Fujihd Vacuum Elevator - An Option for Home Lift


For almost as long as elevators have existed, homeowners have looked for ways to incorporate lift technology into multilevel homes. Home lifts are about more than prestige or the “wow” factor, nowadays, many homeowners need lifts to make areas of their home accessible to those who cannot use the stairs due to injury, illness, disability, or age.

You know, old-technology lifts have a lot of moving parts. Weights, cables, pulleys, and the machines that power them all require frequent maintenance. The cost of this maintenance will add up over time, dramatically increasing the total price of the home lift. However, with the development of technology, now, vacuum elevators require service only once every 15,000 lifts or four to five years. Additionally, no toxic chemicals or lubricants are required during the maintenance of these modern home lifts.

On the other hand, traditional lifts are energy wasters as well. Lifting and lowering a traditional home lift requires quite a bit of electricity. Vacuum lifts, however, use only a little bit of energy when the car is raised and practically no energy when it is lowered, because air does all of the work. Therefore, when choosing elevator for your home, consider the impact a traditional home lift will have on your energy costs and factor that in to the lifetime price of the lift. Powering all of those weights and machines day in and day out will surely amount to massive energy expenditures.

In addition, to be clear that most home lifts are just as safe as their commercial counterparts in terms of fall protection. But there’s one area in which home lifts are far less safe, and that’s what happens if the lift fails in between floors. Being stuck in a home lift means you’re at the mercy of your local company representative. If you have no way to call for help, the consequences could be dire. Luckily, vacuum elevators do not get stuck because in the event of a power failure, they descend safely to the bottom floor on a cushion of air.

In conclusion, vacuum elevator is a good choice for fujihd home lift. Well, this isn’t mean other types elevators are not good. When selecting your own home lift, you still need to take a complete consideration, include the available area for the lift, your budget, the safety of the lift, etc.

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