Download 6 questions you should ask your elevator or lift provider. We work within a network of home medical suppliers elevator manufacturers, and B-44 elevator mechanics.
Residential Elevators are installed as a luxury item, for accessibility purposes or as an aging in place solution. The Uppercut team will guide you through the process and ensure your elevator will become an asset to your home. We offer devices that require no pit or machine room so they can easily be added during a renovation or designed into a new home. Our elevators have been made in Alberta for over 30 years so you feel confident that this local solution will stand the test of time.
A porch lift, stair lift or vertical platform lift will differ from an elevator as it operates under constant pressure, meaning you have to hold the button. These devices can allow you to safely remain in your home if stairs are impacting your mobility. They are typically in-stock items so lead time is minimized. Our factory trained specialists will ensure your installation is done right allowing you to retain your independence.
If you need to make a public building wheelchair accessible, we have the solution. Commercial accessibility lifts are inspected by AEDARSA under the B-355 code. This code restricts the platform size to 21 square feet and about 23 feet of travel, but we can easily accommodate a 3 story building. Smaller lifts are also available to gain access from the exterior of a building or up to a stage. The professionals at Uppercut have the necessary experience and a keen understanding of the code which will allow your project to be on time and on budget.