Ceiling Lifts

Ceiling Lifts in Vancouver

Ceiling lifts are very versatile in their uses. They typically allow for patients to be transferred between many surfaces such as beds, wheelchairs, commodes, bathtubs or other places throughout the home. Ceiling lifts also contribute to reducing the risk of injury to caregivers when relocating their patients.

They are suitable for places that have limited space such as small bathrooms and tight rooms. For chair-to-bed and bed-to-chair transfers, ceiling hoists use less operational space than you would think.

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Ceiling lifts require minimal effort to operate and can usually be operated by only one caregiver.

Space Saving

Taking up absolutely no floor space, ceiling lifts are the most ideal solution where space is limited.

Time Efficient

A ceiling lift makes the transfer process faster, easier and safer for caregivers compared to manual transfers.

How do I know if a ceiling lift is the right choice for my home?

If you have trouble getting in and out of bed, on and off of any chair or toilet in your home, or if your caretaker would appreciate the help while transferring you, then a ceiling lift could be a great option for you.

Can you use a ceiling track hoist on your own?

It is possible for one person to use a ceiling hoist thanks to single-user hoist systems. With innovative equipment and hoist track components, you can move patients around by yourself and give them your full attention without having to worry about manual tasks.

How is a ceiling lift powered?

Ceiling lifts are powered either by batteries or by electricity from an outlet in the room.

How much does a ceiling lift cost?

The cost of a ceiling lift depends entirely upon the configuration. We offer fixed tracks that range from straight tracks to custom curved tracks and XY gantry systems as well as portable/semi portable solutions. Let us know what type of space that you are considering a ceiling lift for and we would be happy to give you an estimate.

How long will it take to install a ceiling lift in my home?

Anywhere from 20 minutes to a full day depending on the configuration mentioned in the previous question.

Ceiling Lifts Vancouver

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