Why You Should Never DIY Your Car Lift Installation

Turn to Automotive Lift Installers for Your Car Lift Installation

Making sure your vehicle lift is properly certified is an important component in the purchasing process. You wouldn’t want to buy a lift that was dangerous to yourself or the vehicles you’re lifting, would you? After investing in a properly certified car lift, making sure it is installed properly is the next big step. Many believe that performing a DIY car lift installation is acceptable but it can result in potential injuries and a lift that doesn’t work properly.

Firstly, a certified installer will ensure floor requirements are met. Car lift installation usually requires 4” of 3500 psi concrete that has been cured for at least 28 days. If you install your car on a surface that does not meet this requirement you will run into issues down the road. Luckily, Quality Lifts has a pre-selected group of Quality Authorized Installers that make this process easy.

DIY car lift installation requires a lot of self-training and guesswork that likely won’t pay off. Using automotive lift installers is beneficial because they can install and test the car lift—and then they can train you on how to use your new car lift. When you’re working underneath your new car lift, you’ll want to know it has been installed and tested by a professional.

Learn more about Quality Lifts’ network of Quality Authorized Installers, which can come to you and ensure your car lift installation is done properly. As always, feel free to contact us with any additional questions you have.


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