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Lifts tailored to suit you and your home

When it comes to choosing a new lift for the home, you want to ensure that it not only serves its practical purpose but also fits seamlessly into your interior and becomes a luxurious addition to your property. At Axess 2, we take a unique approach to home lift design, focusing on the importance of blending form and function.

We believe that every home lift should be as unique as the home it serves. That’s why we work with our clients to understand their individual needs and preferences, ensuring that their new home lift is the perfect fit for their property.

Luxury Home Lifts

We offer a range of Luxury Home Lifts from concept, design through to installation.

Wheelchair Lifts

Life changing, technically-advanced lift solutions

Compact Home Lifts

Small compact lift solutions for your home

Low Pit Home Lifts

Low Pit Home Lift for a range of
applications and spaces

Round Home Lifts

Unique round home lift solutions

My Home Elevator

The most versatile made to measure solution. Designed by you built by us.


At Axess 2, we bring our years of expertise and knowledge in the design and technology of large elevators and passenger lifts to our home lifts. We believe that the same level of innovation and technology that goes into our larger products should be incorporated into our homelifts, providing our clients with the most advanced and safe products on the market.

Our home lifts come equipped with a range of advanced features to ensure that your lift is not only practical but also luxurious. We incorporate colour changing RGB lighting, Bluetooth and wireless diagnostics of the lift controller, security and safety components, and much more into our lifts. With these features, you can be sure that your home lift is not only functional but also adds a touch of luxury to your property.


At Axess 2, we understand that every home is unique, and we believe that your home lift should be too. That’s why we offer a range of home lifts to accommodate all of your requirements, whether you’re looking for increased accessibility or a luxurious feature to enhance your property value.

Our through-floor lifts are the perfect solution for those looking to increase accessibility in their home. With starting dimensions similar to that of closet space, our through-floor lifts are a compact and practical solution for those with mobility needs. But we also understand that practicality doesn’t have to come at the expense of luxury. That’s why our domestic lifts come with a range of luxurious features to enhance your home.

We are committed to reducing our environmental impact. That’s why our homelifts come equipped with eco-friendly designs and energy-saving technology. Our innovative lift technology ensures that our lifts are energy-efficient, making them not only environmentally friendly but also cost-effective.


Our lifts come with various customisation options, including side access and electrical emergency lowering, to ensure that your new lift fits seamlessly into your home and meets your individual needs.

If space is a concern for you, our Qube Home Lift is the perfect solution. This lift is minimally designed and non-intrusive, making it ideal for those looking for convenient elevation assistance without taking up too much space. Featuring a foldable platform for use as an attachment to stairs both indoors and outdoors, this non-intrusive and minimally designed home lift is ideal for those wishing for convenient elevation assistance.

Benefit from this lift’s flexibility; with options to be installed on to either a straight staircase or a staircase with a gradient ranging from 15° to 45°, it’s a highly versatile choice. Its unique design also enables it to stop at a number of access points. There’s no building work required and the lift won’t interfere with existing interior design.

Boasting tactile and visual press-and-hold buttons, as well as run-to-hold buttons with key switches, it’s no wonder that this lift is a best-seller.

Frequently Asked Questions

Home lifts come in a variety of sizes and styles, ranging from sleek, compact step and incline lifts with minimal space incursion to bigger, more accommodating passenger lifts suited for frequent usage. When deciding on the best lift for your home, you must carefully consider your specific requirements. If your needs are restricted, a modest step lift may be the better option.

Please feel free to get in touch with our team of experts for help if you are struggling to decide on the right lift for you. To assist us in finding the perfect lift for your home, please inform us about how often it will be used, who will be the main users, and what the lift will be used for.

The space required for a home lift is subject to various factors, including the type and design of the lift, the specifications, and any local building regulations.

  1. Shaft Size: The elevator shaft or enclosure should typically have dimensions of around 1.2 meters by 1.2 meters (approximately 4 feet by 4 feet) for a compact residential lift. This can vary depending on the size and design of the elevator.
  2. Headroom: A minimum headroom clearance of approximately 2.4 meters (about 8 feet) is recommended to allow for comfortable travel within the elevator car.
  3. Pit Depth: A pit depth of around 0.3 to 0.6 meters (1 to 2 feet) is common for residential lifts. The specific depth may vary based on the elevator’s design and specifications.
  4. Machine Room: Certain lifts may require a separate machine room to house the elevator’s motor and control equipment. The size of the machine room will depend on the elevator model and design.
  5. Door Clearances: There needs to be sufficient space for the elevator doors to open and close within the designated shaft area. The door size and type (sliding or swinging) will influence the required clearance.
  6. Accessibility: If the lift is designed for wheelchair accessibility, it will require additional space to accommodate a wheelchair and ensure that the lift complies with accessibility regulations.

It is important to determine how much room you have in your home for a lift, as this may vary depending on the kind and model you choose. As an example, traction lifts require an engine room to be placed overhead and often have heavier components, so they take up more area than a hydraulic equivalent. Platform lifts, on the other hand, tend to be smaller than passenger lifts since they are intended to transport fewer people over shorter distances.

The Disability Discrimination Act, the Equality Act, Part M of the Building Regulations, EN 81-1/2, EN 81-41, and the 2006/42/EC Machinery Directive are just a few of the laws that apply to elevator installations that Axess2 always complies with.

Before approving a project, we always conduct site surveys and risk analyses to guarantee safe installations. Then, to further ensure the safety of the procedure, we’ll instruct our design engineers to provide site-specific drawings that outline the building operations needed for that particular lift installation. No matter what your needs are, you can be confident that your home lift will be safe to use because our experts have experience working in a variety of diverse locations, sites, building styles, and working situations.

It’s crucial for many people that a lift complements the home’s aesthetics, furnishings, and layout, all of which might vary widely from one dwelling to the next. Our clients have the ability to personalise any model of lift that we install by selecting from a variety of options that relate to the equipment’s dimensions, materials, colours, and interior finishes.

The cost is a crucial and significant factor to take into consideration, and reaching an agreement on it is necessary before work can begin. The final cost will be determined by variables such as the kind of lift, its dimensions, and the amount of construction work that must precede its installation. Since they can frequently be simply installed onto a property, external elevators are generally less expensive than internal lifts, which may need more substantial renovation work.

An important factor to think about, as the installation of an elevator might make some areas of your home inaccessible for a while, depending on the model chosen and its final resting location. Installing certain home elevators might take weeks, while others can be set up in a matter of days. Getting an estimate of the installation timeframe in advance will give you time to make preparations in case it takes longer than expected.

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Axess2 is dedicated to ensuring that you have the best high-quality service both off-site and on-site. What makes us unique is our incorporation of innovative lift technology, which allows for a faster and more efficient installation process. Don’t settle for excavations or messy groundwork – with Axess2, we eliminate the need for this long and disruptive step in the creation of space for hardware due to our superior home lift designs.

We adhere to all required regulations, as we are linked with the government run Construction Line, CHAS and LEIA MEMBER, and also have all of the authorised certifications (such as BSI ISO 9001, BS OHSAS 18001 and LiftCert).