair Platform Lift is particularly helpful because it can provide greater accessibility throughout the home by transporting people and their wheelchairs both upstairs and down stairs on every floor. The Wheelchair Platform Lifts from Butler Mobility are ADA-compliant and meet or exceed all National Safety Code requirements. They can support a total weight capacity of 500 pounds and are completely safe and accessible to use.
A two-rail system, the Platform Wheelchair Lift by Butler Mobility is easily installed in the home and requires minimal changes to the stairway to become fully functional.
Access Elevator carries a full range of Incline Platform Lifts from other leading manufacturers including the Garaventa GLS Artira Incline Platform Lift and the Savaria Incline Platform Lift Model ES-125. Both are suitable for indoor as well as outdoor locations and the Garaventa Lift can traverse up to seven landings. When not in use the Savaria Lift can be folded to within 14” of the wall, leaving access to the stairs.
Access Elevator has two primary locations in Cudahy, Wisconsin and Bensenville, Illinois that serve the entire Southern Wisconsin, Northern Illinois and Northwest Indiana area. For more information on these and other accessibility products carried by Access Elevator visit http://www.accesselevator.net.