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Last Updated on April 11, 2014


If you or your loved one uses a wheelchair, you know that entering and exiting your home can be tricky. Fortunately, the Bruno wheelchair lift provides a functional and affordable alternative to costly wheelchair vans. If you need efficient access to a raised deck, porch, or even between the floors of your house, explore the Bruno vertical lift’s remarkable features to find out why Bruno is the most trusted name in chair lifts:

  • Self-Lowering Ramp

For years, ramps of all kinds have helped wheelchair-bound Americans do whatever they put their minds to. The Bruno wheelchair lift is no exception: Its innovative, self-lowering ramp allows you or your loved one to move effortlessly from platform to entryway.

  • Spacious Platform

A Bruno wheelchair lift boasts a 36″ x 48″ non-skid platform to guarantee maximum comfort. The bottom platform panel ensures your safety, and 42″ high side walls provide extra structure and stability.

  • Accessible Switches

The Bruno lift is easy to operate even for those with the most complex mobility needs. Separate up and down push-button switches with key switch control with an extra emergency stop button quickly erase the barriers between you and your door.

  • Large Lifting Capacity

The Bruno VPL-3100 vertical platform lift has a 750-pound lifting capacity that permits vertical transport all the way up to 75″—over six feet high!

  • Extra Safety Features

All Bruno wheelchair lifts come equipped with spring sensitive bottom plates that shut the unit down if an obstruction is encountered. Solenoid actuated braking at the landings makes the transition from the platform to your home smooth and safe every time.

If you live in New Jersey and want to learn more about your options for renting, purchasing, or installing a Bruno wheelchair lift, call Williams Lift Company at 908-322-7070 today. We are committed to providing the best customer service and high-quality, affordable products to all residents of Morris, Somerset, Middlesex, and Bergen counties.