We discuss your needs and provide you with the best options available. We assess the site and determine the degree of difficulty, what permits may be required and what extra works may be needed to make sure the entire site is compliant with current building regulations.
After the initial consult we go away and do an indicative cost assessment to give you a guide on pricing for the job. It’s important to note that this cost is indicative and may change due to unforeseen circumstances.
We project manage the entire process including sourcing the lift and permits, so you don’t have to worry about a thing.
This part can be tricky as the type of permit needed may differ because of the site and it can be a time-consuming process. We navigate this for you and keep you informed every step of the way.
We can provide you with a render drawing to give you an idea of what the lift will look like in your home. We also have a professional draftsman and engineer on our team who do the required town planning drawings and plans needed in order to get approval from the building surveyor.
The engineer is responsible for assessing the site and coming up with the plans. As this part is crucial to make sure the lift fits and holds in its position, we have a highly-qualified engineer on staff who handles this.
You can either take part in designing your lift, or you can choose an existing design. We walk you through the process so you select a lift that’s not only aesthetically pleasing but that’s also functionally effective.
As we are certified master builders we are able to do any extra work that may be necessary, including any structural works that may be required above or below ground. We are also able to do any other renovations you may need as part of the process for example:
- Relocation of existing lift
- Reconfiguration of room layouts to accommodate the new lift
- Structural works required to make sure site is compliant with current building regulations