Introduction to Stair Lifts from Transitions Lift & Elevator

It’s okay if you aren’t an expert in stair lifts. After all, that’s our job, and we’re happy to guide you through the educational process that surrounds the decision to purchase a stair lift. While we certainly love to contact our customers face-to-face, here is a quick introduction for you to check out online.

First, it is important to note that there are different types of stair lifts, and generally every stair ascending or descending need may be met through one model or another. Stair lifts are suitable for residential homes, as well as public buildings, like churches, schools, or office buildings.

Also, stair lifts are manufactured and installed with the safety of the user in mind. Typically, they run the full length of the stairs, from top to bottom, and feature a lap belt, along with sturdy arm rests, for security during movement. Many also have battery back-ups for use in emergencies, such as power outages.

And if installation conjures up fear and nightmares, rest assured that we at Transitions Lift and Elevator take care of all that for you. The process generally can be completed in one day, and no major structural alterations need to be made to your home or building. You even get to choose whether you want the stair lift on the left side or the right side of the staircase.

Obtaining a stair lift can be life altering for anyone who finds stairs challenging, painful, or physically impossible to navigate. And with professional guidance you can trust along every step of the way, there is no reason not to investigate a stair lift and see if it might be right for you or your loved one.

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