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Compact Home Lifts are delighted to announce the opening of its brand-new residential lift Supacentre in Sydney.

The company has enjoyed a substantial level of success over the last three years with a total of three offices now located across the country in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. The team are very excited about opening a new Supacentre in McCauley Street in the town of Matraville as it will give Compact Home Lifts the opportunity to showcase its stylish range of residential lifts to the public.

The Supacentre will feature four fully functioning home lifts, whereby customers can get up and close personal with the home elevators and ride them up and down. There will also be one display booth for homeowners to get an idea of the size and appearance of the home elevator as well as one static lift.

The stylish Supacentre means that Compact Home Lifts can exhibit and demonstrate their state-of-the-art home lifts at a permanent location. A team of experts will be on hand to answer homeowners’ questions about the cost, installation process or any other queries they may have about the products.

The range includes the two-person Compact Elegance Home Lift which is an ideal alternative to a stairlift and the wheelchair-accessible Compact Elegance Plus Home Lift.

Damian Boyle, director at Compact Home Lifts, said: “We are really excited about the launch of our Sydney Supacentre. Our top priority has always been to expand our reach to more homeowners in Australia, and we hope that our stunning showroom in Matraville will attract potential customers to come down and try out the lifts in person.

“At Compact Home Lifts, we understand that purchasing a residential lift is a big decision and investment, which is why we are delighted to now be able to give homeowners the chance to visit our Supacentre and see what one of our elevators might look like in their home.”