Residential Wheelchair Lifts

Residential Wheelchair Lifts

Wheelchair lifts for houses help make your home more accessible. They can be installed both indoors or outdoors to make your space more comfortable for those with mobility challenges.

Inside – sometimes a vertical lift would work as long as there is appropriate space, however most often a residential home elevator makes more sense for a vertical solution.  When there is a stairway, residential inclined platform lifts can be installed on the existing stair and wall provided that there is enough clearance at the bottom landing and enough stair width.

Outside – wheelchair lifts for porch (sometimes called a VPL) is a very popular solution and can be done with minimal prep work to install.  They also make exterior inclined platform lifts that are weather rated and can go up your stairway.

Bedco Mobility has decades of experience installing residential lifts in the Maryland, and DC Metro areas.  We’ve seen almost every circumstance possible and together we can find a mobility solution to create accessibility in your home.  We want to help!

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residential wheelchair lift on Bruno website

Inclined Wheelchair Lifts

The X3 inclined residential wheelchair lift is a platform lift that can be installed on home straight stairways. No transfer required! Additionally, the X3 inclined platform lift can be installed with limited structural modifications provided there is enough clearance. And, it usually only takes one day!

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Bruno VPL porch lift image on Bedco Mobility website

Vertical (Porch) Wheelchair Lifts

Often called a porch lift, a Bruno or Garaventa residential vertical platform lift is a cost-effective home accessibility solution. These outdoor wheelchair lifts give users an alternative to entryway or deck steps.

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