‘Quierounascensor.com’ comes at a time when more than a million buildings in Spain don’t have elevators
MADRID, June 28 (EUROPA PRESS) –
Schindler created the “Quierounascensor.com” initiative to reinforce its commitment to accessibility, removing architectural barriers and encouraging the installation of elevators, using subsidies to refurbish buildings at a time when more than a million buildings do not have a lift in Spain, according to data from the Spanish Lift Businesses Association (Feeda).
In a statement, the company said that those interested in installing an elevator in their home can get all the information needed for the project and get advice from Schindler experts through the website Quierounascensor.com or by calling the toll-free number 900 533 618 , to manage the relevant grants for the rehabilitation of the buildings and to accompany them throughout the process.
With that in mind, they have pointed out from Schindler that state, regional and European fund grants are making “I want an elevator” a “great opportunity” to install elevators in residential buildings, and that more and more people can enjoy the benefits of accessibility and mobility, along with the fact that an elevator increases the value of the property in the market.
To take advantage of this initiative, those interested only need to access the website and fill out a form for the company’s experts to contact and begin installing the elevator in the home.
On the other hand, those who opt for the campaign have other advantages such as financing programs, with very low interest rates, up to 0% depending on the solution chosen, and with an amortization in up to eight years, i.e. subject to the consent of third parties.
“The ‘I want an elevator’ initiative offers a ‘turnkey’ solution: the company takes care of everything from the preliminary feasibility studies to the actual installation of the elevators and any civil works that may be required,” they have stated the company.