Customers who purchase their Car Lift from ASEdeals.com usually install their lift themselves. We estimate that nearly 85% of our customers will perform the assembly by themselves, or with the aid of a few friends. The instructions come with the lift along with the Owner’s Manual. There is also a tech support phone line if you have questions or run into a snag. They will spend as much time on the phone with you as necessary. All the mounting hardware comes with the lifts as well. They even come with shims if your floor isn’t level. You should have some technical background to attempt installation yourself.
If you’re not up for installing it yourself, don’t fret. We have a nationwide network of installers that are ready and capable to install it for you. These are professionals who have typically been in the business for years and know what they are doing.
These installers can also receive the lift for you if you do not have the ability to unload the lift at your location. So they can receive it, bring it out and install it for a fee.
Fees typically range from $450 to $700 for a 10,000 lb two post lift or a 9 to 14000 lb four post lift. Fees will vary, depending on various factors such as how far they have to travel, and what is expected of them. For instance, if the installer has to supply the hydraulic oil, you would expect to pay about $40 more than if you were to supply it.
Some lifts are more labor involved than others. For instance, an alignment lift has special considerations and it is recommended that you have it professionally installed.
Whether you install your automotive lift yourself, or have it installed by a pro, there’s no doubt that a lift is a rewarding piece of equipment to purchase.
Check out one of our customer’s home-made videos below for a better idea on what is involved on a typical four post lift installation.