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Panoramic indoor homelifts: when waiting becomes an emotion

It always happens like this when you take the elevator: you press the call button, enter the cabin, and then… you wait, often adjusting your clothes or thinking about the day ahead, waiting for the elevator to reach the desired floor before exiting and letting the doors close. As you may have guessed, nothing exciting. Or maybe not. What if the elevator ride was also an emotion? What if the wait for the floor was one more opportunity to marvel? It is possible, thanks to panoramic indoor homelifts.

What does panoramic mean? What are the features of panoramic indoor homelifts? What are the advantages? What is the added value that it can bring to a house or an apartment block? Let’s find out below.

Panoramic homelifts what are they?

Panoramic homelifts, in short, are nothing more than a type of elevator designed and built with partially or fully glazed walls. It is the glass in this case, with its transparency, that guarantees the panoramic view and beauty of the lifting system. The installation of panoramic indoor homelifts can take place inside a building but also outside, as the materials used can withstand atmospheric agents and the wear and tear of time, with a construction process that occurs in relatively short times.

As for the drive system, panoramic elevators are very similar to classic elevators. Just like the latter, the drive system can be chosen between hydraulic, or electric based on the context in which they will be installed.

The strengths of panoramic indoor homelifts

The primary advantages of panoramic elevators are obviously linked to the very nature of an elevator. First of all, the ability to break down architectural barriers and provide valuable assistance for elderly people and those with disabilities, allowing them to live their daily lives and their homes independently.

Then there are advantages related to the size of the elevator and the fact that it is not particularly invasive. Unlike classic elevators, homelifts allow to optimize spaces, even when they are extremely narrow; moreover, homelifts can use 230 W single-phase domestic energy supply, ensuring significant savings. The last advantage, not least in importance: mini elevators do not require a pit or headroom.

And now we come to the specific advantages of indoor elevators. Panoramic solutions, especially indoor ones, are the ideal solution for small stairwells, making the cabin brighter, reducing the possible feeling of claustrophobia, and obviously allowing users to enjoy the view outside during the journey. And since we are talking about views, it is also important to look to the future. Installing the panoramic indoor homelift adds value to the property or apartment block. Think of the early 20th-century buildings, which can thus become more attractive in the eyes of potential future buyers looking for an accessible home with innovative features. It is no coincidence that panoramic indoor homelifts are increasingly in demand.

This is also thanks to the careful design that allows for a system capable of combining functionality, technology, and aesthetics.

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