Can I put a lift in my garage?

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Before you start the hunt for a lift, you need to do some measuring. Car lifts don’t fit very well in garages that are less than 22 feet deep. Ideally, the ceiling should be at least 11 to 12 feet high (though this author has used one – carefully – with a 9 1/2-foot ceiling).
Most lifts do not add significantly to the weight on the garage floor, making them acceptable for installation in standard residential construction garage floors.
Standard installation should be around or under $500 for a two-post car lifting solution and under $1,000 for a four-post auto lift. As previously noted, in-ground car lifts and installations are by far the most expensive auto lifting option available, sometimes costing as much as $10,000.

Secondly, how thick does the concrete need to be for a car lift? The minimum and recommended thicknesses of concrete slab for car hoists. Garage Equipment’s two and four post hoists require a minimum of 100mm (about 4”) of reinforced concrete slab to be safely installed.

How much height do you need for a 4 post lift?

Which is better 2 post or 4 post lift?

How thick of concrete do you need for a 2 post lift?

How much is a 4 post car lift?

Does adding a garage add value to your home?

Where should a 2 post lift be placed?

How many cars fit in a 30×40 garage?

What is a good size garage?

Are 2 post car lifts safe?

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