Commercial Elevators

Commercial Elevator Buying Guide:
How to Purchase and Install a Commercial Lift

Does your commercial space have multiple floors? If so, you are required to make all areas accessible to people of every ability, and a dumbwaiter won’t quite get the job done. Thankfully, the experts at Nishidha Elevators are here to make it easy for you to keep your property up to code and accessible to all with a commercial lift. Nishidha Elevators has become a trusted source for commercial lifts and elevators by offering companies only the best products, whether they buy online or shop from our free catalog.

We know that you probably have many questions about buying a commercial elevator. How much does a commercial elevator cost? How much space do you need to install one? What type of commercial lift is best? That’s why our knowledgeable team put together this guide to help you make an informed decision. Of course, you can also call us for a free quote of the cost to install a commercial elevator or to learn more about our available elevator lifts. Commercial business owners need not worry about complying with accessibility, when they purchase our products. Nishidha Elevators has your needs covered at an affordable commercial elevator cost.

Exploring Your Commercial Elevator Options

Whether you operate a multi-level mega-mall or an office building, you cannot do so without a commercial wheelchair lift or elevator. Commercial enterprises of all kinds have turned to Nishidha Elevators for a wide selection of products, from passenger elevators to wheelchair lifts, freight elevators, and dumbwaiters. The commercial elevators and lifts we have for sale are trusted designs that are guaranteed to work to their specifications, and among the commercial elevators for sale at Nishidha Elevators, we have many different sizes, styles, and designs suitable for a number of uses.

For instance, our passenger elevators are ideal for nearly any application, making it possible to transport people and bulky objects from one floor to the next. And our LULA (limited-use/limited-application) elevators are ideal for adding accessibility to churches, small offices, or other spaces up to three levels tall. These elevators are a bit smaller than a typical passenger elevator, making them easy to install in virtually any building. But which type of commercial lift is right for you? The answer will depend on factors including the amount of people or freight you need to lift and the amount of space you have.


Passenger elevators are used to transport people in business and residential settings. They may include features like advertisements, music, or televisions. Buildings with a sky lobby may include an express elevator that travels from the lobby to the ground floor with no stops in between.

Passenger Elevators

Wheelchair Elevators

Dumbwaiters Elevators

Hydraulic Elevators

Traction Elevators

Cable Drum Elevators

Screw Drive Elevators

Glasss/Outdoor Elevators