Selecting a new straight or curved stair lift for your metro Atlanta residence can be very challenging if you are facing a deadline due to a family member coming home the hospital or from a rehabilitation center. When shopping for a stair lift in Atlanta, the initial decisions to be made concern details relating to the home, such as:
- Indoor or outdoor installation location;
- Curved or straight stair;
- Stair lift, inclined lift or platform lift.
Once the questions of indoor or outdoor; and the type of life are determined – selection of the lift has primarily to do with weight capacity, stair clearances, preferred manufacturers and price range. Popular models include Bruno Stair Lifts and Sterling Stair Lifts. The following Sterling 1000 Straight Stairlift details are quoted from the website, “The Sterling 1000 Straight Stair Lift is equipped with the Smart Seat which provides comfort and support and gives the option of upgrading with powered features. In addition to this the anodised aluminum rail offers a stylish solution with a hidden gear rack. A choice of six upholstery colors are available with the Sterling 1000.” The lift seat also comes with a manual or powered swivel option.
For more information about stair lift models, contact Atlanta Home Modifications at 770.880.3405. Representatives of Atlanta Home Modifications assist metro Atlanta and north Georgia residents in selecting stair lifts for area homes, handling the work from start to finish. Our elevator and lift installation services are in strict accordance with ADA standards and the State of Georgia elevator and lift installation certification requirements. For more details about the Sterling 1000 Straight Stair Lift, contact us today, or email to [email protected].
Atlanta Home Modifications, LLC will provide you with information about stair lift selection and ordering, and dependable pricing and availability information. We specialize in accessibility equipment; stair lifts, platform lifts and residential elevators; and disability home modifications in metro Atlanta and north Georgia communities.