Do you procrastinate as you get frustrated that your list of things to do is more and then can’t get up the stairs?
Does the extra assist you to supply your elderly parent or dependent seem too dangerous and overwhelming when it comes to following them down and up the stairs?
Here at Stairlifts Plus , we realize that making home modifications may appear out of the inquiry, as it seems impossible or unaffordable. Staff and our professional installers simplify the method of staying mobile for the elderly, disabled, or briefly wounded residents of Irvington, New Jersey.
Your stairlift will also come with a seat belt as standard for additional peace of mind. Our easy release retractable seat belt gives the added flexibility of allowing you to fasten it to one side or centrally, whichever is easier for you or other users. Choosing a stairlift is about understanding your needs and wants and selecting the most appropriate solution.
The decision to install a stairlift is sometimes a difficult one to take but when compared with the alternative of moving house, or living on one level of their house, many people have found it to be their preferred option. The idea of selecting a stairlift and having it fitted may be a daunting task at first; however they can usually be fitted in a couple of hours and this website will help explain what you need to think about when choosing your stairlift. We hope it will make choosing the stairlift that is right for your needs both now and in the future much easier.
All products are tailored to your specific needs and therefore, prices vary. They can change depending on the specific stair dimensions, the chosen stairlift model and any additional extras that you choose. Please book a free, no-obligation assessment with one of our trained sales consultants to obtain a personal written quotation.
Stairlift tracks fall into two basic categories: straight and curved; it can be a little confusing to know which type you need for your staircase. If your staircase is straight and does not turn any corners between floors there are 3 stairlift systems for you to choose from. We also do curved stairlifts for staircases that turn corners. If you have limited knee or hip movement you may find a perch seat more comfortable. We have a perch seat option on straight stairlift system and are one of the few companies to offer a perch seat solution on a curved stairlift system.
Stairlift prices can depend on a number of factors as it’s not just our stairlift rails that are made to measure but our seats can also be tailored to your needs. To establish your stairlift cost our consultants have a number of things to consider. All the factors below will be carefully measured to ensure they can give you an accurate specification and stairlift price quotation. Once these factors that affect pricing have been considered, our consultant can give you a accurate quotation for your stairlift that will include all preparation work and installation.
Most staircase surveys are quick and easy to perform. If your staircase is more complex with intermediate landings, fan stairs or a spiral for example, the survey will be conducted quickly. Curved stairlift tracks are designed to suit your individual staircase so it is important the staircase is measured accurately to ensure your track is the best possible fit.
When you have a curve in your stairway, a mid-way landing or a spiral staircase your only option is a curved stairlift. They cost more than a straight stairlift because the rails have to be custom manufactured to suit your home. There are hundreds of permutations for a curved stairlift rail and a detailed survey must be done to get the designed rail to fit correctly. Just as with straight stairlifts they are battery powered so they can even be used in the event of a power cut. The batteries are always charged ready for use as when the stairlift is parked they are constantly charging.
We will provide you with free advice and a no-obligation written quotation. Our trained consultant will come to your home to assess your staircase and discuss with you what kind of stairlift is best for you. They will then talk to you about the installation process and answer any other questions or concerns that you might have. There is absolutely no obligation for you to purchase a stairlift after you receive your written quotation.
Like most mechanical appliances we recommend that you service your stairlift once a year. Once your warranty period has expired during which all your servicing needs are covered, we are happy to offer annual service contracts to ensure your stairlift continues to perform at its best.
A stairlift is the perfect choice to help you rediscover your independence at home. With a trusted stairlift to help you get around you can save your energy for the more enjoyable things in life, like entertaining the grandchildren. The right stairlift can help you safely use the stairs and give you the energy to do the more enjoyable things in life. By removing the stairs as an obstacle, a stairlift means no longer worrying about popping downstairs for your glasses or nipping upstairs to the bathroom.
Our stairlifts come with a slim rail and a compact carriage. They all have folding arms, seat and footrest, so they fold away neatly when they are not in use. This means they are practical for you and for the other members of your family. If you would like to see a stairlift in action, or check whether or not our stairlift range fits your needs, arrange a visit and come along to one of our showrooms. Our stairlift has been specifically designed to help out in cases where the stairs are narrow so we can fit a stairlift to the vast majority of staircases, it is only in a small number of cases where dimensions will prevent us from installing.
Stairlift seats and systems do vary between manufacturers. Whilst it is rare that a stairlift is not suitable, carrying out a User Assessment is advisable. This allows your supplier to not only double check that the dimensions of the lift are suitable for the user and the location, but it also allows them to specify which side controls should go and to discuss the possibility of adding powered features to make using the stairlift even easier. These may not be needed now but could be of huge benefit in the long term.