Why Your Business Should Install a Commercial Lift

At Express Mobility Services, we specialize in providing mobility solutions for individuals and businesses. We've made it our business to provide some of the highest quality, most reliable powered wheelchairs, stair lifts, and commercial lifts in the business, and we're always proud to be able to improve the efficiency of our customers. But commercial lifts are about more than just convenience - they're vital for the safety and accessibility of many people. For this blog, we're going to discuss why your business should install a commercial lift.

Freedom of Access & Freedom from Worry

Commercial Vertical Platform lifts are specialized, built-to-spec lifts that provide a complete mobility solution for businesses, schools, offices, or group homes. They can easily lift 750 pounds up to 14 feet, making them an ideal solution for mobility access and safe cargo lifting. This is important for a couple of reasons. If your business has a high cargo deck and you regularly need to lift heavy loads, a commercial lift can help protect your workers by providing a dependable and safe solution. If your building is only accessible by stairs and building a ramp is impractical, a commercial lift can make your building accessible to everyone - and ADA compliant. At Express Mobility Services, we take pride in providing dependable quality, every time. We'll work with you to analyze your unique space and needs, designing a custom solution that perfectly fits your building. We use only the highest quality motors and materials, so our lifts provide a quiet, smooth ride, unparalleled safety, and intuitive controls. They're even functional during power outages! Have more questions about commercial lifts or want to talk about installing one for your business? We're here to help. Feel free to reach out to us at our contact page, read up on our FAQ, or request more information about our lifts. We can't wait to hear from you, and we look forward to seeing you back at this blog for more information about all things mobility.


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