Home Elevators in Minnesota

Travel Effortlessly Floor to Floor in the Luxury of Your Own Elevator

Home Elevators Minnesota

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A residential elevator from Premier Lift Products, Inc. can be designed to meet your needs and match your home’s decor. The elevators we install will provide you with safe access to every level of your home. Your elevator can be designed to match the existing woodwork, cabinetry and hardware fixtures in your home. Whether your taste leans towards basic and functional, or extravagant and luxurious, we can provide the right elevator for you. Our many years of experience working with architects, Elevator Inspectors, builders and home owners enables us to design & install an elevator that will meet your needs in accordance with all current regulations.

Each elevator is custom designed by experienced professional engineers at manufacturers with a multitude of experience.  As an independent distribution and installation company, Premier Lift Products, Inc. is not locked into one particular supplier – We represent several leading elevator equipment manufacturers because we do not believe in the “one size fits all” mentality of some of our competitors’.  This gives us the ability to provide the equipment that is best suited for your situation.  We have done the research for you … determining which products are the highest quality and most reliable. Call or email us to schedule an appointment today, our team is ready to assist you.

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Compact and Nearly Unnoticed

An elevator can fit in a space as small as 20 square feet. The elevator shaft typically looks like a closet with the elevator shaft door matching the other doors in the home.  Additionally, many architects and builders are designing space into new homes for a future elevator. Every home with more than one level should be built with this option in mind for the future.

An Accessible Home Is a Home for Life

No need to move out of your home when you encounter mobility problems. An elevator can also allow you to care for aging parents at home – saving the cost and emotional turmoil of assisted living facilities

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Sometimes It Can Be More Economical to Go Taller Rather than Wider or Longer

Adding an elevator can allow you to gain square footage in the home by going up with additional levels.  This can be especially useful in small, narrow or waterfront lots. The cost of the elevator and additional square footage can typically be offset by savings of a smaller overall footprint of the home… making it an environmentally sound solution. For years, developers have been building “up”, rather than “out” using elevators as an economical way to get as many homes as possible on prime real estate locations.

Home Elevators Are an Affordable Solution—Not Just for the Wealthy

Do you remember when only a Millionaire could afford a home elevator? In reality, a home elevator can be as low in cost as a midsize car. The cost of a home elevator can be right in line with a great media room or high end professional kitchen appliances.  In terms of today’s assisted living costs, a home elevator can cost less than 6 months in a nursing home!

Elevators Can Increase the Resale Value and Marketability of a Home

An elevator opens the doors to more potential buyers … those concerned about future accessibility needs for themselves, their friends and their families.  Practicality aside, an elevator is a tasteful touch of luxury that makes a big impression. Many architects & designers are designing homes with stacked closets, so if the need arises a shaft is ready and waiting for your elevator.


Before beginning construction, it is important that you obtain an actual layout drawing for your specific application. Contact the sales staff at Premier Lift Products, Inc. for complete specifications. All residential elevators must be manufactured in accordance with certain performance and safety standards. The code standard most widely recognized and enforced is ASME ANSI A17.1 Part 5. Some state and local standards may vary … so check with local authorities to assure compliance. All elevators must be installed in accordance with all applicable elevator, building, electrical and fire codes in force at the location of the installation. Specifications and dimensions are subject to change, without notice, due to product enhancements or evolving codes.

Residential / Home Elevator Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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Also see our general Frequently Asked Questions page for information on code compliance and funding sources.