PVE Pneumatic Home Elevators Approved in Massachusetts!

PVE Pneumatic Home Elevators Approved in Massachusetts!

MASSACHUSETTS,  April 21, 2018 – Nationwide Lifts is pleased to announce that Residents of Massachusetts are now free to take advantage of this innovative, energy efficient, self-supporting home elevator that can be easily retro-fitted in an existing home. The Pneumatic home elevators come in three sizes, require minimal space, do not require a pit or a machine room and can be installed in as little […]

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Is the Commonwealth of Mass Over-regulated?

Is the Commonwealth of Mass Over-regulated?

More than on occasion we stumble across a home elevator, dumbwaiter or wheelchair lift that was installed illegally in Massachusetts. Unbeknownst to the average Massachusetts homeowner or general contractor, all elevators, dumbwaiters and wheelchair lifts installed in private residences fall under the Mass 524 CMR Board of Elevator Regulations. Residential units must be installed by a Massachusetts licensed elevator mechanic and inspected by the state. […]

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Pneumatic Home Elevators In Massachusetts

Pneumatic Home Elevators In Massachusetts

Pneumatic Home Elevators are not currently allowed in Massachusetts.  The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is one of the only remaining States in the Nation that has not approved this elevator.  The manufacturer, Pneumatic Vacuum Elevators, LLC (located in Florida), has approached the Massachusetts Elevator Safety Board a number of times, most recently earlier in 2015, and the Board of Elevator’s stance is that they are operating on […]

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“The rich are different. They have home elevators.”

“The rich are different. They have home elevators.”

In a recent Boston Globe article, “The rich are different. They have home elevators,” writer Beth Teitell explains how home elevators have become more popular in recent years. This is true, however, they have also become more affordable over the years, similar to the home computer. A two-stop home elevator, serving two floors of a home, can start at under $30,000 (not including the modifications to […]

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