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Empowered by Stairlifts

Stairlifts empower the people who can’t get around as easily or need the assistance of wheelchairs to tackle staircases without any problem. The developments in technology and the affordability of the machines that can carry people in or out of wheelchairs up and down stairs effortlessly has allowed loved ones to stay in their own homes and others the freedom to go where they want when they want.

Two popular and affordable options are straight and curved stairlifts. If you’re in the market for a way to get up the stairs, you may be considering one of these, but what’s the difference?

Stair lifts are motorized chairs attached to a track the runs up along a staircase allowing persons who are unable to go up and down stairs to still easily access any floor they choose. Whether you have a flight of stairs that goes straight up or need a stair lift that can go around corners and curves, you will be able to find a variety of stair lifts to fit your needs. They are best for elderly people or people with mobility issues that restrict them from going up and down stairs. Most stair lifts are designed to have parts fold up when not in use so as to allow as much space as possible for any other residents.

Stair lift at the bottom of a staircase

Curved Stairlifts

Designed to blend in with – and add to – any decor, Bruno stairlifts are some of the most visually attractive units we sell. The Bruno name goes far beyond good looks, however. Bruno stairlifts, which are made here in America, are custom-built to fit even the trickiest curved stairways and provide access to all the levels of your house without compromising its appearance.

The UK-based stairlift manufacturer Stannah has built an enviable and well-deserved international reputation for outstanding excellence in quality control. Every Stannah stairlift unit is tested under full load for an amount of time equivalent to ten years’ actual use, prior to being made available for sale. Stannah stairlifts are often chosen for extremely complex installations such as those involving spiral stairs and tight turns.