Platform lifts fall into two different categories- inclined and vertical. Inclined platform lifts allow for wheelchair bound clients to ascend and descend the stairs while vertical platform lifts are mounted on a concrete pad and are programmed to stop at one or more destinations vertically. Vertical lifts are often used in exterior applications to get from the sidewalk to the front entrance of the home. Both lifts come with various safety features including underpan sensors that detect when any obstruction occurs under the lift. The lifts lock to prevent unauthorized use and the upper landing gate will only open once the lift is in the up position, otherwise it acts as a solid railing or a closed door depending on the application.
Why Choose Accessibility Solutions 360 For Your Platform Lifts?
Accessibility Solutions 360 has technicians who are skilled at not only installing both vertical and inclined platform lifts- but also in servicing this equipment. Some of the manufacturers we represent include Savaria, Harmar and Atlas. We offer a yearly service contract on all lifts we install as well as extended service contracts.
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