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Reconditioned Stair Lift

Reconditioned Stair Lift

The stair lifts can make for a more enjoyable life inside your home. The loss of mobility inside your own house can be devastating for you and your caregiver. The chair lifts can also ease the minds of your loved ones that live away from you.

You can now access rooms and even whole floors that may have been off limits to you without the chair lift. The chair lifts of today are designed to help give you back your independence. There are several different features all with different price ranges that should make one appropriate for each situation and budget. There is the indoor and then the out door chair lift. There is the straight and the curved chair lifts. It is important also that that these units meet a few requirements before we would want to take them inside our house. A few to consider is first of all the cosmetic appearance. They must look agreeable to the eyes as well as have a great work performance. No one would want a noisy piece of equipment inside the house that would disturb the other occupants. Along with the beauty and quietness, you will need a unit that can be dependable for several years of service to you or your loved one.

The chair lifts are ran off of DC battery power. The batteries are recharged after the use of the lift. The safety feature of batteries are no trailing wires with the added bonus of contributing to the overall cosmetic appearance of dangling, ugly wires. This also allows for use even in the event of a power outage. The lifts of today are very cost efficient and operate on a very low voltage. Another great feature of the chair lift is you can lift almost anything, not just a person. Great for helping with other items such as groceries, laundry or luggage.

A reconditioned stair lift may be a better investment if you plan to use the lift for a long period or even temporarily for a short period of time. Events like joint surgery or an injury might be a typical situation of a short time need. The cost of the reconditioned lift is often hundreds of dollars cheaper then a new unit. This reduced price could make the difference of someone having to move out of their home or could save money on remodeling costs. Make sure the reconditioned unit will match your stairs and the user needs. Determine which side of the stairs you will need to place the lift on. Being the new lifts are designed for the specific weight of the new owner, make sure there is no issue or the need for certain weight concerns. Can the newest owner use the lift or is there any physical limitations to be addressed. Some states have very stringent stair lift regulations and may require a certified professional to do the install and then to have an inspection.   Another great idea, if you need a way to transport your motorized or light weight wheelchair, try Harmar Scooter Lifts.  With a lift to fit almost every vehicle, these is one for your car.  Harmar Scooter Lifts also has a wide varity of ramps also.

 

Reconditioned Stair Lift