Accumar Cable and Track Lifts are made to traverse hillsides for high bank waterfront homes, where steep staircases or hillside trails are impractical and expensive.
They are an excellent choice for home and beach access, cargo hauling, and handicapped access.
Each tram is custom-made to match the architecture and aesthetics of the property, and is equipped with safety systems of the highest quality.
Accumar trams can increase your property value and provide a safe and enjoyable way to traverse your slope.
Accumar Cable Lifts are a good choice for traversing great distances without supports on the slope itself, and leaving the slope unaltered. Our cable lifts are generally less expensive than track systems.
Accumar Cable Lifts have a low environmental impact, are visually unobstrusive, and run whisper-quiet.
Accumar Track Lifts are a good choice when the bank is firm and the run is reasonably short. They fit certain kind of spaces best, like tight city lots.
Accumar Track Lifts can be used for wheelchair access, freight, and passenger runs, and can be partially or fully enclosed. Our unique Hill Hugger design allows for the car to land almost level with the ground, without a pit or raised landing.
Accumar is a Washington State licensed elevator contractor, with State certified mechanics. All the Cable and Track lifts installed in Washington are inspected and licensed.
Accumar Cable Lifts and Track Lifts are built in accordance to the National ASME Residential Inclined Elevator Codes.
Accumar Lift Systems are designed to withstand the difficult weather conditions of the Northwest, and are generally low-maintenance, usually requiring servicing only once or twice a year.
Accumar Cable and Track Lifts are very quiet, and can seldom even be heard from a neighboring property.
Accumar Cable Lifts in particular have a low visual impact, and generally do not require alteration of the slope they traverse.
Another advantage of Accumar Cable Lifts is that they do not generally involve any construction, grading, or alteration of the slopes they traverse, a strong argument in the permitting process.