02:00PM | 08/23/04
Member Since: 05/06/02
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With all the different products available on the market today, many have wanted a website to go to that is not only informative but educational. Abbey Home Elevator has set up a site just for you! The site has information, drawings and even an e-commerce area so you may learn more about pricing of products. If you are a California or Arizona resident check the site out at Gauranteed response to your email in 24-48 hours. Helping build the lifestyle you deserve.


03:21PM | 08/23/04
Member Since: 11/18/98
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Bob installed a small lift, the Windsor Elevator, from Access

Industries into the Accessible Home project he did in Roxbury, MA.

For more or you can check out their website at or

call them at 816-763-3100.

The elevator company used can be found at this link to the project.

If you are not in their area of service.

This is link lists national elevator associations.

And here is some data on cost

$What Will an Elevator Run?$

According to Gordon Ernst, president of Elevator

Consulting Services, Inc., prices will vary depending

on the elevator's travel, speed, capacity and type of

cab. Prices include installation work done solely by

the elevator installation contractor.


Hydraulic $ 30,000-$ 80,000

Geared Traction $130,000-$200,000

Gearless $250,000-$325,000


Basement Drum Machine $22,000-$27,000



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