This month, David Bromley of Universal Property Design (www.universalpropertydesign.ca), came to visit us in order to receive a little bit of training and mentorship surrounding the products that RAM Manufacturing offers (www.trustram.com). Roberts Elevators & Lifts works exclusively with RAM providing their superior products to folks here in British Columbia, and David was keen to learn more about the units and how they can be most efficiently installed.
We expect to have David to return to work and learn more with us in August, but in the meantime he has produced a blog post outlining some of the experiences he had while spending time here with Doug Roberts, Owner and Installation Expert, at Roberts Elevators & Lifts.
You can have a look at David's blog post entitled "Life's Ups and Downs in Elevators and Lifts" here!
Victory Sliding doors are used in custom home elevators when the designer wants to take the home to a modern, fresh level. A fine example is showcased below.
This custom home is among the greats in Greater Vancouver, boasting a rec room, a separate games room, a home theatre and a custom finished office. It offers a total of four bedrooms and four bathrooms, all with a host of amenities designed to make this 4800 sq ft home stand out. Of special interest to us of course, is the contemporarily designed Crystal Home Elevator, built by RAM Manufacturing in Edmonton, and installed by Roberts Elevators & Lifts.
This unit was closely designed alongside a very talented contracting firm, Tri-West Construction of Langley, BC. Every detail was considered, and the end result is truly fabulous. For more information on Custom Home Elevators, call us today.
A new project was brought to us this Spring in Vancouver, that involved a the installation of a wheelchair lift so that our client could bring his father home from rehabilitation. He recently suffered a traumatic brain event, and as such has been left somewhat unstable at times which necessitates the use of either a wheelchair or a walker for his safety.
The main concern was getting the gentleman into the home. The main floor allowed him living space, but in order to access this floor, a set of 6 stairs needed to be dealt with. This is where Roberts Elevators & Lifts was able to help.
After visiting the home, we were able to quickly assess the best location for a Trus<T> Lift wheelchair lift, as well as the modifications that would be necessary for proper installation. We were able to suggest a few local contractors that would be able to help with the concrete pouring, as well as the railing work required, and spoke in detail with our customer about the installation process ahead.
A 52” travel height was all this family needed to allow safe passage onto the deck and into the home. This project ended up being very straightforward, and yet provided level of safety to the user that would not otherwise be possible.
For information on how a wheelchair lift might work for your space, please call Bobbi @ (604) 812-2292.