Businesses are often a hub of important and intelligent people, full of ideas and projects ready to start or present. Filled, even more so with people wanting to use that business, buy the products it’s selling.
But what if some of these intelligent and hard working people couldn’t come and work, present their projects, tell you their idea’s, buy your stuff, look at the products, because they simply can’t get to you. Without disabled lifts, businesses are missing out on engaging with people that could help them.
Having a meeting in a foyer is a little bit of a ridiculous. Having an office in one, even more so. Putting a shop there, silly. So of course you’ll take your business up a few staircases. Which may be an insufficient decision for part of your team.
The importance of having disabled lifts in a building where people work and shop is one that should be highlighted within such a big community.
Having a disability should hold no one back. A place of business needs to make everybody able to work in an environment that stops anyone feeling like they can’t be involved.
Disabled level access lifts can do just that. With many types that can fit easily into any workplace, there seems no excuse to not install one. Cabin lifts, semi enclosed, open vertical and inclined platform lifts all exist to enable a business to install them for their colleagues and employees.
Why are they important?
Convenience. To think that anyone can just walk into and up to a business is a thought that shouldn’t enter the head of anyone thinking of improving or starting a business. Making sure everyone has access to your enterprise is a must. So make it convenient for everyone to do that. Installing a lift makes life so much more convenient who would find it difficult or impossible to enter.
This is also convenient to you. It takes away a fear of missing out on the people you should be interacting with, because with a lift, it means you have everyone to talk to right there.
If a business is one selling a product, it makes sense to want as many customers as possible being able to look and buy that product. By not having a disability level access lift, that business is restricting the amount of people who could buy the product. Loosing potential custom, money and sales.
Why miss out on so many people?
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