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    Apartments with Elevators


    Apartments with more than two flights of stairs can be quite a workout – just look at the characters on The Big Bang Theory: it seems there are numerous awkward staircase conversations and what about the one when the delivery guy left Penny's new furniture in the lobby? The guys had to lug it up four flights of stairs! Don't let this happen to you!

    Whether you need easy access to your apartment due to disability or age, your kids are a little too young to manage stairs on their own, or you know what it's like to go up three flights of stairs with bulging grocery bags, finding apartments with an elevator in Gainesville can be a wonderful amenity. A Gainesville apartment with an elevator can offer huge benefits. Besides moving heavy items from the ground floor to your apartment, an elevator certainly makes life just a little easier in several ways.

    Moving In and Out of Apartments with Elevators in Gainesville

    Apartments with an elevator in Gainesville on move-in day make it easy to get your possessions into your new digs. Once loaded, with a push of the button, you arrive at your floor. And if your boxes are on a cart, even better! Your moving company (or your friends' arms, legs and backs) will thank you! And needless to say, moving out with an elevator at your disposal is just as easy as moving in. You probably acquired more stuff during your lease. Tip: Check with the apartment leasing office to see if you can reserve the elevator key for a time so you can easily load the elevator fully to reduce the number of trips. This can also help shut off the beeping that usually occurs when you prop the door open while you load the elevator.

    Day-to-Day living in Apartments with Elevators in Gainesville

    Think about your day-to-day timeline. How many times do you run to your car because you forgot something? Go out for groceries or other shopping items? It adds up! And although taking the stairs can burn calories, there are times when apartments with an elevator in Gainesville are just plain sensible. Perhaps you are an avid bike-rider; having an elevator will save you from lugging your bike up and down. Or, perhaps you rollerblade to campus; no need to remove those skates! Just roll from your door to the elevator to the sidewalk. Apartments with an elevator in Gainesville also make grocery trips a breeze too. And, if you have kids, you don't have to worry about them falling down stairs, especially when apartment buildings have those open-style steps!

    Visitors and Apartments with Elevators in Gainesville

    Another question to ask when looking for apartments is how easily accessible is it to your visitors? Does Grandma or your parents come to visit often? Can she/they make it up three flights of stairs? Or perhaps your sister or friend has little ones, and rather than lugging a stroller upstairs, she can easily roll from the car to your door with little effort. Considering apartments with an elevator in Gainesville with your friends and loved ones in mind when they come to visit makes it just a little more convenient (and considerate).

    When searching for apartments with an elevator in Gainesville, some things to consider when you check out the property are:

    • How many elevators are there?
    • Are they close to parking, or your unit?
    • Are they well-lit and maintained?
    • Are the alternate staircases in good condition in case the elevator is out of order?
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