Residential Lifts Sydney

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Confidence – Quality In Home Lifts
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Australian Home Lift Installation Standards Compliant  

When it comes to residential lifts Sydney installation you need an installer that meets or exceeds the Australian Standards?  We are compliant with the relevant AS 4431 and EN81-20/21 standards that govern our industry.  This is the basis of all of our work and we pride ourselves on the quality of our products and service.  Knowing that a Quality Home Lifts provides an exceptional product is the peace of mind that you deserve.   

Do you need an in home lift that meets disability compliance in Sydney?  We provide lifts that meet Australian Standard AS1735.12.  Contact our administration team to learn what we can do for you and your loved ones.  Quality Home Lifts, based in Sydney, work to deliver lift solutions to give you the quality of life you deserve.   

Call our administration team to discuss your in home lift options. Our team at Quality Home Lifts are available to arrange a meeting to find your quality home lift solution.
We are available to conduct 
on-site inspections to find practical, safe and attractive possibilities for your new in home lift.   

Understand why our clients love working with us

A variety of home lift installation solutions

1. Where can I put my in home lift? 

Quality Home Lifts Sydney can install your new lift against a flat wall, in a corner space or adjacent to a stairwell with a Juliet balcony.  Always popular is installation in your belowhouse garage or car port – no more lugging groceries up the stairs! 

2. How big is an in home lift?

Not as big as you think!  Our popular Mirage unit requires just under 1m2 and carries two people.  The Iconic unit has a slightly larger cab and comes in a variety of sizes to suit your situation.   
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 Quality Home Lifts know your questions!

3. What is the difference between a free standing and built in lift? 

Free standing lifts operate on two post frames and do not require a shaft.  This opens up many possibilities for installation and integration in your home.  In addition to this, free standing lifts require less modifications to your existing floor plan. 

built-in lift requires a pre-existing space to be available for installation.  Think large pantry, hallway cupboard or ensuite, where a current wall cavity already exists.  Builtin lifts are the way to go if you are building a new home.  

This all comes down to the floor plan of your house.  Call us to arrange an on-site assessment and we’ll get you the lift you need.   

4. What are the colour options for my in home lift? 

Well, it’s no good if it doesn’t look any good!  Quality Home Lifts blend seamlessly with just about any existing colour scheme and style.  We powder coat the lift frame and guide rails to colour match your interior.  We have a no-cost, cream base colour that works well in a majority of houses.  Raw and brushed aluminium are currently very popular also.  See our article on how inhomelifts add value to your home.


When it comes to your home lift we’ll look after you –
now and in the future.

Choosing Quality Home Lifts is choosing a team for life.  We have a dedicated team of professionals to work with you from the initial consultation through installation and after sales support and maintenance.
Like all machines, 
 home elevators need care and attention.  Your lift will be maintained to ensure longevity and, most importantly, continue to be compliant with safety requirements.   

1. What are my lift maintenance costs?

An annual check-up for residential lifts Sydney, servicing and a written report will cost you somewhere in the vicinity of $600.  This figure is an estimate and will vary depending on a variety of factors including the actual work required, lift type, shaft and drive type, property location and installation location.  All work is carried out by our experienced and knowledgeable team. 

2. What are the Australian Standards for lift maintenance?

Australian Standard AS 1735.16 states that: Periodic inspection and testing of every installation should be carried out at intervals of no more than one yearQuality Home Lifts Sydney provide you with a simple and hassle-free plan to ensure that your lift is safe and compliant, with all work carried out by our team of professional, trusted and qualified technicians – what more could you want? 

In the rare event of a unit failure we are here for you.  As fast as humanly possible, one of our team will be on site to right the wrong.  At Quality Home Lifts Sydney, we’ve found that the number of call outs for faulty lifts has decreased dramatically in recent years.  This is because our lifts have a raft of safety and fail-safe features that nearly eliminate the chance of you or a loved one finding yourself in a considerable spot of bother.  


Remember, what you want is what we want – a reliable, safe and trouble-free lift.


Let Quality Home Lifts answer your in residential lifts Sydney questions today!