Mid-Rise Auto Lifts
Auto body garage lifts come in a variety of types and configurations. Here at North American Auto Equipment, we carry low, mid and full-rise lifts in fixed, portable and flush-mounted designs to accommodate every type of garage, every type of vehicle and every type of service.
One of our most popular ranges of auto lifts is our lineup of mid-rise service lifts. This type of lift is a common feature in auto body shops, garages, tire change shops, detailing shops and other garages where lifting a vehicle to mid-height is desirable.
Our auto lifts help avoid joint stress and strain that occurs when technicians and mechanics are forced to crouch to work on their vehicles. Kneeling takes its toll on the knees and ankles of automotive workers and can slow them down. Installing a mid-rise lift allows your workers to adjust the height of the vehicle they are working on quickly and readjust it as they progress through their tasks.
Once you’ve tried one of our mid-rise lifts, you’ll never want to raise a vehicle with a manual jack or lift again!
Select the Right Model of Mid-Rise Lift
While some online suppliers of auto equipment call themselves “experts” — beware! Many simply list lifts and equipment from various suppliers without knowing exactly what they're selling.
Here at North American Auto Equipment, we are a family-owned and operated business that understands the business. We have a warehouse where we store our products and know exactly what we're selling you. Our team can answer any questions you have about our mid-rise lifts or other products and help you make the right choice for your garage or business.
You can browse our catalog and read up on the specifications for our various types of mid-rise service lifts, including:
- Scissor lifts: These lifts fold down flat, allowing easy movement around your garage.
- Portable lifts: Choose a portable mid-rise lift if you want to be able to store it when not in use.
- Flush-mounted lifts: Keeps the floor of your garage or service area free from obstruction.
- Commercial-grade: Designed with extra lifting power and durability for heavy-duty use.
With so many options, we're sure we have a mid-rise auto lift that can work for you. Once you've read up on our different models, you can request more information through our site or give us a call. One of our team members will use their knowledge and experience to answer your questions and help you place your order for the best lift.
If a mid-rise lift doesn't suit your needs, we won't hesitate to tell you. We can propose one of our other lifts or suggest another type of equipment that would work better.
This attention to detail and customer service is how we've become an industry leader and why we won't try to pressure you into placing an order for a lift that isn't ideal for your situation. Come and discover the difference of working with a leader who is focused on customer service.
Check Your Specs
The key to having confidence in the lift you choose is knowing what you need. List the sizes and weights of vehicles you lift to start and make note of the types of work and service you do. Depending on the position you set your vehicles at, a low or full-rise lift may be a better option. If one of our mid-rise lifts suits, you then need to consider if you would rather have a fixed, in-floor flush model or a portable auto lift that can be used in different locations and stored away when not needed.
Remember: you don’t have to figure this all out on your own! Our entire North American Auto Equipment family is ready to help, so let us know how we can assist you. We know many of our customers have saved time, energy and ultimately money by working more efficiently with our mid-rise service lifts, so why not join them today?