When you or a loved one’s mobility becomes limited, we often find the stairs being the first obstacle for them. Can they live on one floor of the home and avoid the stairs altogether? Sure, they can. But who doesn’t want to sleep in the comfort of their own bed. Thankfully, there are solutions! These solutions allow you or your loved one to stay living in their own home while still having access to all floors.
Our Stairlifts are quiet, dependable, stylish and reliable. They come with many features, depending on individual requirements, specifications, space and budget.They are also battery powered so you don’t need to worry about a power outage while your half way up the stairs!
A stairlift not only gives the user great comfort and benefit, but loved ones benefit too, of course they do. Everybody sleeps more easily, once they know that their dear ones can now negotiate the staircase with comfort and safety.
Stairlifts can fit most staircases while still allowing other loved ones the ability to use the stairs freely and without disruption.
Operation is much quieter than home lifts or platform lifts and the variety of seat styles, colors and options ensure a match to any home’s décor.
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Just like the ones you find at shopping centers or at your a hospital, elevators are a luxury that can also be installed in your home.
Elevators for home use, in general, can make trips of climbing stairs or moving heavy, bulky items much easier. This functionality is especially noticeable in residential settings where groceries, decorating, and everyday chores are a daily occurrence. Improving your mobility is one of the leading benefits of utilizing home elevators. Of course, those who require greater physical effort to move about their multi-level home will benefit from an elevator the most, simply eliminating much of the average legwork of traversing your home or conveying objects is a benefit any homeowner can enjoy.
Few people realize that a home elevator takes up much less space than standard stairwells. This can open up the house, providing owners with more space. Homeowners that choose to invest in a residential elevator can easily increase the useable square footage of their home, which ultimately helps to increase future resale value. You could also use such an elevator to carry groceries, luggage, and even your children without worrying about a tiring trek up the stairs.
Installing an elevator will undoubtedly add an air of sophistication and style to your home. The sheer variety of designs means that there is a look to suit the taste of every homeowner and home décor. There are modern pneumatic tubes, and sleek cubes with stainless steel frames and polished glass walls, even more classical looks with wood veneer and brushed nickel accents.
A vertical platform lift – also known as a wheelchair platform lift or porch lift – was specifically designed as a means to facilitate wheelchair users from getting from one level to another. The platform allows the user to easily roll themselves on before ascending/descending.
A vertical platform lift is most akin to an elevator by moving between floors vertically. However unlike an elevator, there is no shaft or enclosure, which provides an additional layer of safety by protecting the user from the edge. This is why you are probably most familiar with seeing these types of lifts installed outside of a home. Porch lifts are a great solution when transfering someone just a few feet.