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EXPLORE LIFT MODEL OPTIONS

We will help you choose the right lift for you based on your needs, floorplan and space.  Each of the lift models are the same width, but they do vary in depth.

It's not just the size to consider, but also the configuration, as some of our lifts have the option for a dual entry. You can enter one side, and exit the other side, thus creating a roll-through experience for wheelchairs, and a walk through experience for walkers or passengers.

The lift photographed here is a Mirage RESiLIFT. The lift in the lower level is located in the garage.

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MIRAGE

The Mirage is our smallest lift.  It is the most compact lift on the market in Australia.  Due to its incredibly small footprint, it's the most popular choice for many homes.  Despite being our smallest, it still fits two adults comfortably.

MIRACLE

The Miracle model comfortably fits a person with a walker.  The lift car is square and has a slightly larger footprint than the Mirage.

The Miracle gives the option to have dual entries/exits.  Therefore someone can walk through the lift entering in one side and exiting another side.

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MIRACLE MAX

The Miracle Max is a longer version of the Miracle model lift.  It comfortably fits a person in a wheelchair.  Like the Miracle, it also has the option to have dual entries/exits so if someone is in a wheelchair they can simply roll through.

Some people install the Miracle Max with a dual entry as a way of keeping the area accessible as a hallway.

RESiLIFT® BENEFITS

For over a decade we have been perfecting our lift to ensure that our customers enjoy all the benefits that our lift offers

RESiLIFT® is manufactured in Australia from quality parts by the Residential Lift Company who is the patent holder.

RESiLIFT® is the original freestanding residential elevator. This means that it does not require a shaft, reducing the impact on the building and minimising any building modifications associated with installing a lift.

The RESiLIFT® includes a safety shield which ensures that once the operator is more than 1 meter from the ground there is a barrier preventing them from falling.

The doorless quality of RESiLIFT®increases accessibility, reliability and safety; it is not possible to become trapped inside.

Peter van Emmerik who designed the innovative RESiLIFT® is still actively involved in product development within the business which means you have the latest improvements.

Because the lift is made locally, it can be supplied quickly or if desired, customised to your unique requirements, such as modifying the depth of the car.

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FURTHER READING

Affordable Home Elevators

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In-Home Elevators

RESiLIFTs are the original in-home elevators. The award-winning shaftless design was invented by our very own CEO, Australian engineer Peter van Emmerik. The Residential Lift Company manufactures and distributes the RESiLIFT® range around Australia. Peter’s ground-breaking design is patented and has been replicated across the globe. Pioneering home elevators, Peter’s clever design has enabled the average Australian to afford an in home elevator. Now installing a RESiLIFT® is a fraction of the financial cost of moving homes. The RESiLIFT® can be retrofitted into existing homes with minimal hassle. The home elevator can also be easily installed in new builds. Why install a RESiLIFT in-home elevator? Installing a RESiLIFT® enables people to stay in their split-level home without the limitations and dangers of stairs. In 2019, the RESiLIFT® elevators continue to be Australia’s most affordable in-home elevators on the market with almost 1,500 home elevators installed around the country. Despite the home elevator’s small footprint, RESiLIFT® lifts still fits two people. With the choice of three different sizes, some can accommodate walkers and even wheelchairs. The doorless design means that you can never be trapped in a RESiLIFT® lift. With a huge number of safety features, a RESiLIFT® means you can…

In your home a doorless lift is safer and more convenient than a lift with doors. Safer because you can’t ever get trapped inside and more convenient, because you don’t have to fuss with opening or closing the door. This is a big advantage to those with limited mobility. Let’s face it, you are only travelling 2 meters and it is a controlled environment. Like all machinery there are precautions you need to take when using a doorless lift and the RESiLIFT® has many features to make it easy for you to operate it safely. Advantages to a doorless entrance Maximum accessibility:  RESiLIFT® was specifically designed for people with limited mobility. It hard to appreciate the inconvenience of a door when you can easily run up the stairs.  But when you have bad knees, a walking frame or need to carry something awkward having a door just impedes your transfer unnecessarily.  If you have electronic doors, then by the time you have waited for the lift to come, the doors to open, close and open again you have doubled the time taken to travel. If you have a manual door you need a free hand to operate them. Many homes…

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