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When I was in college, my professor told me to going up stairs instead of using elevator to get the classroom at the 4rd level of the building. But we’re all in the class just laughing it, even though we knew that was not a joke. â€śAs youth generation, you must get more physical movement instead of standing up in the elevator with your laziness, â€ť he added. Okay guys, that’s only a little old story of me. I just want to share some information about Homes Elevators. As most of people do, until now I think elevator is designed for public building only, but I’m wrong as actually there are Residential Elevators designed for private residence.
Why do we need to install an elevator at home? Won’t it make people become lazy at home? No, in this case, Home Elevator is especially designed to help disabled people to get around in their own home and reducing dependencies to other people’s help. If someone in your family is wheelchair bound, an elevator is the best way to let them live more independently. I know it will require more energy to waste, but I think it’s worth to implement. What do you think?