Commercial elevators are distinguished by their heavier loading capacity and bigger car size when compared to residential elevators. They serve to transport a large number of people, including wheelchair users, as well as heavy goods between the floors of a building. Installed in offices, hospitals, and other public buildings, these elevators are designed to meet the standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act and latest elevator codes. Building codes as prescribed by American with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) also have to be followed when setting up a commercial elevator to ensure that commercial buildings are easily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities.
Premium Elevator Models for Commercial Use
As a responsible provider of accessibility equipment, Halley Elevator offers commercial elevators that meet all necessary safety standards as well as LULA (Limited Use or Limited Application) elevators that are ideal for low-rise commercial buildings, schools and churches. A LULA elevator has the look and feel of a commercial elevator, but on a smaller scale. The LULA elevators that we supply offer all the standard features of commercial elevators and are designed to provide users with safe vertical transportation in low-rise buildings in Mass, NH