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America’s Premier Hillside Elevator Manufacturer

America’s Premier Hillside Elevator Manufacturer

Do you look at a modern hillside elevator and wonder if they have always been this sophisticated?   Early Hillside Elevators The first hillside elevators were quite utilitarian. They were built to solve a problem, just like a modern hillside elevator. But the...

Showcase System: White Cliffs Country Club

Project Location: Plymouth, MA System Length: 220 Feet Incline Angle: 36 Degrees System Drive: 15 H.P. Traction Drive Dealer: Marine Innovations Special Features: The White Cliffs Country Club inclined elevator is a managed system.  Some special features...

What to Expect when Installing a Hillside Lift

What to Expect when Installing a Hillside Lift

Your Marine Innovations hillside lift is a big investment and a sophisticated machine. Installation should not be left to chance. Marine Innovations utilizes only professional, factory-trained installation crews. We want your installation process to be...

Making a Case for a Hillside Tram

Making a Case for a Hillside Tram

You look out from your deck, enjoying the beautiful lake down below. Your neighbors are down on their dock, getting the grandkids ready to go fishing. You have a comfortable pontoon sitting on the lift, but it’s just too much trouble to walk the stairs down to the...

Building for Accessibility

Building for Accessibility

Are you thinking about starting a new construction or remodeling project for a house or cabin? Do you plan to stay there for a while? You might want to think about building for accessibility now, during the planning process to help your long-term happiness in your new...

Commercial Uses of an Inclined Elevator

Commercial Uses of an Inclined Elevator

Inclined elevators, also known as funiculars, hill lifts, hillside trams or outdoor elevators, are most commonly used in residential lake home applications. They also have a great value for commercial applications. Keep reading to learn about the commercial uses of an...

Will an Inclined Lift Work for Me?

Will an Inclined Lift Work for Me?

We get calls from potential clients wondering if we can make a lift work for their unique home. The answer from us is almost always yes, we can make a lift work for them.Custom ManufacturingOne simple reason we can make a lift work is that every system we build is...