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Door Surrounds A STANDARD requirement for our elevator installation is provision of a raw door opening that is 20mm (0.78") wider on each side and also above the door frame. This allows some flexibility with the installation and caters for openings slightly out of plumb. Once the door and frame has been installed, the typical finish that is done is grouting... Examples of Arpa Cabins I am text block. Click edit button to change this text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo. Stone Floor Examples WHAT A lot of our clients love about our range of elevators is that we have a premium option where we can install a stone floor into their elevator. Supplied in one piece, it eliminates grout lines and work by others. Examples of Stainless Steel Cabins STAINLESS STEEL offers clients a sleek clean look that can tie into any design brief – we have a huge range of colours and textures available. The following images shows what can be achieved by making your selection purely from our stainless-steel range – you won’t be disappointed. Cabin Options THE RANGE of cabin designs and styles are endless, the following images demonstrate the multiple options that are available to meet all budgets. Can Elevator Boutique provide a glass shaft ? FOR THE absolute minimum of fuss and for a great standout feature, we can provide glass shafts for both internal and external locations. The structural components of the shafts can be aluminum (anodized or powdercoated), powdercoated steel or stainless steel. The infill cladding panels can be any combination of powdercoated steel sheets, aluminu... Examples of retrofits Cherished family home + treasured memories + great location +multi-levels = NO PROBLEM As stairs become an issue in existing multi-level homes, clients often approach us to explore the options available for future proofing their homes to overcome this difficulty. With a collaboration between our experienced team, the clients and often their A... Are elevators pet friendly No reason why man’s best friend can’t also enjoy the comforts and ease of access offered by our lifts. Examples of shaft load bearing walls OUR LIFTS have a very small building impact and only require one load bearing wall – this is normally on the left or right hand sides but can sometimes be the rear wall. The usual construction method is 190mm thick solid reinforced blockwork. However, any other type of wall can be provided, as long as it has the necessary structural strength and...