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Shaftless Elevator Company
The Sleek & Modern Alternative to Stairlifts for Homes
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- Sleek Modern Homelifts Manufactured in the United Kingdom
- Two Ontario showrooms and free in-home assessments
- Accessibility Shaftless Elevators / Homelifts are tax-exempt in Ontario
- Accredited renovation partnerships
- Installations in Ontario are between 3-5 days
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Our homelift elevators are premium quality with the highest safety standards in Ontario. The modern and sleek design of our homelifts takes up almost zero space compared to other low-cost shaftless home elevators. Our shaftless home elevators cost $29,750 in Ontario with additional government grants available as well as affordable financing so you can choose to spread payments over longer periods of time. Our homelifts can be installed in 3-5 days after the general preparatory work is complete. Shaftless elevators are the perfect alternative to stair lifts as they modernize your beautiful home while adding convenience and accessibility.
Ontario’s # 1 Homelifts
Superior In Every Way
- Sleeker Design
- Surpassing Safety Standards
- Higher Quality Homelifts
- Affordable Value
- More Reliable
- In Cab Diagnostics Display
- Step-Free Entrance
- Tax-Exempt in Ontario
- Expert Installations
- Accessible / Wheelchair Models
Every aspect of the lift has been carefully crafted to ensure that it seamlessly fits into any home, regardless the style or architecture.
Safety features such as intelligent in-cab diagnostic display and top/bottom sensors ensures peak safety performance
Wheelchair & Accessibility
Specifically designed as a solution for users who face mobility and accessibility challenges within their home with a spacious cab.
Smart Renovation Partnerships
We’ve partnered with a team of highly skilled and experienced experts providing you a seamless solution from start to finish
Prices starting at
Required Footprint: 43 1/4″ x 43 1/4″ (1098mm x 1098mm)
Interior Cab Dimension: 33 1/2″ x 29 1/2″ (850mm x 750mm)
Required Footprint: 43 1/4″ x 63″ (1098mm x 1598mm)
Interior Cab Dimension: 33 1/2″ x 49 1/4″ (850mm x 1250mm)
- Self leveling base for uneven floors
- Safety sensors
- Step free entrance & non slip flooring
- Emergency lowering system
- In cab diagnostics display
- Max lift capacity 507lb / 230kg
- 16ft/min travel speed
- Quiet travel
- Easy to operate
- Elegant frame with large vision panels
- Continuous touch operation
- Soft starts and stops
- In-cab telephone
- Wireless remote controls (x2)
- LED downlights
- Rear guide rails (space saving installation)
- Handrails (front and both sides)
- In cab handrail controls
- Fold up seat
- Power Door Operator
Stair Lift vs. Homelift Elevator
Which is best for you?
Falls in the home can be a significant concern, especially for seniors, and stairs are the most frequent location for these incidents to occur. Homeowners want a mobility solution that prioritizes safety, but also doesn’t detract from the aesthetic appeal of their home. They desire a solution that blends in seamlessly and is both attractive and practical.
Home Lift / Shaftless Elevator
A homelift, also known as a shaftless elevator, is a stylish and practical alternative to a traditional elevator that doesn’t require a shaft. Homelifts fit seamlessly into any home with the necessary preparatory construction to create an aperture. The result is a functional and elegant addition to your home.
- Safer for mobility device users
- Cab can be hidden
- Step-free entrance
- Can transport multiple riders and bulky items
- Requires construction
- Higher total project cost
- A challenge to uninstall
- Specific requirements for installation location
Stairlifts, also known as chair lifts, can be a simple cost-effective solution for those with mobility challenges. However, they require the individual to transfer at both landings, which can be uncomfortable and even hazardous for those with poor balance. They cannot transport goods and are not ideal for wheelchair users.
- Doesn’t require construction
- Lower total project cost
- Can easily be uninstalled
- Works in every home
- Accommodates one rider only
- Requires assistance for transfer
- A potential trip hazard
- Can’t be hidden
Satisfied Customers in Ontario
Highest Quality & Services
Cambridge Elevating’s service was great. The installation folks were very professional and efficient
Brian and Helen
The Homelift is alot easier, up and down versus stairs. I used to have to plan the day. When am I going up? When am I going down? I don’t have to do that now because I have a Homelift. I just go up and down whenever and my dog is learning how to use the elevator too
My neighbors have been stopping by to see my Homelfit for themselves, and they think it’s really neat. The entire project was organized so well, and both the construction and installation teams were friendly and tidy. I honestly wanted them to stay longer and help keep cleaning, they were that tidy. If I had to do this all over again I would in a heartbeat.
I’m looking ten years down the road if I’m in a wheelchair and I can still look after myself. It’s the best thing that anyone could buy even if you have to borrow money to do it, it’s the best investment. I’m 70 and I’m already thinking of these things but I don’t think a lot of people are.
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Cambridge (Head Office)
181 Shearson Crescent, Cambridge, ON N1T 1J3
GTA (Pro Accessibility Office)
358 Edgeley Blvd Unit 1, Concord, ON L4K 3Y1
Helping You Stay
In Your Home
Quality & reliability
A Compact Footprint
Sleek & Modern Design
Helping You Stay
In Your Home
Quality & Reliability
A Compact Footprint
Sleek & Modern Design
Why Are You Looking For a Homelift?
Safely stay in the home you love
Whether you’re planning for the future or struggle with mobility today, shaftless elevators make it easier for occupants and guests to navigate the home’s entire living space. With a lifting capacity of 507 lbs., both models provide great utility in moving heavy goods, laundry, seasonal décor or aging pets safely from one floor to another. Skip the stairs and age independently in your current home with our Ontario homelift elevator company.
Live an uncompromised lifestyle.
Add Value To Your Home
Invest in your freedom
The right home accessibility modifications can add value to a home, rather than detract from it. A universally designed bathroom or a home elevator can make your home accessible for everyone, effectively widening the buying audience. Seniors in Canada are living longer than previous generations and wish to age in place. The need for move-in ready accessible homes is growing dramatically, making the investment in the right modifications a smart one.
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What are low-cost home elevator options?
When considering a home elevator for a new home, some hoistway elevator types cost less than others.
Homelifts / Shaftless Elevators
When considering the total project cost for existing homes, the best low-cost elevator solution is the Homelift. Homelifts move through a reinforced aperture between the two floors being served without the need for a hoistway. The renovation work to accept the device compared with a traditional hoistway elevator is minimal.
Which residential elevator company should you choose?
Here’s a look at various elevator manufacturers and what they offer:
Savaria Home Lifts Elevators
Headquartered in Laval, Quebec with manufacturing facilities in Europe and China, Savaria has been offering accessibility solutions since 1989. Their products include various wheelchair lifts and low-rise elevators for residential and commercial use and accessible van conversions. Savaria’s Telecab is a hydraulic-driven shaftless elevator, suitable for existing homes. The Telecab cost is low but requires a packed support wall which increases the total project cost. Savaria also offers a luxury glass cab & hoistway elevator option for new and existing homes called the Vuelift. The Vuelift cost will be more than all other traditional home elevators because it includes a glass enclosure within the price.
Stiltz Home Lift Elevators
An alternative to Cambridge Elevating, Stiltz units travel ‘through the floor’ on self-supporting dual guide rails. A Stiltz home elevator cost will be more compared directly to the price of a traditional home elevator but keep in mind it does not require the construction of an enclosed hoistway. The cost of Stiltz home lifts depends on the model. The price of the Trio Alta Lift home lift by Stiltz is greater than the cost of the Duo Alta shaftless elevator by Stiltz. Stiltz Homelifts come in 2 sizes of shaftless elevators. Stiltz shaftless home elevators are manufactured in China and distributes them from two primary locations, Pennsylvania, USA and their head office in the UK.
The Duo Alta Home Lift was introduced in 2016 to please homeowners who wanted to add a lift to their home without sacrificing space or aesthetics. It boasts a curved glass cab that lets riders easily see their surroundings as they travel within their home.
In 2019, the company announced a new option for their Trio Alta Lift model. It’s a six-meter travel option for homeowners with exceptionally high ceilings or homes with three levels allowing for flexibility. Stiltz home lifts continue to expand its network of global dealers to serve the needs of all individuals who wish to gracefully age within their home.
Garaventa dates back to 1928 when they built their first cable car in the Swiss Alps. In North America, they were known for their public Inclined Platform Lift (IPL) and Vertical Platform Lift (VPL) products before venturing into low-rise elevators for home and commercial buildings. Garaventa’s head office is in Surrey, BC and was wholly purchased by Savaria in 2018.
One of the largest and most well-known elevator companies in the World. Otis entered the residential elevator segment in the United States for a brief period of time under the moniker ‘Otis at Home’. It didn’t last long, and Otis has not sold or installed private residence elevators in the U.S. or Canada since 2012. Otis’ residential elevator price would be significantly above all other options today because they’d be offering a full commercial elevator system.
RAM Elevators & Lifts
Founded in 1987 and located in Edmonton, Alberta, RAM is a North American manufacturer of elevating devices for both residential and low-rise commercial use across Canada and the United States. RAM supplies the industry’s only screw-drive full residential elevator.
Another top 10 elevator company globally, Thyssenkrupp ventured into the residential elevator space from 1999 to 2012 as ThyssenKrupp Access Manufacturing. They manufactured 3 models of home elevators and a shaftless elevator called the Minivator.
With over 80 offices across the U.S., Symmetry Elevators offers an expansive product list, including residential elevators, wheelchair lifts and vertical lifts. Recently Symmetry has partnered with Staying Home Corp to distribute their shaftless residential elevator. This unit uses battery operation technology borrowed from stair lifts and requires a support wall. Symmetry does not have a strong presence in Canada.
Home elevators for custom home builds
A personal home elevator is a great feature for any new custom home build. Think of a home elevator more as a vertical hallway than a device that assists those who struggle with stairs. Designing a custom home allows one to position the elevator where it can be best used to connect all levels of the home to move both people and goods. A traditional hoistway elevator may afford a larger footprint than a shaftless, 2-storey compact elevator but the homeowner will benefit from greater performance and control for the elevator to be hidden from view. When comparing costs, a hoistway elevator is more affordable than a shaftless device when building new.