Telecab Home Elevators
In home elevators are smaller than commercial elevators you see in hotels, but can be made with adaptations to make using them with a disability easier. Elevators can have automatically opening doors, large selection of interior finishes, varies door entry variations depending on the location of the install.
Why Choose Accessibility Solutions 360 For Your Telecab Elevator?
Not only can Accessibility Solutions 360 install the elevators – our company can build the shaft way and complete any accompanying work that goes alongside it. AS360 also offers a unique type of elevator called a Telecab made by Savaria. This unique elevator will hide away when not in use-but will come up through the floor when needed and they are rated to 845 pounds in select configurations! This system is loaded with safety features that will not allow the Telecab to raise the floor even if a furry friend has decided to take a nap on top of it!
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Frequently Asked Questions About Telecabs
Can elevators be big enough for a wheelchair?
Yes, home elevators can be custom sized to fit someone in a wheelchair.
Can a person in prone position use an elevator?
These elevators support users that are in a seated or partially prone position. Someone who is in a fully prone position will not be able to use this type of elevator.
What safety features do elevators have?
Depending on the application, they have interlocks that prevent the doors from opening when the elevator is not in the appropriate location, underpan sensors to detect obstructions beneath the unit, emergency backup brakes and manual lowering. They can be DC powered meaning they can run when the power to the home is off.
How long does it take to install and elevator?
Once the design permit and inspections are complete, an elevator install can take 3-4 weeks to complete-depending on the complexity of the project.
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