DISABLED LIFTS, WHEELCHAIR LIFTS, DISABLED ACCESS LIFTS
Our disabled lifts for wheelchair users and less able-bodied people are technically-advanced, safe, reliable and manufactured to the highest standards.
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Nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac in Wakefield
Nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac in Wakefield, renovations were finishing up at this detached property. In order to futureproof their home, the client decided a lift was needed. ...
Extremely compact home lift in Bristol
The extremely compact home lift installation in Bristol not only enhanced the client’s home but provided that much need assisted access to the five floors of this property. Travelling...
New Build Luxury Home
With a 2-storey layout, a home lift was required to futureproof this new build project and create an accessible layout across both floors. The lift needed to be modern...
Flagship River Island (Passenger Lift)
This high use 8-person glass passenger lift takes centre stage at River Islands flagship store on Church St, Liverpool. The lift services all the existing trading floors as well...
WELL-ESTABLISHED UK LIFT COMPANY
As a well-established UK lift company, we can advise on every aspect of choosing and using a range of disabled access lifts; no matter whether they are for domestic or commercial purposes. From stair lifts and step lifts through to disabled lifts and home wheelchair lifts, here at Axess 2 we offer a fantastic range of lifts that are both incredibly versatile and easy to use. Axess 2 can provide an assortment of both indoor and outdoor disabled access lifts to overcome any problem. These lifts are designed to meet all of your accessibility needs and constitute a low maintenance access solution.
Axess 2 commercial lifts are timelessly stylish, with a number of contemporary design features. We can also supply truly bespoke lift options, thanks to the fact that you can choose from a wide selection of colour and material options. Whether yours is an indoor or an exterior lift system, we can ensure it meets all health and safety requirements while also looking stylish and performing flawlessly!
SUPPLIERS OF STATE OF THE ART DISABLED LIFTS
Disabled access lifts are an increasingly popular option when it comes to disabled access and lifts for wheelchair users. These lifts are an ideal option for use in the home and also for public access too, making them a hugely flexible option. This type of lift essentially consists of a platform which is raised and lowered by the power of hydraulics or a traction system.
At Axess 2 our range of disabled lifts includes a wide range of options, to suit your needs perfectly. The Traction 400 (Leonardo) and Hydraulic 500 (Rafael) disabled lifts from Axess 2 offer the style of a traditional passenger lift with enclosed cabins and automatic sliding doors. These options are often preferable to chair or stair lifts as they are quick and easy to use, and do not require the passenger to leave their wheelchair. Platform lifts are also controlled by the user, offering increased independence around the home, school or workplace.
Our disabled access lifts and wheelchair access lifts are available in a wide selection of different styles and finishes, and are designed to complement both modern and also more traditional buildings.
At Axess 2, our lifts are regularly used in some of the most prestigious establishments in the UK, so with us you can rest assured that you are getting a product of the highest possible quality. We pride ourselves not only on the quality of our lifts, but also on the superior nature of our customer service too, so you can always be confident of receiving the very best service from us.
HIGH QUALITY DISABLED ACCESS LIFTS AND WHEELCHAIR LIFTS FROM AXESS2
If you would like more information about our collection of disabled access lifts and wheelchair lifts, or any of the other options that we offer, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our friendly advisors today by giving us a call on 01200 405 005.
A Dogs Life
Hi Axess 2, some history of our lift’s use may be of interest. My wife’s aged father was living with us since his wife (my mother-in-law) died in 2008. We had a stair lift installed in 2008 but this was becoming unreliable. In 2014, with extension works on-going, the decision was taken to remove the stair lift and install a proper lift instead. The Hydraulic 250 was fully installed by January 2015 and safety certification obtained April 2015. Unfortunately, my father-in-law had a stroke and passed away in February 2015. Thus, he never did get to use the lift. The lift was useful for either my wife or I when moving suitcases for holidays or when either of us had back problems.
We had two rescue Labradors, one black and one yellow, both suffering from joint problems. The black Lab, Henry, died a year ago (Apr 2019) aged 14. He was 11 ½ when we rescued him and, after 6 months of walking up and down the stairs, one day I went to use the lift, opened the door and Henry pushed past me and sat down. From then on until he died he used the lift without any encouragement.
Zack was 10 ½ when he was rescued 2 weeks prior to Henry joining us. Zack objected to the lift and continued using the stairs until December last year. His arthritis was quite bad and although going up the stairs was fine he really needed assistance whenever coming down. 4 ½ months ago at bedtime, he sat by the lift in the kitchen and would not venture into the hall for the stairs. He weighs (weighed) 12 kgs more than Henry and it was obvious he could not turn once inside the lift. He allowed me to turn him around and walk him backwards into the lift. He has never looked back! Every morning when it’s time to go down, he goes to the stairs, looks down and promptly moved across to the lift where he waits for me to reverse him inside. The picture attached was taking a few days after he started using the lift in December last year. He has a mat to stop his paws from slipping and a towel to sit on. Zack had his 14th birthday 2 weeks ago. I travel with him. He’s prone to use his nose at the door while moving which causes the ‘safety stop’ to activate. The lift is now a big part of Zack’s daily routine!
Mr C, Norfolk
A Valued Customer
I am delighted with the end product provided by Axess 2, we really are looking forward to opening more stores and now feel we have found a truly exceptional lift company to work in partnership with, and with the low maintenance fixed costs we can plan our budget far easier.