The RESiLIFT® was specifically designed so people could safely stay in their two-story or split-level home and eliminate the danger of stairs and at the same time offer the most affordable home elevators on the market. Invented by Tasmanian Engineer Peter van Emmerik, the award-winning RESiLIFT® remains to be Australia’s most affordable and reliable home elevator. “I designed this elevator so people could stay safely in the home they love,” says Peter. “It saves time, effort and money that would otherwise be wasted moving home. It also removes the emotional anguish of being uprooted from your family home.” There are numerous RESiLIFT® safety features. Firstly, the home elevator operates with continuous pressure, giving the operator complete control of the journey for the whole way. There is also an isolating key to turn off the entire home elevator unit in case there are occasions that you would like to stop the elevator from being used (perhaps when the grandkids are over?!). The shaftless design means a safety lid covers the upstairs opening when the elevator is on the lower floor. There are pressure sensitive safety surfaces which stop the elevator if there is an obstruction above or below, as well as…
WE UNDERSTAND YOUR LIFT NEEDS TO BLEND IN WITH YOUR HOME
One of the benefits of choosing a RESiLIFT® is you have plenty of choices!
- Would you like a built-in or free-standing lift?
- What colours would you like the lift to be?
- Do you need to have the size modified?
You can be in control of your 'lift style' because the RESiLIFT® is manufactured locally.
One of the remarkable features of the RESiLIFT® invention is it does not require a shaft. This makes it relatively easy to install in existing homes with only minor building modifications.
With a free-standing lift, when the lift car is on the other level the only part seen is the guide-rails. This means there is a minimal visual impact, making it a great choice for tight spaces such as townhouses.
Some floor plans are conducive to a built-in lift. This is a common choice for new homes and may have a sliding door in front of the lift.
Sometimes clients with existing homes make this style of booth by modifying a hallway linen cupboard.
We'll be able to discuss the options with you when we visit your home.
COLOURS & FINISHES
We give you the option of matching your home decor and colour scheme. The lift comes in clear polycarbonate which is a glass-like finish but can also be made in opal (white) or grey. For a more traditional lift car look, brushed aluminium can be used in the Miracle range.
The framework is supplied in Surfmist as a standard but can be powder coated to any of the Dulux range. Some distributors also supply this in raw or anodized aluminium.
COLORBOND® Finishing Options
The standard colour for the RESiLIFT® guide rails is Surfmist® from COLORBOND®. It is surprising how well this blends in with most homes. However, at an additional charge, you can choose any colour for the from COLORBOND® powder coating range.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
Many thanks for the commemorative key ring — it sits proudly on the safety key in our lift, which by the way still gives us yeoman service.
Congratulations on the sale of 1000 lifts! If all of your customers are as happy as we are, then you’ll have 1000 satisfied customers!
Alf never used the stair climber and now since his knee operation, Alf can’t use the stair climber at all. So we are now thrilled that we can both use our new RESiLIFT safely.
We future-proofed our home and now it is so much easier to get our groceries upstairs.
Far better than I ever imagined! The professionalism of the distributor and installers was outstanding.
Before I couldn’t access the house. Now it’s in a great location and enables me to access the rest of the house giving me complete independence at home.
“After unexpected surgery, we would not have been able to get upstairs had we not installed the lift! We installed RESiLIFT in case of future events, but we did not expect an event this soon, so glad we did!”
“It’s such a relief! Now we know we can stay in our home! We love it!”
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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