The Parking Lift That Saves More
Autostacker packs a lot into the average-sized home garage, or an average-sized parking space. The national zoning code 17.24.050 “Parking Facility Layout and Dimensions” states that parking spaces within enclosed garages are to have an interior dimension of at least ten feet wide and twenty feet long. At barely over nine feet wide, the slim Autostacker fits with plenty of room to spare.
With no side columns or extended posts to speak of, Autostacker offers a fully collapsible design that’s one-of-a-kind. Our low-profile gradual sloping parking lift stands just 13” off the ground at the front, and slightly over three inches at the approach end when collapsed. Literally every bit of space above the lift is unimpeded by columns, crossbeams, cable pulleys or other potentially car damaging structures or mechanisms. Fore and aft shift is limited to mere millimeters, meaning it’s almost a perfect vertical rise; if you can fit a car lift in your home garage, you don’t have to worry about Autostacker bumping into walls as it lifts.
Businesses and finicky homeowners go nuts for any piece of equipment that can do the same job with a smaller footprint than the other thing. Autostacker is meant to help building architects, body shops, auto dealers and avid car collectors store more vehicles in less space. Maybe it’s a side room you haven’t figured out what to do with yet. Maybe there’s just enough height in the back of your shop to stack two cars, or maybe one car and one truck, or two trucks, or two SUVs, or one truck and one SUV.
Autostacker fits in most shops and garages. All you have to do is measure your ceiling height and the vehicles you need stacked. If you don’t have to worry about your ceiling, even better. The space-saving Autostacker means you can fit more parking lifts in your garage. The more, the merrier. In fact, businesses with increased parking needs will enjoy being able to fit more vehicles in their space than they ever thought possible.
Autostacker offers maximum car-parking clearance, both vertical and horizontal, while still minimizing a compact overall footprint. It’s kind of like our engineers were able to fit a square peg in a round hole. They’re geniuses. We know that there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all lift (there are some truly massive vehicles out there). If it weighs 6,000 lbs. or under, park it on top, but anything over that weight will have to reside on the bottom. However, since Autostacker boasts a massive 80” overhead clearance, that’s room for some pretty big stuff. If you have the ceiling height, use the upper platform to store higher-stance vehicles.
Less bulk, more space
Most parking lifts that claim to be designed for residential use have large, ugly columns better suited for commercial spaces. As you know, those posts permanently take up more room, which means fewer lifts per parking lot. Autostacker does away with all beams, posts, columns, etc. for a smaller footprint and a better look. We’re proud to say it’s the only parking lift that works as well at home as it does in a shop or parking garage.