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How to Choose an Elevator for Your Home
Residential elevators make for sound investments. For large extended families, home elevators can be very helpful in getting elderly family members from one floor to another. For families with members who are either permanently or just temporarily disabled then an elevator will help ease their pain, as well as help the care givers transport the disabled person from one floor onto another floor. As more and more people are living longer and longer combined with fact that more and more parents are living with their adult children then installing a home elevator makes a great deal of sense.
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Instead of installing a tacky and cumbersome stair lift or having to physically carry a disabled family member up and down a flight of stairs, a properly installed and stylish elevator is a convenient amenity to have in a home. There are wide variety of affordable, durable, and reliable elevators that would be great in a just about any contemporary home.
A residential elevator will also help in improving the resale value of a home. In the weakest housing market since The Great Depression, every unique stylish amenity can help prevent a home from staying on the housing market for too long.
Contrary to popular belief, installing a residential home elevator is not nearly as expensive or risky as many people seem to think. From getting a quote, to the approving the designs, to ensuring that the elevator meets all of the building codes, installing an elevator in a residential home does not need to be very cumbersome. Additionally, custom designed elevators can also be installed in small law offices, banks and numerous other types of businesses that desire a touch of old world charm in their place of business.