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Dive into the intricacies of the ASME A17.1-2016/CSA B44-16 Safety Code in our latest blog post. We break down the 3/4 & 4 rule for door clearances in elevator hoistways, highlighting essential guidelines for mechanics and inspectors. Learn about common violations, specific design considerations, and practical tips for compliance. Elevator safety starts here!
Haven’t you ever wished your house could feel more luxurious? Wouldn’t you like to stop getting winded every time you march up the stairs to your bedroom?
For homeowners looking for an easier way to move from one floor of their home to another, turn to Mobility123, the most trusted and certified Stiltz lift installers in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
You may not be able to move the way you once did, but that’s no reason for a part of your own home to be off-limits to you. Limited mobility doesn’t have to stop you from moving around your house freely and safely if you get an installation from the leading residential elevator company in New Jersey: Mobility123.
Every parent wants to keep their kids safe, and safety becomes even more important if you have a home elevator. Children tend to be naturally curious, and they love to touch the new objects in their environment. Imagine how interesting and novel an elevator looks to a small child who’s often climbing in and out of boxes. At Mobility123, we provide elevators for NJ homes, with a goal of exceeding customer expectations regarding both safety and quality. Take a look at these safety tips to help keep your kids out of harm’s way!
The older that we get, the more we long for the autonomy and the independence we once felt in our youth. Physical ailments, past surgeries, and injuries can make us feel restricted in what we do, and where we go every day. It’s with hope, and certification, that we here at Mobility123 see that you have the home and the lifestyle that you want in your later years. Since 2003, our team here has specialized in independent living solutions that simplify daily routines, and alleviate the anxiety and the frustrations of aging.
All parents want to keep their children safe. If you have a home elevator, safety becomes even more important. Children are naturally curious, and they love to touch the objects around them. Imagine how interesting an elevator looks to a small child who enjoys climbing in and out of boxes. At Mobility123, we provide home elevators in NJ and home elevators in PA. It is our goal to offer elevators that exceed customer expectations in terms of both quality and safety. That’s why we have four safety tips for those with children who live in homes with elevators.
Years ago, in-home elevators were a symbol of being rich and famous. Nowadays, however, in-home elevators are practical additions to many peoples’ homes. At Mobility123, we design and install a wide range of in-home elevators for residential customers who are looking for a functional investment in their homes. Mobility123 is the leader when it comes to in-home elevators. In this blog, we’re going to touch upon five perks of having one in your home. Here they are:
Senior citizens living alone in Pennsylvania face many challenges that younger people may not even think about. For most of us, our home is the safest space in our lives – but for the elderly, the home can be a hot spot of risks for slips, falls, and other dangers. If your loved one lives alone, be sure to watch out for the most common causes of injury for the elderly, which include: