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Stair Lifts: Indoor & Outdoor Chair Lifts

Our certified and factory-trained stairlift installers use a Digital Measuring Camera System to construct and install the safest and most reliable interior and exterior handicap stairlifts and wheelchair ramps that properly follow the rise, run, and curvature of your staircase. From straight lifts to curved and interior to exterior, we have the stairlift for your home.

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Harmar® SL300 Straight Home Stair Lift

The SL300 Stair Lift is competitively priced with plenty of value. Very compact, it runs smoothly and requires little to no maintenance.

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The SL600 has earned its name and reputation for standing above the rest. Design, Form, and Function come together to make Pinnacle the most reliable, durable, and desirable stairlift on the market.

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A Helix Curved Stair Lift is one of a kind, made just for you. Harmar designs are crafted to fit your needs, staircase, and decor.

Learn More About the Harmar CSL500 Helix Curved Home Stair Lift

Some say this is the most popular American-made straight stairlift. Bruno’s Elan is a mix of stylish design, high-quality functionality, and ease-of-use operation.

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With an artfully, handcrafted rail made specifically for your stairs, Bruno’s Elite Curve flows gracefully into every angle and delivers an unmatched smooth ride.

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This system is custom-built to fit the exact specifications of staircases that have curves, turns, or intermediate landings. Bruno’s Elite curved stair lift model provides safe floor-to-floor access when the stairs become too difficult to navigate.

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Designed to withstand varying climates, the Elite Outdoor Straight stairlift features weather-resistant seat materials, a lightweight cover, and anodized aluminum rail to ensure you can count on your chairlift for years into the future.

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Are stair lifts covered by Medicare?

It is common for customers who are looking to purchase a stairlift to ask if Medicare or their private health insurance will cover the cost of a stairlift. Medicare and private health insurance in the US usually do not cover the cost of purchasing of a stairlift. Rather, the purchase of a stairlift is generally private pay. If you need financial assistance to purchase a stairlift, Ability Center offers mobility equipment financing.

How much are lift chairs for stairs?

The cost of a stair lift varies depending on the length and complexity of the staircase, but the cost range is typically between $3,200 for an average straight rail stairlift installed and $15,000 and up for a custom curved-rail stairlift. The national average is around $6,000. There are also custom features that accommodate a wide variety of user that will provide extra comfort and safety for the user. Those can include wider footrests, custom swivel seats, seat assist and more.

What is the difference between a “stairlift” and a “chairlift”?

A stairlift has a seat called a carriage and allows you to move from floor to floor on a track that rides up and down the stairs, while a chairlift has a platform designed to lift a wheelchair user while they remain sitting in their chair.

Can stairlifts be fitted to any stairs?

A stairlift can generally be manufactured and installed to fit almost any stairway, although the final stairlift cost will vary depending on the kind of chair, rail, and stairlift installation required.

How much weight can a stair lift hold?

Typical stairlifts have a weight capacity of 300 pounds, though many have capacities up to 400 pounds.

Can stairlifts be installed outdoors?

Yes, stairlifts can be installed outdoors and are a great mobility solution to allow you to enjoy the outdoors safely.