Making the decision to having a stairlift installed can be a stressful one. Below we have answered a few of the common questions many people ask.
The complexity of your Stair Lift will determine the length of time to install. Most Stair Lifts take between 2 to 4 hours
Our Stair Lifts carry worldwide safety certifications. They come with automatic safety sensors that will immediately stop the lift if anything is detected in its path. For maximum safety, they come with seat belts.
If maintained properly, a Stair Lift will last approximately 10 to 15 years, depending on how often it is used.
No, Medicare does not cover the cost. They do not view a Stair Lift to be “medically necessary.”
Stair Lift models are designed to fit both standard and narrow staircases. Their flexible designs fit curved stairs, stairs with landings, spiral staircases, and multi-story staircases.
Our Stair Lifts operate on battery power. If the power goes out, the lift will continue to work for up to 10 round trips. When your Stair Lift is parked the power supply should remain switched on at all times so the battery will continue to charge. This ensures maximum battery availability when the power goes out.