Commercial and public spaces are at their best when every guest can fully use them. However, space limitations may present an obstacle to full mobility. Whether it’s a medical building, place of worship, school, or office, sometimes the design won’t accommodate a full-sized commercial elevator. Fortunately, you can still create an accessible and ADA compliant location. LULA lifts provide a practical and affordable mobility solution for tight spaces.Read More
Public buildings function at their best when they are as accessible and safe as possible, especially for those with mobility challenges.
Of course, when you are a commercial property owner or designer, there are expense and timeline factors that you need to consider when optimizing a space. Putting all the pieces together can be challenging, but a LULA elevator offers a practical and cost-effective solution, especially when space is limited.
LULA elevators are compact compared to full-size passenger elevators and require less square footage and power. As a result, they’re an efficient and practical option for places like churches, schools, restaurants, and medical buildings.
Find out more about how a fully customizable LULA elevator can serve your needs.Read More
One thing that we are often asked by our clients is: do accessibility lifts and LULA elevators comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements? In order to answer that, we will first start off with a high level overview of what the ADA is and where it applies. Then, we’ll tackle the question of where accessibility lifts and LULA elevators fit into the equation!Read More
You may have heard of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), but did you know that there are other architectural accessibility laws out there, too? If you are a professional in the construction industry or legal field, you may already be familiar with them, but many people are not. Here is a list of some architectural accessibility laws in the United States:
· The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
· State and local accessibility lawsRead More