Accessible housing by design : lifts and residential elevators.: NH18-24/63C-2016E-PDF

Residential lifts and elevators can benefit many people — particularly seniors who want to remain in their homes despite a loss of mobility, strength or agility. This fact sheet tells you about the types of residential lifts and elevators that are commonly available in Canada. It also tells you about some of the things you should consider when choosing and installing an elevator or lift in your home.

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Department/Agency Canada. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
Title Accessible housing by design : lifts and residential elevators.
Publication type Monograph
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Earlier edition Accessible housing by design : Rev. 2010
Format Electronic
Electronic document

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Note(s) Caption title.
Originally published 2010 as no. CE 63c of series "About your house".
Issued also in French under title: Une habitation accessible dès la conception : les élévateurs et les ascenseurs résidentiels.
Includes bibliographic references.
Publishing information [Ottawa] : Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation,c2016.
Description 11 p. : ill. (some col.)
Catalogue number
  • NH18-24/63C-2016E-PDF
Subject terms Housing, Household equipment

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