How much does a home lift cost in Australia?

How much does a home lift cost in Australia?

Having an elevator for your home might seem extravagant, but it’s actually no more expensive than building your family-size pool or a whole patio in your backyard.

This article will give pricing for existing jobs, so you don’t have to go around companies asking for quotes without a base price in mind.

Home lifts or home elevators, are an excellent long-term investment that allows you to access all the rooms in your home without using stairs. Home elevators are especially recommended for people with disabilities or limited mobility. It has a capacity of up to 400 kg.

How much does it cost to install a home elevator?

There are several variables that affect pricing, including model, location, size and height, and finishes, among others.

Prices range from $35,000 to $68,000.

Case 1, Hydraulic Elevator with Swing Doors | Starting at $35,000 + GST

Elevator with hinged swing doors

With hydraulic drive and swing doors is a tried and tested design with reduced components compared to traction models. You can choose between compact or large models of lifts to suit your requirements. Simply create a 4-sided vertical space (called a shaft) for the elevator, with one wall structurally suitable for the elevator drive installation.

This hydraulic model is affordable, good value for money, and easy to keep well into the future.

Case 2, Gearless Traction Elevator with Sliding Doors | Starting at $46,000 + GST

The lift with gearless traction drive and automatic sliding doors provides unmatched energy efficiency and ride quality through a VVVF controlled gearless drive system. Being a gearless drive type, it doesn’t have a gearbox like traditional residential elevators on the Australian market, which consumes extra power and creates extra maintenance points.

Gearless motors have the same design and type as high-speed high-rise elevators and are required to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This type of lift has ultimate longevity and power efficiency.

Case 3, Linea Gearless Direct Lift with Glass Construction | Starting at $63,000 + GST

Gearless elevators have optional glass construction (shafts) and are an ideal solution for homeowners looking for commercial-grade quality and functionality in a residential setting. The glass structure can showcase the inner workings of the euro-designed drive system, becoming a showcase for any high-end residence.

Last, made to order, so prices may vary

With a glass structure, the round lift is a tried and true feature in top Australian homes.

Can be customized to fit your project’s trim and installation requirements based on your preference for size, door type and finish. With custom design, the price of each elevator will vary based on preference.

Having given these existing cases, hope you have a brief idea about your fancy home lift that is coming up in your sweet home.

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