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Dangerous Stairs SAFE Again and Reclaim Your Freedom with a Stair Lift

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Add Resale Value to Your Mesa Home

Mobility and availability equipment already set up on your home is going to be a significant advantage as the baby boomer population continues to get older. It’ll make your house more precious, and be bought faster in case something occurs. A fresh elevator can considerably increase the value of your Mesa residence.

Make Using Stairs Less Dangerous

Going up and down the stairs is something that most aged individuals feel is the most dangerous element of their day. Having to balance and climb can lead to falling and critically injuring yourself, and is a dangerous mix. This cans turn into an enjoyable and easy task, instead of one you worry.

Be able to Remain in Your Mesa Home Much Longer

With a fresh stair lift you will have the ability to stay in your own Mesa home for much longer, without having to move to a brand new and unknown place. It makes going up and down the stairs every day a pleasure action instead of a distressing one, and will allow you to stay in the house you love for years longer than you normally could.


Does the additional help you provide your aged parent or dependent appear overwhelming and too risky when it comes to following them down and up the stairs?

Here at Cain’s Mobility AZ , we realize that making home modifications may look out of the inquiry, because it seems impossible or unaffordable. Staff and our professional installers simplify the method of staying mobile for the aged, disabled, or temporarily wounded people of Mesa.

Choose to set the heads of family and friends at ease.

We worry about those who are closest to us. Peace of mind is an essential part of dwelling in an emotionally supportive manner. What occurs to your body, including the anxiety that you expertise with the loss of your mobility and freedom changes people you love, and which includes family, neighbors, co-workers and friends.

When you’ve got a stairlift properly installed by our Mesa team, then your family members can stop picturing the worst when you are alone at home. They are able to feel more assured that you are getting about your house and they’re able to put to rest the idea of placing you into an unknown setting at a care facility.

By giving your nearest and dearest peace of mind, you can stay at home and your family can take pleasure in the time on you, since you’ll have fewer things to worry about.

You will wish you’d done it sooner, when you experience life with a stairlift.

For lots of people living in Mesa, dealing with pain or an injury or getting up a flight of stairs may become an immense chore. The psychological effects will begin affecting every part of your life and are debilitating. Individuals who have had a stairlift comprehend that they no longer have to self-restrict themselves and suffer the effects of changing their behavior to take care of the chore.

Many, who continue without a solution, even begin to experience other harmful health unwanted effects. These effects aren’t only related to the immobility. They may be related to the changes a person has made to prevent the chore or the risks they take by walking up the stairs despite questionable equilibrium.

If you have found that you are not steady on your feet or that you’re changing the way you scale on your stairway, then you’re already making your life more difficult than it has to be.

Addressing problems raises the happiness we experience in life, because we feel like we are in control and we’re eliminating hurdles that may endanger us.

Give our Mesa team a call to learn the way to experience life with a stairlift and regain control of your own life with a simple fast solution that’ll serve well you for years!

We all need to be careful in our lives and that means paying attention to our current needs. If you’re prepared to fit a stairlift into your Mesa dwelling, without changing the nature of your home, our Arizona team is prepared to install one in your home right away.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) Does AARP cover the cost of these lifts?

AARP is not a supplier of insurance, but contracts with insurers to make coverage available to AARP members. AARP doesn't make health plan recommendations for people and doesn't cover the cost of stairlifts or any wellness needs. AARP does provide accessibility to healthcare tools and coverage like Medicare Supplement Insurance and other health plans to members as a resource, but member benefits are supplied by third parties. Check with the plans which are recorded under AARP's membership services.

2) How fast do stairlifts go?

Usually the speed ranges from 13.78 feet per minute to 29.53 feet per minute with the speed changing with the rider's weight, all within the recommended industry standard. The most speed in america is 40 feet per minute. Units can include an emergency brake safety feature in the event you feel out of control descending. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers oversees the standards for stairway chair lifts for issues of public safety, including speed under ASME A18.1.. Some manufacturers provide a changeable speed of 0 to 38 feet per minute.

3) How much does a good stair lift cost?

The price averages around $3,500 to over $10,000 for a good stairlift. Rental and assistance systems are available. For a straight flight of stairs appear to spend between $2,500 to $6,000 and for a custom curved rail staircase prices are around $10,000. While some usually do not contain installment in the price, some products are sold as complete packages including a warranty and also installment. The shape of the stairwell, the length of the seat style, the track, work, and also the characteristics you want decide the cost.

4) Does it increase or decrease the value of my home?

The overall worth of your home won't depreciate. In case you plan on selling your Mesa residence, realtors used to urge that a stairlift be removed prior to putting your house on the Arizona market, nonetheless given increased life expectancy, this is not any longer the case. You go or may even completely remove the stairlift with no signs of installment when you no longer want or need it. Realtors can list that the stairlift is a high utility value for physically disabled people and that the house is suitable for living that is reachable independent and when a purchaser needs it removed, then they offer that possibility.

5) Can you build one of these yourselves?

It certainly depends upon your technical know how. It is an extremely daunting procedure. Many people decide to make a homemade stairlift, because their stairs are excessively narrow to make use of the ones available on the market or they are trying to work on a tight budget. Some designs are offered on the Internet, however, without the correct tools, materials and welding knowledge, this strategy might take quite a long time to build and also lots of headaches. Also, when you compare design plans that are common for a stairlift to buying a tried-and-true tested model, a home made version can not compete with commercial models as much as compactness and look. It's a robust approach to take. Additionally, remember safety is really a headache for anyone who's going to rely on the lift, so it's critical for you to do thorough testing and regular checking of your handiwork.

6) How are you supposed to run power to a stair lift?

Electric power (AC) stairlifts need a grounded standard 110v/20 amp outlet located at or close to the bottom or top of the stairs. Direct current, or battery powered (DC) stairlifts use batteries capable of being recharged. Plug in the DC powered stairlift when it's not used to recharge the battery. There are also DC powered units that empower the batteries to be continuously charged by the AC electricity while the DC power is used by the stairlift from the batteries. The battery operated stairlift will continue to run until it runs out of electricity, if there is a power outage. The DC stairlift is not going to run in case the transformer burns out and also you must possess the charger.

7) Are there any structural modifications needed before installing a lift?

No. Since stairlifts do not attach to the wall, there are no modifications which are needed. The stairlift is installed into existing stair treads. The one thing that we do recommend is that if you are planning to change the flooring or carpeting on your stairs in the following five years, you may want to intend to do it before you install your stairlift to avert future removal and re-installation prices.

8) Is there any permanent damage when installing one of these lifts?

No. One of the rationales that the stairlifts are attached to the staircase is to protect your Mesa dwelling from damage related to installment. The few screws attached to the stairlifts can be handled by the treads of the stairs. The holes are easy to cover. The complete value of your property will not depreciate. Realtors used to advocate that a stairlift be removed prior to putting your house available on the market, yet given increased life expectancy in case you plan on selling your home, this is not any longer the case.

9) Can you rent a stair lift for an extended period of time?

Due to individual situation you could be facing, you will need to rent a stairlift instead of purchase one. Possibly you'll have business for an extended period of time that will benefit from its use, perhaps you lease your house, or someone in your family has had surgery or an injury and wants it temporarily. Sometimes, depending on the medical condition, you simply can't be sure how long you will want the stairlift and renting seems like the best choice on a month-to-month basis. Rental programs frequently offer a minimum of 3 months and often comprise the setup and de-installation in the rental package. Some Arizona companies even offer rent to own programs. Nevertheless, it is crucial that you take into account the cost of installation and de-installation before picking this option instead of buying a stairlift that is secondhand.

10) How much would a cheap one cost?

You can likely locate a cheap stairlift for about $1,000, but we also urge you be careful of scams. Some people soon learned that there were flaws in the unit and have purchased a very inexpensive unit or they did not work properly once they got them home. Quality is important because you could end up spending a lot more to maintain an economical purchase. To be able to locate an affordable alternative, consider renting one or purchasing used versions. Scroll by means of this page to see our advice on seeking units that are affordable and finance choices. Recall also that some businesses buy back your stairlift if it turns out you no longer need it and you don't desire to keep throwing money down the drain on a unit that isn't made with quality in mind.

11) Can the track be shortened?

Yes. The tracks can be fixed as well as the span could be reduced. Yet, using the right personal protective equipment is extraordinarily recommended. Some producers of stairlifts supply do-it-yourself cutting instructions. Here's the catch though. Making certain that you get the length of the staircase to correspond with the course length is extremely critical. Without proper measurements, you may find that the setup leads to more difficulties instead of relying on professional installers with expertise. If the courses cut incorrect, you might have trouble returning them depending on the return policy. Most manufacturers will merely accept returns if the track has not been cut, because the cut of the course is custom designed. We highly recommend that you don't install your own stairlift or cut yourself to the path. It's not very safe. An incorrect shortening of the course or the wrong length of track can prove to be extremely dangerous, especially when the path is not too long. At the top of the stairway or if the individual who desires the stairlift steps off of the chair short of the ground floor, they can injure themselves. It is very important the tracks as well as the chair work just. Licensed installers worry and will save you from a lot of head aches and possible prevent harms that are awful.

12) Is there any way to sell the equipment when we are done with it?

Yes. There are producers and providers that offer buy-back programs. A lot of them will remove the unwanted raise additionally. Many buyers do not like to purchase straight from a seller, because they need to have it checked out by a professional to determine how well it works and whether it'll work on their stairs. Particular models sell easier than many others.

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