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We are experts in the development of
accessibility solutions


There are multiple solutions for people with mobility problems or reduced mobility to access their homes. Taking into account the different scenarios with architectural barriers, and correctly diagnosing the problem, it is possible to install and offer the right solution in the best possible way at an affordable cost.

It is not always easy to obtain the best solution to overcome the different architectural barriers, and also to comply with the different town planning regulations that regulate this aspect, but we always try to comply with the installation in the most suitable place for people with reduced mobility, complying with the legality in this type of installations currently in force.

Stairlifts Platforms
inclined (straight/curved)

Whether it is a straight or curved flight of stairs, with the stairlift platform you can climb reliably without any difficulty. It is one of the most economical, quickest and simplest solutions for making any residential building accessible.

They have a load limit of up to 300 kg for straight and curved flights of stairs, a speed of 0.10 m/s, and a number of features to make life easier. Thanks to their unique design, they interfere as little as possible with the passage of other tenants in the building, being installed along the staircase. They include a folding seat for ease of use and have additional safety features.

The most important thing is that it adapts to straight and curved stairs, managing to save stretches of up to 2.20 m in straight stairs and even managing to save the entire length of the staircase in curved stretches, with different stops. All residents will benefit from this installation.

Stairlift platform

They are the recommended option and are obligatory due to accessibility regulations if there is sufficient space for their installation, as their use is completely autonomous and they are always ready for use, as there is no waiting time for the stairlift platform to be placed in its position of use.

Faced with a complex building structure and design, vertical platform lifts are used to overcome those architectural barriers that impede the development of disabled people’s lives. They can be installed both indoors and outdoors, as they can be protected by glass enclosures that protect the user from the weather.

The vertical platform lifts for disabled persons can hold a maximum of 380 kg and move at a speed of 0.15 m/s.

Elevators/Lifts for
residential housing

We manufacture and install elevators and lifts in residential buildings where it is necessary to provide a simple solution to the accessibility of the building.

Lifts have some advantages over elevators, for example, they reach a higher speed of up to 1m/s, and they are also the most suitable product for more intensive use and/or with a higher number of users.lifts have some advantages over elevators, for example, they reach a higher speed of up to 1m/s, and they are also the most suitable product for more intensive use and/or with a higher number of users.

Lifts, on the other hand, although slower, are easier to install and the regulations governing them are less strict.

There are different models and types of lifts and elevators that adapt to the particular situation of each home, and that integrate with the building, providing mobility and accessibility solutions to the space where they are installed.

Automatic hidden ramp

It is the most innovative and simple solution to save one or two steps, depending on the existing space, without modifying any element or changing the existing aesthetics of the building’s entrance.

It is installed by means of a metal cassette, which contains all the mechanical and electrical elements, and is embedded in the upper part of the steps. It can be hidden by the same existing material or even be concealed by a normal cleaning carpet.

It deploys automatically, does not require any special electrical installation and has a resistance of up to 250 kg.

Stairlifts Chairs

Stairlifts are products designed to economically eliminate architectural barriers in homes and spaces where no other type of installation is possible. Stairlifts are products designed to economically eliminate architectural barriers in homes and spaces where no other type of installation is possible.

We have straight stairlifts, specifically designed to facilitate access to areas with straight stairs and to save small unevennesses; curved stairlifts, specially manufactured to save all types of turns in any space and up to 2 flights of stairs; and pool chairs, the perfect solution to provide the pool with an element that allows people with reduced mobility to swim.

These products are versatile, easy to install, economical, reliable and easy to use, and take up a minimum of space.

In the 21st century, where the welfare state is the basis of coexistence in our country, we believe that everyone should be able to move around independently and regardless of where they live, and therefore, our goal is always to try to find a solution for all communities of neighbours and their tenants with disabilities, or with mobility problems such as the elderly.

To this end, we have developed and have multiple solutions for the accessibility of disabled residents, such as elevators, lifts for the disabled and stair lifts, elevators or stair ramps.

People with mobility problems feel limited when moving around, especially when climbing or descending heights. It is very important that a community of neighbours or a home is accessible and that the solutions we offer cover these day-to-day problems of this type of person. In this way, anyone who suffers from a disability will be able to solve their problems of access to their home thanks to the collaboration of the community.

They also make life easier for people accompanying people with mobility problems, allowing them to access any place without any effort and worry.

There are specific regulations on accessibility that are compulsory at national level, such as the Technical Building Code in its section DB-SUA9, specific for use and accessibility standards.

Due to the transfer of competences from the state to the autonomous communities in housing matters, and following the criteria of each Autonomous Community, there are also different accessibility laws for people with reduced mobility specific to each Autonomous Community, although they all have in common that they ensure the safety and quality of life of people.

Current accessibility laws cover a large part of the needs of people with reduced mobility, covering anyone who suffers difficulties and who requests the installation of a lift in their community. The ultimate goal is to achieve universal accessibility, so that all people have complete freedom of movement in accessing and exiting their homes.

Article 10.1 d) of the Horizontal Property Law specifies that the installation of the lift will be compulsory and will not require the agreement of the Board provided that:

  • The installation is requested by owners in whose dwelling or premises disabled persons or persons over 70 years of age live, work or volunteer.
  • The amount charged annually to the owners for the cost of the installation shall not exceed twelve ordinary monthly payments of common expenses. The excess or difference of this cost will be paid by those owners who have requested the installation, without this aspect eliminating the obligatory nature of the work.

Article 17 also details the possibility of the removal of architectural barriers after approval by a simple majority of the owners. In this case, the payment of this adaptation is compulsory for all owners.

According to the General Law on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and their Social Inclusion (Royal Legislative Decree 1/2013), the buildings to be constructed must meet minimum conditions for access by persons with disabilities, and those that do not comply with them will be rejected. There are also minimum requirements for the instruments, technologies and products used to remove architectural barriers in the facilities, as well as their correct signage. Thanks to these laws, it is possible to prevent discrimination in terms of accessibility that may exist, and to compensate for the difficulties that exist for all those who need them.

In order for this to be achieved, the financial support provided to eliminate any discrimination is of vital importance, as explained below.

The Community of Madrid, together with the Regional Ministry of Housing, legislates on this matter related to many areas of daily life. Accessibility in public and private buildings, access to the interior of the building, toilets, housing for people with permanent reduced mobility, guaranteeing the carrying out of interior adaptations of reserved housing…

This is why people with disabilities and handicaps can nowadays have access to the new buildings that are constructed, although a large part of the buildings need solutions so that people with accessibility difficulties can develop their daily life in a normal way.

Subsidies for the installation of an accessibility product in various types of buildings are published on a recurrent basis. Homeowners’ associations, public administrations or companies can benefit from these subsidies. It is important to highlight that this type of aid comes from the European Community, which is the first guarantor of ensuring that its member states, as is the case of Spain, achieve equal rights and opportunities for all people, therefore this type of aid will be maintained over time trying to facilitate that its inhabitants can afford the adaptation of their homes to the mobility needs of the 21st century.

Even users who do not live in collective dwellings, where there is communication with the outside or between rooms without the possibility of an alternative route, who are over 65 years of age or who are disabled, can take advantage of these benefits. To this end, a series of requirements must be met, such as energy efficiency or safety in use and accessibility.

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