Stair Lifts Atlanta offers in-home assessments and installation of stair lifts and chair lifts, vertical and platform lifts, and residential elevators to residents living in Metro Atlanta and North Georgia communities.
Stair Lifts Atlanta offers a variety of ways to solve accessibility problems, depending on your degree of mobility. Ramps are often a good solution if there are just a few steps up to a porch or patio; and a stair lift will efficiently carry a passenger with the ability to move in and out of the wheelchair. For those individuals who are unable to move from a wheelchair to a stair lift, a platform lift will often solve the problem.
Are you comparing prices between a Bruno and Sterling stair lift? In comparison to a Bruno lift, the Sterling stair lift is comparable in quality but more reasonably priced.
We install Sterling straight and curved stair and platform lifts at indoor and outdoor locations at Atlanta, Marietta, Lawrenceville and Athens homes; amongst other north Georgia locations.
Incline Platform Wheelchair Lift for Atlanta Home Solves Your Accessibility Challenge — The incline platform lift has a platform for the wheelchair to ride on rather than the individual transferring from the wheelchair to a lift chair. The incline platform lift has a fold-up platform, and a railing accessible to non-lift users.
What are some of the most helpful financing resources available to families seeking to purchase a stair lift? While the Senior Healthy LIfestylemajority of residential stair lifts are paid for out-of-pocket, there are public and private programs that can assist with the purchase of a lift, including private health insurance, VA benefits, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), mortgage insurance programs (e.g., Title 1 and Section 203(k), and banks and lending institutions.
Whether disabled due to an auto or work accident, or a veteran wounded in action, each may find particular challenges navigating at home. At Atlanta Home Modifications, we have the expertise to help Atlanta residents with disabilities become mobile in their own homes, again, via indoor and outdoor straight and curved stair lifts.
Wheelchair vertical stair lifts take up less space and help the senior or person with a disability move quickly around the home. For those who have some limited mobility at home, straight and curved stair lifts can be installed as well.
Most people associate stair lifts with very old people or the disabled. While both groups need stair lifts for mobility, using a stair lift is also about safety. With over 25-30% of falls resulting in hip injuries which reduce mobility, stair lifts exist to prevent the very injuries which necessitate installing a stair lift. Additionally, outdoor stair lifts allow for easier access into the yard or garden without the need for space-devouring ramps.
The over 60’s will constitute a full quarter of the population by 2050! In the metro Atlanta area, more and more seniors are choosing to age in place in their current home rather than move in with relatives or go to an assisted living facility.