You will be surprised how affordably seniors can get it now:
Available in most States
Fits all types of stairs
Installs on the stairs, not the wall
No structural changes to your home needed
Arthritis can affect people of any age. The pain and stiffness of arthritis often threaten your mobility and independence.
A stairlift gives your freedom back, lets you stay in the home you love and still carry out day-to-day activities you’ve always enjoyed.
If you’re one of the millions of people living with arthritis, a stairlift can help ease the pressure put on joints when moving up and downstairs.
Stairlifts are safe and very easy to use. They’re designed to help people with mobility issues move around the home without trouble.
Work on all types of stairs
Up to 600 Lbs weight capacity
Aluminum grade track
11” folded width
Seat swivels 85° at the upper landing for easy dismount or transfer
Installs directly on stairs (not in the wall)
A stairlift can usually be installed in less than four hours, and the unit mounts on the stairs, not on the wall so it’s quite simple for a professional. A curved stairlift is more complex but still takes no more than one day in most cases.
Unlike many other stairlifts, these models install directly on your staircase for stability and support. This also means no remodeling is needed!
The chair swivels and the footrest folds automatically when parked, saving you time and making it safer to get on and off.
Has the narrowest profile available, so it only takes a little space on the stairwell and folds away for convenience.
No power? No problem! These stairlifts can travel up to 60 trips per charge. Plus, there’s a backup battery just in case.
Straight, curved, indoor, and outdoor options give you access to any (and every) part of your home.
You’ll stop automatically if your chair approaches anything laying on the stairs.
No matter the length, curve or width of your staircase, there is a stairlift to fit.
There are two basic types of stairways: straight and curved. If your stairs are a single flight of straight stairs, you can use a straight stairlift. Any other configuration including stairs with a landing will need a curved stairlift.
Answer a few simple questions about your project.
You’ll be connected with the contractor best suited for the job.
A contractor will get in touch to set up an estimate and answer your questions.
“I want to thank you for helping with my mother’s stair lift. It was installed yesterday, and she couldn’t be happier. ”Lifeway Mobility IN
“Very courteous and informed about stairlifts. Helped me understand everything about it. Very easy to use. ”HomeLift
“Very prompt service on the stairlift issue. It’s a wonderful and necessary addition to our home at this time… ”Lifeway Mobility IN
“Installer was very informative and friendly. All questions answered and he showed me everything and how it works. Very good person. “Stairlifts of Louisiana