Freedom Outdoor Wheelchair Lifts for homes are the perfect economical solution to your accessibility needs. We know that even a small porch or a few steps can be a large barrier for someone in a wheelchair. Trust the Freedom lift system to take those barriers away, allowing all family members accessible entrance into and out of their home. A handicapped accessible wheelchair lift will help keep seniors live in their own home longer, by providing a smooth and safe transfer to a different level improving independence and overall quality of life.
Outdoor Wheelchair Lifts for Home - Indoor or Outdoor Installation.
The outdoor residential wheelchair lift is often more affordable than installing unsightly ramps to gain access to your home. Designed for the easiest installation, Freedom outdoor wheelchair lifts can be in place and operational the same day you receive it, with enough preparation. At Accessibility Professionals we want you to live easier in a safe home environment, with Freedom Wheelchair Lifts for homes.
Maximum lifting height 28” (adjustable to actual landing height.)
Tower located on the left at lower access
750lbs weight capacity 8 feet/minute lift speed
Constant pressure Soft Touch control pads for easy operation
Solid handrail and control wall - NOW INCLUDED
Sturdy and durable weather resistant design
8” positive action folding toe plate
Zero load start for cold weather climates
Fuse box and mechanics easily accessible from top or carriage side
Smooth and quiet performance
Upgrade to DC Power battery backup
Color upgrade to all black
4 styles of remote call stations
ASME 18.1 compliance package*
Residential Safety package upgrade: Solid platform with a safety pan,18” toe plate
Upper landing gate with interlock
Interlock only for customer supplied upper landing gate
*ASME 18.1 Compliance package is required to meet latest ASME requirements, for residential lifts that require an inspection.
This video describes how to best unpack your VPL from Freedom Lift Systems.
Preparation for your Freedom Vertical Platform Lift
How to best prepare for the installation of your Freedom Lift.
Installing a Freedom Vertical Platform Lift
This video is a step by step guide for installing a Freedom Porch Lift.
Freedom Wheelchair Lift for Home
Install a wheelchair lift in 30 minutes.
The installation went very well by the way. The sections were heavy - which is a good thing. So we made up a little cart using part of the pallet the unit was shipped on as well as four casters from a toolbox. That allowed us to roll the heaviest section of the unit from the garage into the breezeway. The only extra help we needed was our big son-in-law who helped with the final push into position.
Just as a note, we designed this new house with a ramp in the breezeway with the thought that a ramp was inexpensive and needed no maintenance etc. However, what we found was that the ramp did take up a lot of space, at times was still a hard climb and sometimes the ride down was just a little too exciting!
For instance, in late December of 2020, we were headed out to the Christmas Eve service at church and I was playing Silent Night on my guitar for the service. Going down the ramp, I lost control of my wheelchair, probably because I was trying to also carry my guitar in its case. The guitar was well protected in its case which was a good thing as we both hit the doorframe at the bottom of the ramp. It was not until we got home that night that it was discovered that my good guitar had a 10" long crack in the back. Not a good thing! t was repaired but the ramp idea was not looking so good anymore.
Now that we have the porch lift installed, we are amazed at how much easier it is to enter and exit the house. Even while carrying a load. It means that I can take out the compost for example so that my wife doesn't have to do everything! And we have much more floor space available in the breezeway.
We should have called you right away when we designed this house and skipped the ramp altogether! Hope these photos help you and maybe someone else who is struggling with home accessibility.
Ed & Karen McGugan, ON, Canada
The chair lift came in on the 19th of January. Our son installed in a couple of hours by himself. Works wonderful now my husband can get in and out of the house safely. The lift arrived without one piece of the shrink wrap snagged. A great job in packaging. We salvaged the 2x4 and built some shelves in the garage.