Don’t homelifts require major structural intrusions?

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Don’t homelifts require major structural intrusions?

Because homelifts barely take up more space than the lift itself only minor intrusions are necessary. Well, we do need to make a hole between floors! But no holes or shafts are required in the ground floor beneath the lift, and no extra space is required above or beside the lift for a large machinery space as with conventional lifts. It usually only takes 6-8 days for our certified installers to install your homelift. During this time they assemble the self-supporting shaft, install the lift, connect power and emergency telephone and perform a safety inspection so that you can begin using your lift immediately.

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