Stair Lifts: The Accessibility Solution When there are Too Many Steps For a Ramp

Sterling 2000 Curved Stair Lift

Sterling 2000 Curved Stair Lift

 

Straight stair lifts are the accessibility solution you consider when your steps are too high to install a ramp, and the person with the disability is able to transfer from a wheelchair to a stair lift. For more information about straight and curved stair lifts, visit the Atlanta Home Modifications, LLC website.

Stair lifts travel on tracks which are conveniently and quickly installed on the edge of the steps of your stair. The track is entirely supported on the treads of the stair, not interfering with the adjacent wall. Our stair lifts fold up to a narrow profile, enabling the stairway to be free and clear for the regular use of the stairway.

The straight stair lift is the most commonly installed residential stairlift. It comes standard with sensors to stop the lift when it encounters an obstruction. It is cost effective and easily installed by a Georgia certified stair lift installer. Stair lifts are available with a battery backup, to guarantee operation during a power outage, and is powered off of a standard electrical outlet.

If you are in need of access to your home but there are too many steps for a ramp, a straight or curved stair lift is your solution.

Straight stair lifts are typically installed in about 4 hours. The Sterling 950 straight stair lift is manufactured by Handicare. Straight and curved stair lifts are installed in metro Atlanta homes for persons with disabilities and elderly desiring to live at home. Stair Lifts are the accessibility solution when there are too many steps for a ramp.

For more information, contact Atlanta Home Modifications, LLC, by telephoning 770.880.3405 or visit Atlanta Home Modifications online.

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