Contractor-Preferred for Elevator Installation and Service
Elevators of Texas, Inc
Welcome to Elevators of Texas, your premier source for high-quality commercial and residential elevators in Houston. With over 35 years of experience, we are dedicated to providing top-notch elevator solutions to meet your needs.
Looking for home elevators in Houston? Look no further than Elevators of Texas. We specialize in installing a full range of customizable home elevator solutions, including chain-driven elevators, hydraulic elevators, and cable-driven elevators. We offer elevators in a variety of sizes and finishes to match your space and budget.
Our commercial elevator solutions are also second to none. We carry top brands such as LULA and our commercial elevators are perfect for buildings with two to four floors. Our elevators can support heavy loads of up to 1400 lbs, and are extremely reliable. They are perfect for office buildings, retail stores, and many more!
In addition to elevators, we offer a range of other lift solutions to meet your needs, including wheelchair lifts, dumbwaiters, pool lifts, and stairlifts. Our stairlifts are perfect for anyone who has difficulty going up and down stairs, making your whole home accessible again.
At Elevators of Texas, we are a locally owned and operated business that values our customers above all else. We offer extremely competitive and fair pricing, and we always work to find the best solution for you. So why wait? If you’re looking for the best home elevators or other lift solutions in Houston, contact us today!
We install a full range of home elevator solutions to meet your project needs. We install chain-driven elevators, hydraulic elevators and cable-driven elevators, all in customizable sizes and finishes to match your space and budget.
Designed for use in low-rise buildings comprising two to four floors, this heavy-duty, fully enclosed elevator is rated for loads of up to 1400 lbs, and features automatic sliding doors.
Platform wheelchair lifts travel vertically between levels. They are often used in outdoor settings where they can operate next to conventional steps, or in new construction where space can be made available for them.