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SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN:
Access Elevator Inc
Address:
1995 E Norse Avenue,
Suite A
Cudahy, WI 53110
Phone:
(414) 727-2524
SOUTH-CENTRAL WISCONSIN:
Access Elevator Inc
Address:
4229 Argosy Ct. Suite 2B
Madison, WI 53714
Phone:
(608) 440-9002

Toll Free: 1-844-WI-LIFTS (945-4387)

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ILLINOIS
Illinois' leader in Accessibility Products

Access Elevator Inc
Address:
42 Congress Circle West
Roselle, Illinois 60172

Phone:
(630) 616-6249

Toll Free: 1-844-IL-LIFTS (455-4387)

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Home Modifications from ACCESS Elevator serving: Wisconsin, Indiana, and Illinois and the surrounding areas of Madison, WI. Roselle, Illinois and Milwaukee, WI.

ACCESS Elevators Removes Barriers and Advances Independence Call Access Elevator Today to schedule your FREE in home, no obligation estimate
Toll Free : 1-844-WI-LIFTS (945-4387).

Professional Sales, Installation, Rental and Service of a Full Range Of Mobility and Accessibility Equipment from ACCESS Elevator.

Make your home easier to live in and more user friendly with a home modification plan from ACCESS Elevator

Let the home modification professionals from ACCESS Elevator design and build for your special needs

You are always in good hands with Home modifications from ACCESS Elevator

Home Modifications

Proud To Be Your Local C.E.A.C. Provider

Bathroom Accessible

Let us be your guide in home modifications and products for the handicapped, disabled and physically challenged. Certified Environmental Access Consultant (C.E.A.C.) is administered by AHIA. The C.E.A.C. credential brings professionalism and diversity to your current high-end rehab business. The physically challenged and catastrophically injured patients you currently assist are often in great need of independent living solutions, products and services that will help them to live more independently and support their choice of aging-in-place. Accessible home modifications, accessibility products and barrier-free design can greatly promote the independence and functional ability of physically challenged and aging individuals.

Falls inside the home are the number one cause of injury among the elderly. There are a number of obstacles in and outside a home that can cause trips and falls. Those with disabilities are constantly challenged to function more independently in their homes and caregivers are looking for better and safer means in which to care for their clients or family members.

Our Home Modifications Support Accessibility In All Areas Of The Home

  • Main Entrance Area
  • Bathroom
  • Bedroom
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry Room
  • General Areas

Make Every Room in Your Home Accessible and Safe

  • Main Entrance
  • Bathroom
  • Bedroom
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry Room
  • CAPS

Home Entrance Way Accessibility Modifications

We can install all types of wheelchair ramps leading into doorways and can even custom-design a solution for your unique home. Whether you need a simple metal ramp to enable access through a doorway or a complete wheelchair ramp designed and constructed to navigate a stairway or steep incline, we can accommodate your needs. Please see our “Wheelchair Ramps” web page for further information or call us to discuss a solution for your needs.

We also supply and install a range of lifts for front, side and rear entrances to your home. We can also accommodate your vacation home or office with wheelchair lifts and other accessibility products.

  • Ramps
  • Porch Lifts
  • Deck Remodels
  • Door Widening

Give us a call today to get started on a customized plan tailored to your specific needs. We provide free estimates on all of our home modification projects.

Make Every Room in Your Home Accessible and Safe

People who are in wheel chairs often have it hard when it comes to moving around in public. Unfortunately, it often is not that much easier at home if there are stairs present. Stairs often limit their mobility unless steps are taken to enable them to access the stairs safely. One of the best ways to make a house with stairs fully accessible is to add a stairlift or home chair lift.

The Earliest Stair lift

It seems the first concept of a stairlift actually comes from Henry VIII. Because he was apparently injured while jousting and had limited mobility, he later invented a crude way to be lifted from one floor to the next, most likely using a block and tackle system. Since then, there have been many modern techniques and options added to them.

Stairlifts Increase Independence

When people cannot move from one floor to the next in their own home, it makes them feel more dependent on others. Adding a home chair lift, however, changes that and lets them move from floor to floor, if necessary, whenever they want. This gives them greater freedom of movement and helps them to feel comfortable more at home, enabling them to take a nap in their bed when they want, or get something they need from their bedroom.

It also removes the necessity of requiring a senior or disabled person from having to move to the first floor. A stair lift will let them stay where they are and major modifications will not be needed in the home. In some cases, it may even remove the need to sell the home and buy another one that is more accessible.

Make Your Home Safer

When it comes to injury to the elderly in the home, falls are the number one cause. Avoid the risk by adding a stairlift to your home, so that they can move from one floor to the next without a risk of falling. It also enables them to not be afraid to go on the stairs by giving them the desired stability needed. Family members who are concerned about them also have much less to be worried about knowing that their loved one is safer – even when going up or down the stairs.

Stairlifts Can Be Added to Most Stairways

In most cases, stairlifts can be rather easily added to your existing stairways. There are different models available, along with a number of various functions. This saves the trouble of having to remodel the home, and it allows the work to be performed rather quickly. A chair lift can also be added for temporary needs. Chair lifts come in either battery-operated or electric types, and some have both.

If you live in the northern Illinois and Indiana, or south-central and southeastern Wisconsin areas, we invite you to call us today and let us tell you about how a chairlift can benefit your loved one and increase their independence and mobility around their home.

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