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Inclined Lifts & Inclinators Australia
The decision to buy an Inclined Lift or Inclinator may seem daunting at first, but it is an investment from which you and your family will benefit from for years to come!
Finding a high-quality Inclined Lift Company that understands your own personal needs for safety, accessibility, and design is a difficult task to do alone.
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Our internal team works closely with our extensive list of expert partners, some of Australia's top Inclined Lift Companies, to give you the best experience possible.
Upon receiving your request for a free quote, we diligently compare the needs of your Inclined Lift solution to the products and services our expert partner companies offer.
This ensures that you will receive a Home Lift quote with the most value possible, including all the safety and accessibility features you may require, at a competitive rate and in record time.
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Inclined Lifts & Inclinator FAQs
Yes, in most cases a DA will be required when installing a new Inclined Lift Or Inclinator.
This will generally require a new DA process to be submitted, however, if you are doing renovations or building a new home, you can add an Inclined Lift to an existing DA you have for this.
All our Expert Partners will manage and handle the DA process and its cost is included in the quotes we provide you at Lifts For Homes.
There are 5 main stages of buying an Inclined Lift, from the initial inquiry and estimate, all the way up to the final safety checks. These are as follows:
Stage 1 – Discovery Session & Pricing Estimate
- Your elected lift company will provide estimated pricing for a lift based on plans or photos you may already have from a builder or architect. The extra safety & accessibility features you may need will most likely be accounted for in this estimation
Stage 2 – Site Visit & Survey
A routine visit from your lift installation company will be conducted on your property. This will help ensure that the exact requirements for your inclined lift are understood while also helping to provide a more accurate estimation of the final price of the lift.
Stage 3 – Design & Manufacturing
Upon confirmation of the proposal of the Inclined Lift, you will then proceed to the design stage of the process. Detailed drawings will be supplied and consulted with you, your architect, and your builder if required. Revisions will be provided until all parties are happy, upon which the finalised design will be made ready. Once approved and payment is received, the manufacturing of your Inclined Lift or Inclinator will commence.
Stage 4 – Delivery & Installation
Approximately 1 month prior to the arrival of your lift, your elected Lift Company will generally be in touch to schedule a final pre-site check and installation start date. Once the site is confirmed to be ready for installation, the lift will be delivered and installation will begin. Allow between 1 - 2 weeks for this.
Stage 5 – Completion & Training
Once installation is complete, a final handover meeting will be arranged. This is primarily to provide training on how to use your new Inclined Lift, what safety measures you need to keep in mind, owner and operator manuals as well as any servicing requirements.
Installing a base-model, residential Inclined Lift that needs to travel between 30 - 50 metres with limited stops cost on average between $120,000 - $200,000.
Larger residential and commercial Inclined Lifts, that require features like multiple stops, Rail Carts with a higher load capacity, further distance to travel, faster speed, and more can cost between $200K to even over $500K in some cases.
As mentioned, some pricing factors include:
- Travel Distance
- Amount Of Additional Stops
- Capacity Required
- Desired Travel Speed
- Slope & Layout Of Terrian
Yes, often NDIS will be able to contribute to the cost of your Inclined Lift. This depends on your plan and the amount of funding you have.
Inclined Lifts generally fall under the following categories when it comes to making a claim:
– Home Modification
– Personal Mobility Equipment
– Assistive Products For Personal Care & Safety
It is important to check in with your Plan Manager to see what type of support you could get from the NDIS for an Inclined Lift.
Lifts For Homes only work with the best Inclined Lift installation & manufacturing companies in the country.
Each company is vetted by our internal partnerships team to ensure that the quotes we provide are of the highest of quality, ensuring that you receive the best Inclined Lift experience possible.
In most cases, an Inclined Lift from one of our Expert Partners can be completed and installed in between 6 - 9 months.
This is generally contingent on how quickly the Development Application (DA) can be approved and completed, which is generally dependant on its complexity.
After this has been completed, the actual installation time of the lift can be completed very quickly, generally in a matter of a couple of months.
As long as you require. Many of our Expert Partners have installed Inclined Lifts with a travel distance of over 150 metres. Inclined Lifts longer than this are also definitely possible and can be completed by our Expert Partners.
Yes! Our Expert Partners have purpose-built products and accessories that allow easy access to Inclined Lifts if you use a wheelchair or other type of mobility assistive product.
Generally, the maximum gradient on which an Inclined Lift can travel is 85 degrees with a maximum change of gradient of 45 degrees at one time.
Generally, the minimum gradient an Inclined Lift can travel is 12 degrees. Many of our Expert Partners are working on products that will be able to travel horizontally so please let us know if this is something you are interested in.
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