Back when you had boundless energy and few (if any) mobility restrictions, scaling a couple of stairs to your home entryway would have been thought of as no big deal. But it is an entirely different matter […]
See if a curved stair lift is just what you need to help you regain the independence and mobility that you thought was gone forever!
The process of stair lift renting for your metro Atlanta home is designed to provide maximum comfort and ease, as there are no long-term commitments. Once the lift is installed, minimum rent requirements range from one to a few months.
Stair lifts have changed the lives of many individuals who suffer from mobility limitations that make it difficult (or impossible) to climb stairs. There are countless advantages to buying a stair lift. Your metro Atlanta certified aging in place (CAPS) specialist can fill you in on additional life-enriching boons a curved stair lift could bring, today.
Curved or Straight Stair Lift, Which Do You Need? Since the designs are custom-built to accommodate specific variances in stair features, the curved lift price is considerably higher and both ordering (2-3 weeks) and installation time frames (min. 6-8 hours) are longer.
Stairlift pricing – Straight stairlifts typically cost approximately three thousand dollars, and can normally be installed within three to five days. Curved stair lifts are significantly more expensive.
Low straight stair lift prices in the 14 county Metro Atlanta area include the home assessment, ordering and supplying of the lift and rails, lift installation, and all GA permits and inspection fees.
One of the reasons we encourage prospective customers to set up an appointment with our Georgia certified stair lift installer, is to give the installer an opportunity to visit the metro Atlanta home to complete […]
Stair Lifts Atlanta offers competitive curved and straight stair lift prices for metro Atlanta, with straight stair lifts costing about $3000.00, including the home visit and all State of Georgia inspections and certifications.
If your stair goes up a set of stairs to a landing and then you turn either 90° or 180°– you have a switchback stair which requires a curved stair lift. Curved stair lifts vary in configuration in accordance with the dimensions of your particular stair, and therefore must be custom-made.