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Graand prix is India's leading home elevator company for residential lifts.
The market leaders for home elevators in India, Graand Prix is the number one home elevator company in the country. Since 1973, Graand Prix has been bringing imported elevators with international standards to Indian homes. Partnering with global leaders like IGV from Italy, Star elevators from USA, Nova Elevators from Italy, Gruppo Millepiani Lifts from Italy and Sele Homelifts from Italy, Graand Prix gives its customers the best quality product available in the world market of home elevators. The diverse product catalogue has appealed to celebrities, industrialists and other High Net worth Individuals (HNIs) who are loyal and satisfied customers of Graand Prix. Karan Johar, Arshad Warsi, Mamooty, Gautam Adani and Parmeshwar Godrej are some of our esteemed clients. Lodha Bellisimo, Lodha Gold Crest and Raffles Residency are some of the projects we’re on. With our head office in Mumbai and channel partners pan India; we at Graand Prix provide unmatched after sales service by a team of factory trained technicians to take care of customers’ needs 24x7, 365 days a year. We have a wide network of 122+ offices and a pan India presence with our lifts being installed in 3000+ homes. Our lifts aren’t just eye candy, they’re selected by our clients for their advanced technology and safety features. Right from gearless to hydraulic and air powered to pneumatic elevators, we have lifts that employ the latest technology with minimal power consumption. They are so energy efficient that their power consumption is comparable to that of a clothes dryer, a mere 230 Volts. With more than 50 models to choose from, our clients enjoy a one day installation carried out by our professionally trained technicians all over the country.
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