I had often wondered what it would be like to have a lift in the house. Being able to heavy boxes and small pieces of furniture upstairs. Allowing my friend who is in a wheelchair to get to the library upstairs.
This year I found myself inheriting one when I moved house. It is a Pollock lift, through a floor similar to the one shown below. Pollock were very helpful and came to service it and make sure it was working correctly. Its remote controls were no longer working well and a mirror from inside the cab was strangely missing. Pollock arranged to replace them. The swiftness with which they arrived was also excellent.
There are many reasons why you may want or need a lift, mobility problems being the main one. A lift can make a world of difference in enabling you to use your whole house and not be limited to lower floors.
The lift I have is nearly 10 years old but still going strong.
In the pursuit of creating a more accessible and environmentally conscious living environment, Pollock Lifts has emerged as a pioneer in the field of home mobility solutions. Since 1983, the company has been at the forefront of lift access solutions, understanding the unique challenges faced by individuals with mobility issues. With a dedicated support team available 24/7, customers can trust that their needs will be met promptly and efficiently.
Among its impressive array of offerings stands out the Eco Through Floor Lift with traction drive—a testament to innovation, efficiency, and unparalleled convenience. Gone are the days of clunky hydraulic systems that consume excessive power and pose maintenance challenges. Pollock Lifts’ traction drive technology heralds a new era of clean and sustainable mobility solutions.
By harnessing the power of an electric motor, this system operates with remarkable efficiency, requiring a staggering 56% less power compared to traditional hydraulic lifts. This not only translates to significant energy savings but also contributes to reducing our carbon footprint—an imperative in today’s eco-conscious world. With no hydraulic components prone to leaks or malfunctions, homeowners can rest assured of a seamless and hassle-free experience. Moreover, the absence of hydraulic mechanisms eliminates the risk of “creeping” in colder temperatures, ensuring reliable performance year-round.