Ascension Wheelchair Lifts provide ADA compliant access for all students
Ascension Wheelchair Lifts helps schools create physically accessible environments for every student. Our lifts are used by the largest (and smallest) school districts around the country to deliver safe, reliable and aesthetically pleasing accessibility solutions for every school environment. All Ascension Lifts are ADA compliant and include the industry’s best warranty.
Ascension's Educational Support Program Includes:
New for 2021: For every lift that your school or district purchases, Ascension will donate $500 toward providing school supplies to help support your teachers and students. Talk to our accessibility specialists today!
Permanent or portable options available
Educational discount program when buying 5 lifts or more for qualifying districts
Co-op purchasing program for extended discounts across multiple districts within a state
Industry best 10-year warranty program on drive train
Designed for commercial use in both indoor or outdoor locations
Free engineering reviews by Ascension Engineers to ensure proper lift model is specified. They also offer feedback on lift placement as well as project-specific drawings
Made in the USA at our ISO 9001/AS9100 certified manufacturing facility
Free Technical Support as long as you own the lift
Ascension offers a buy-back program if your needs change later
Ascension Lifts are used in 400+ school districts of all sizes worldwide including:
New York City Dept. of Education
Los Angeles Unified School District
Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Hawaii Department of Education
Hopi Day School
School Facility Testimonials
"Ascension lifts are the most economical and the least intrusive for our buildings compared to anything else that's available."
FACILITIES ENGINEER - LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
"We have been using our Ascension lifts for over ten years and are pleased with their performance. We have moved these lifts from school to school to satisfy our access needs and have always performed to our expectations."
PLANT FACILITIES ADMIN - SMITHTOWN CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
"We recently bought an Ascension vertical wheelchair lift and everyone who sees or uses the lift is impressed. Not only does it look good, it works well, and the fact that the walls are see-through is appreciated by all that use the lift"
BUILDING OPERATIONS MANAGER - UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
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Ascension Lift engineers are happy to provide free design and plan reviews as well answer any questions you might have about our award winning, ADA compliant lifts.
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