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Signature Elevators & Accessible Design

850 E Gude Dr, Suite E, Rockville, MD

+1(301)-251-1658

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Residential Elevators used to be for the wealthy. Today they are similar in expense to a modest kitchen remodel. Signature Elevator & Accessible Design seems to work with three or four categories of clientele seeking to install a residential elevator. Take a look, which group do you feel a part of? * Home Elevators for safety & transportation. Most customer hire Signature Elevators & Accessible Design to build a hoist way & install a home elevator, or install an outdoor vertical platform lift, and modify the home in various ways including the installation of patient lifts, so that, they or a family member can remain in the house, function with less pain or help their loved one with out themselves getting hurt. * Residential Elevators & Aging in Place. The baby boomers do not plan to go quietly into the night. They are modifying their existing houses now with home elevators and or vertical platform lifts, as well as other accessible features so that they can remain in their homes and neighborhoods perhaps for the rest of their life. The cost of an assisted living facility for one year covers the cost of an elevator at least once and probably twice. Doesn't it make sense to invest in any product that keeps you in your house and forestalls these expenses? * The ultimate home improvement an elevator. Some of our clients install a residential elevator for the same reason they might install a Dura Supreme or Jay Rambo Kitchen it's cool, it's convenient and they can. They often recognize the positive impact on resale value. We are currently installing a 52" glass tube Pneumatic Vacuum Elevator in Potomac that was an integral part of the interior design of the home, and had nothing to do with physical needs.

22MI distance