The Stiltz homelift range comprises of two key models; the Duo is a two-person lift and the Trio will accommodate three people or a wheelchair.
Each homelift travels through one floor using vertical rails which are free-standing and affix to the floor, ceiling and sides of the aperture through which the lift travels. It is this concept which makes it unique.
There is no need to worry about load bearing walls or vibrations through a party wall. It has very flexible positioning options too, which means a customer is more likely to be able to visualize it in their own choice of room.
The Classic homelift is the original, solid-sided model and is available with single door entry or a thru-car configuration with a door on both front and rear of the lift.
Lady Alun-Jones is a Stiltz customer who was an early adopter of the Classic homelift. Read about why she was keen on a Stiltz Classic for her classically elegant home.
Sometimes an off-the-shelf solution isn’t quite enough. And this was the case for the Randalls. They own a beautiful listed Cotswold stone cottage with surprisingly high ceilings and large rooms, and their home is decorated and furnished in a traditional manner to highlight the home’s period details.
Mrs. Randall just knew she would have to have the colour of her homelift coordinated with her internal décor and Stiltz was happy to oblige with this matching bespoke-coloured lift.
A subsequent addition to the Stiltz homelift range is the Duo and Trio Vista. The introduction of the Vista, with its clear, polycarbonate sides has been a revelation in the industry.
Customers immediately took to the product as it offered a far more contemporary styling solution with all the same practical features as the Classic.
The Assare-Joy family recently had a Duo Vista installed in their amazing property which was once a cold war nuclear bunker. The house is decorated very stylishly with a quirky twist and the Assare-Joy’s were keen for their homelift to blend seamlessly into their décor. You can see from this customer story, that their objective was achieved.
Paralympics hopeful Josh Boggi, who was badly injured while serving in Afghanistan and tennis-mad MS sufferer Judy Turner both opted for the Trio Classic homelift.
Josh has prosthetic limbs and is able to use his stairs at home, but knows this may not always be the case. Judy too, is aware that her progressive illness will eventually mean she will have to rely on using a wheelchair.
Judy Turner’s story can be read HERE.