Elevation Creations is the authorised RESiLIFT® distributor for Victoria. In 2013, Elevation Creations was set up by Erica Collins, the daughter of Peter van Emmerik, the RESiLIFT® inventor.

Erica has been on the journey from inception, lift design and development right through to where RESiLIFT® is today.

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She oversaw the first sale in Victoria in 2005, and continues to be involved at the local distributor level as well as supporting distributors around Australia as part of the Head Office team.

Erica's husband, Ashley, joined the team in 2018 and together they enjoy seeing the convenience and safety lift brings to customers’ homes.

Elevation Creations Pty Ltd, trading as The Residential Lift Company (Victoria)

Servicing  Melbourne, Geelong, Mornington, and Regional Victoria within 100km from Melbourne.

Sales Manager - Ashley Collins

T: 0413 530 475


Factory: 2/893 Wellington Road, Rowville

Shortly we will have another showroom as part of our factory which will have a full working Miracle Max RESiLIFT. Stay tuned.

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We were thrilled to have internationally renowned chef Gabriel Gaté enjoying our lift at the RESiLIFT showroom launch in Melbourne.

We have two showrooms for you to visit, one with a Mirage and the other with a Miracle model. Contact us to talk about which is the best showroom for you depending on the size of lift you're interested in and your location.

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Margot & Trevor Ling, Miracle owner, Armadale, Melbourne

“It’s such a relief! Now we know we can stay in our home! We love it!”

Rhonda A, Miracle owner McCrae, VIC

The RESiLIFT® looks like part of our home and blends into our décor. People just don’t realise it is there. It is so unobtrusive. We are very happy with the product, the professionalism of the company and the people who installed it.

June & Tiffany D, Mirage owner, Port Melbourne, VIC

We were looking at having to sell our two story home due health problems for my daughter and myself. The cost involved and the mental stress was more than I could deal with so we set about looking for an alternative. RESiLIFT® gave us the perfect solution for probably a lot less than the stamp […]

Ros & Stuart M, Mirage owner, Rosebud, VIC

I’m very grateful to the Residential Lift company, for this simple, attractive, reasonably priced lift, which has given me back my independence.


"It's such a delight empowering people to stay in their homes safely.  I'm proud of my Dad's invention which truly pioneered residential lifts, making them accessible to all Australians.  It's a privilege to work in a family business.

Erica Collins, Authorised RESiLIFT® Distributor, Melbourne and Regional Victoria.



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“Every time I put my foot in the lift, I am so thankful”, says Romina who installed a RESiLIFT 6 months ago. Romina and Les lived on a large property in Mornington Peninsula for over 30 years.  As the property became too big to maintain, they decided to subdivide the land.  Les, a builder by trade, built a beautiful double-storey Georgian Style house at the front of the property which they moved into 12 years ago.  Little did they realise what a problem having a double-storey home would be ten years later. In recent years, Romina developed Neuropathy, a condition where she has numbness in her feet and toes, therefore losing control of her feet.  The stairs in their home now is an ‘accident waiting to happen’.  Their adult children were so concerned for their safety they encouraged them to sell and move to a single-level home.  The thought was heartbreaking for Romina and Les.  Over several decades they had accumulated so many memories associated with their property, not to mention they didn’t want to uproot and leave their local community and networks. In their conundrum, Romina received a text from a friend. It was a photo of a lady…

Future-proofing your home is about being prepared for whatever happens to you or your family members.  As we age, the likelihood that we experience limitations to our mobility increases.  It may be the result of a past injury or a new diagnosis.  For people living in two-storey or split-level homes, stairs may become difficult to navigate and sometimes even dangerous. Faced with this dilemma, some people feel their only choice is to move to a single-level home. Pleased with already having a RESiLIFT installed, Lyn from Gisborne, Victoria shared her experience “I broke my leg just before Christmas, and having the lift was a God-send. On the other hand,” Lyn says, “My girlfriend broke her ankle very badly last year and had to have an ankle fusion. Their home has very steep stairs and no bathroom downstairs. Without a lift, it was a nightmare.” RESiLIFT® is not only an affordable solution, it’s a smart choice.  Because the footprint is so small, our lift can be retrofitted into existing homes with minimal impact.  Many people also install our lifts in their holiday homes as they prepare for a sea or tree change. Australians are including lifts in their house designs so that…

CASE STUDY Ros Morton was in tears six months after she and her husband Stuart moved into their new two-storey home in Rosebud, Victoria. Yes, there were the amazing views of Port Phillip Bay and the sun setting slowly on the horizon. And yes, they were excited to be close to their son and his family in Mount Eliza and all the Peninsula had to offer after relocating from Mooroolbark (Edna Walling territory). But there was one major problem preventing Ros from enjoying any of it. “I’d had a full hip replacement and was having problems rehabilitating. I was in this fabulous house and thinking what have we done? How am I ever going to navigate the stairs? I could barely drag myself up from ground level let alone carry shopping or washing from one floor to the other. We were seriously considering another move.” The Morton’s main living area is on the top floor of their Rosebud home – ideal for drinks on the deck and sighting ships in the distance, but not so great if you are physically challenged. “I had to rely on Stuart to do all the lifting which was difficult because he was going through…