Maintain your independence with an indoor stairlift from our company. Our stairlifts are durable and easy to use, making them a great investment for anyone who needs a little help getting around the house.

Indoor Stair Lifts

Indoor chair lifts are ideal for elderly people who want to maintain their independence. With a chair lift in place, you don’t have to sleep in the living room because you can no longer make it up the stairs to your bedroom. Stairlifts are also ideal for people with chronic illnesses, physical disabilities, or serious injuries that are expected to take a long time to heal. For example, if you are involved in a serious auto accident, you may want to have a chair lift installed in your home to help you through your recovery.

Benefits of Stair Lifts

Installing an indoor stairlift allows you to stay in your current home instead of moving into an assisted-living facility or buying a house that doesn’t have any stairs, saving you thousands of dollars in moving expenses and monthly fees. Most chair lifts make very little noise, so there’s no need to worry about waking up a household member if you have to use your lift during the night. It’s also easy for a professional installer to customize the track to your staircase, giving you a reliable way to move up and down the stairs.

Safety Features

Chair lifts have several features to prevent falls and keep you safe. For example, some models have an overspeed governor. If you experience an electrical problem, the overspeed governor prevents the chair from moving up or down the stairs too quickly. Indoor stairlifts also have a built-in battery to protect you in the event of a power outage. If the power goes out while you are riding the lift, the battery kicks in, preventing you from getting stuck in the middle of the track.

Optional Features

Indoor chair lifts are available with a variety of features to ensure your comfort and safety. If you are worried about getting into and out of the chair, order a swivel model. Swivel chairs usually move up to 90 degrees, giving you plenty of room to move around without tripping. If you have trouble with your knees, you may want to consider a model that lets you choose whether to sit or stand. If you ride up the stairs while standing, you don’t have to worry about bending your sore knee.

Installation of Indoor Stair Lifts

Once you choose your favorite stairlift model, you should have it installed by an experienced professional. Before installing the lift, an installer needs to measure the length of your staircase to determine how much track to install. When it’s time to install the track, the installer puts the lower track in place, attaches it to the brackets, and hooks up the wiring. Once the wiring is in place, the installer is able to install the upper track. We have years of experience installing stairlifts, so give us a call when you are ready to choose a model.

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