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How Home Lifts will Save the World...

VM Home Lift

The VM is a functional, well priced lift, with a classic design

VE Enclosed Lift

The VE expands on the functionality of the VM, with a wider feature set

Elesse Luxury Lift

The Elesse is designed to be a comforable, modern alternative to the stairlift

SP Step Lift

Our smallest platform lift; not to be underestimated!

LR Platform Lift

A step up in height from our SP, but keeping compact

Liberty Open Lift

Our powerful, customisable, open platform lift

Liberty 3 Lift

A potential 6 meters travel with omnidirectional stopping

PLG7 Incline Platform

A unique incline platform stairlift design

At Wessex, we think home lifts are pretty great, but could they, one day, save the world?

The following infographic might provide an insight into this bold claim!

An infographic describing how home lifts could, one day, save the world!

A transcription of the infographic image is here:

"How home lifts are going to save the world..." by Wessex Lifts

Problem 1: Our population is growing

Global population growth amounts to around 83 million people per year, and it's estimated that by the end of the century, the population of planet earth will be at 11.2 billion...

Problem 2: Our population is aging

In 2017, the global population aged 60 years or over numbered 962 million; over double what it was in 1980 where there were 382 million. Modern medicine simply allows more people to live longer.

Problem 3: We're running out of space

The UK percentage of new-builds that are bungalows went from 7% in 1996 to just 1% in 2014, whilst in the same timeframe, flats and maisonettes went from 15% to 33%. This is because more people can live in the same amount of land when flats are constructed, compared to bungalows. Combined with growing populations, the upshot is that bungalows will not be viable in the future...

The Solution: The Home Lift

  • Quick and easy to install

  • Small footprint

  • Stay in your current home

  • Won't obstruct your staircase

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The National House Building Council