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Installing a lift can offer you a world of advantages, as it allows you to move freely around your own home swiftly and easily. It doesn’t come as a surprise, then, that many people are choosing this option, given that it makes their lives a lot easier.

Nevertheless, when it comes time to actually do it, many questions may arise. This is completely natural, as the installation of a lift in your home is a big step and can seem like a complex project. This is not the case, however, as it can instead be a smooth and uncomplicated process.

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You may believe that the installation of a lift in your home will occur over a long period of time, but this couldn’t be further from the truth, as you won’t be inconvenienced for very long! From the moment you discuss what you need, the project is already underway and it’s a quick jump to the actual installation of the lift – from there to completion it’s just a matter of fitting the lift in your home.

The entire process, therefore, doesn’t have to take long, depending on the number of alterations that need to be done to the house.


Your home will also not be heavily modified, despite the fact that it may seem so at a first glance. At Axess2 we always make sure that our installations are performed with the least amount of disruption possible – for instance, it’s possible that you won’t need a deep pit in your home in order for the lift to be installed (you might not even need one in the first place), which can cut down the number of alterations significantly.

Also, your home lift can blend seamlessly into its surroundings, which means that instead of sticking out from the existing décor, it can complement it and, more importantly, add to it. No matter whether your interior design leans towards the traditional or the contemporary, residential lifts can be tailored to your requirements and the ones of your home – while avoiding performing a lot of alterations to the architecture and to the design.

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Lifts are energy-efficient, so you won’t see a large bill at the end of the month, no matter how many time you need to use it. Also, a lift can prevent you from moving to another home with better access, meaning you save money and get to stay in the home you know and love.


Our lifts are not a one-size-fits-all. On the contrary, we offer bespoke solutions that can help you or your loved ones take full advantage of your home lift. This means that you don’t have to worry about the lift not fitting in your home, since cabin sizes can vary greatly, or not having all the specifications you require.

From being able to choose colours, patterns, doors, style and more, we’re confident that you’ll always find exactly what you need in your home.

Axess2 has been providing great home lift solutions for many years now, so if you have any questions related to the type of lift you need in your property or how the installations usually occur, contact us and a member of our team will be more than happy to answer your queries!