Platform Lifts | Installed in the GTA


Whether you’re looking for a vertical platform lift or an inclined platform lift, MedyMate will find you the best solution for full access to your porch, garage, or other application.

Residential Platform lifts can come in all shapes and sizes. Many are purpose-built for indoor or outdoor use and have features specific to the needs of the home or venue. Platform Lifts can be categorized in different ways: VPLs (vertical platform lifts), also called “porch lifts”, can be installed indoors or outdoors, and act more as an open elevator. Inclined Platform Wheelchair lifts, as the name suggests, are similar to stairlifts with wheelchair platforms rather than stand-alone seats.

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Vertical Platform Lift vs Inclined Platform Lift:
Both types of lifts are ideal for transporting wheelchair users. A vertical platform lift travels vertically to a deck, porch, or other ledge, while an inclined platform lift travels along the pathway of an existing staircase.

Weight capacity: 500-750lbs

After Sale Support:
What happens after installation? After the platform lift becomes a part of your home, it’s important to have support for any issues that might arise. All lifts are backed by One-year Limited. Service Warranty in addition to the brand’s individual warranty.

Serving Pickering Area

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Google Review

1 year ago

Great experience with the sales rep over the phone Keith clearly explained all our options and sold us the best product for my father-in-law The installation could not have gone better Larry had the experience of the product and the respect for dad was very clean with the installation also very pleased with his patients with dad when teaching him how to use the lift ... hats off

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