Innovations in technology and design have made installing and owning a residential elevator more affordable than ever. Installing an elevator isn’t the complicated, expensive home renovation project it once was. Easy Climber Elevator’s small footprint and self-contained mechanism mean it can be installed in about one day.
Think about it: In a single day you can add convenience, safety, and quality to your life while increasing the value of your home.
The procedure breaks down into three simple phases:
Once you are completely comfortable operating the elevator and completely satisfied with the installation and clean-up, that’s it. Installing the Easy Climber Elevator is as simple as that. It usually takes a two-person expert team just one day – barring unforeseen circumstances – to be able to enjoy your new home improvement and freedom of mobility!See How Easy it is Now!
Because the Easy Climber Elevator requires no elevator shaft, mechanical room or a deep pit construction (like many traditional lifts), it can easily be added to almost any home. Typically, a two-person certified installation team is all that’s required to complete the installation. We make all installation arrangements for you and take care of any paperwork that local agencies may require.
The installation team’s goal is to cause as little disruption as possible to your daily routine. They’ll explain the process to you up front, so you’ll know how long they’ll be in your home and when you’ll be able to use your new elevator. Although it occasionally takes a little longer, our team strives to be in and out of your house in one day.
The Easy Climber Elevator meets or exceeds the safety and quality standards of several nationally recognized testing organizations. These certifications mean your safety is our top priority, leaving you to enjoy the freedom that your elevator offers.
The Easy Climber Elevator is 100% battery powered and charges via a standard 110-volt household outlet. The battery carries enough charge for several trips in case of a power outage. This means that typically there should be no need to hire an electrical contractor to install expensive wiring, upgrade electrical panels, etc. The battery also partially recharges each time the elevator descends, and most batteries last two to three years, depending on how much you use your lift.
An added bonus: The system works on a standard household outlet, which means it uses only about 2 to 3 amps to charge – the same as an iPhone uses. Simply put, there’s never been an easier or more convenient in-home elevator. Take the first step to enjoying the convenience and safety of the Easy Climber Elevator today!
If you have more questions about how to use tahe Easy Climber Elevator, contact us today.800-814-3574Need help? Call us now