Terry Lifts Ltd
Unit 1 Longridge Trading Estate Longridge Knutsford Cheshire WA16 8PR UK
0345 365 5366 email@example.com https://www.terrylifts.co.uk
The Harmony Through Floor Lift is a safe and easy-to-use solution for homes where stairs prevent independent access between two floors. It comes with a market-leading range of car sizes, so there is a solution to meet every need. The lift car is optimised for space and features a low floor for easy wheelchair access and egress. Installation is flexible, as the lift can be fitted across windows or against non-load bearing walls, with only minimal headroom required at the first floor.
Where can I buy this product?
If you would like to buy this item or need any further information, please contact one of the national suppliers listed below. We list all UK national suppliers that have told us they sell this item.
The following suppliers have not updated their product details for over two years. We list the last price they entered but provide less information on them. These records will be removed after three years. They can update their records using our self-service system.
If you are one of the suppliers listed here, and don't know how to update your product information please contact our Data Services team to find out how to update your information.
Help and advice
When considering which type of lift, and which features, best suits your needs an individual assessment with an occupational therapist is strongly recommended.
On through floor lifts the lift car is
either partially or fully enclosed and usually
travels up and down a wall-fixed track/s.
Partially enclosed cars enable the user to
see outside and may be more suitable for
users who do not like enclosed spaces.
doors on both totally and partially enclosed
carriages are electronically interlocked as a
safety precaution so that they can not be
opened when the lift is moving and the lift
will not move if the door is open.
In order to travel between floors a trap door
or aperture is constructed in the ceiling / floor
which automatically opens and closes.
When the lift is on the ground floor the gap
in the ceiling is covered by an infill that
matches the ceiling of the room, whilst in the
upper room the infill blends in with the
carpet in that room.
Plan ahead to ensure that the lift will be suitable for
the size of any wheelchair/s that may be used in the future, and for the combined weight
of the wheelchair and occupant.
It is essential that the lift is installed by
a qualified engineer, that regular
maintenance is carried out and that lifts
are inspected and tested to the manufacturer's requirements. For many lifts this is an inspection every six
months by a qualified lift engineer.