Image Top

Vertical Platform Lift

Secure access to your porch, deck or basement with a Bruno vertical platform lift for your home. People in scooters, wheelchairs and powerchairs will enjoy a smooth, quiet ride from one level to another. Bruno wheelchair lifts offer access up to 14-feet.

Made in the USA

View More

Ramp vs Vertical Platform Lift: If access is more than 24" off grade, a vertical platform lift is usually the best option. Ramps require 12" horizontal travel for every 1" vertical travel. For example, a 36" rise would require a 36' ramp. Ramps take up significant space and can be fatiguing. A vertical platform lift is compact and automatically powered.

Inside or Outside? Bruno vertical platform wheelchair lifts can be used outside or inside. Outside installations are so common that vertical platform lifts are often called “porch lifts” due to the common use of accessing porches and decks. Garages are a popular indoor installation of wheelchair lifts.

View Less



Residential Vertical Platform Lift

Sometimes called a porch lift, a Bruno vertical platform lift gives people in scooters, wheelchairs or powerchairs the ability to easily enter/exit their home -- even if they have steps into their house from a porch or garage. In addition, vertical platform lifts can offer barrier-free access to decks or basements. Bruno wheelchair lifts are Made in the USA and can access up to 14-feet.

See Details



Commercial Vertical Platform Lift

If you need to make a church, school, office or other public building accessible for people with limited mobility, consider a Bruno commercial vertical platform Lift. Let a Bruno representative provide guidance on how to meet ANSI A117.1 National Accessibility requirements (Americans with Disabilities Act) and which vertical platform lift is the best solution for your project.

Architect Resources