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Curved chair lift for stairs

By Edited May 13, 2016 0 0

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Curved chair lift for stairs can be difficult to find but may be ideal for some people, especially those living in a house with a decorative stair case or steps that do not go straight up but instead turn halfway up.

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Curved chair lift for stairs can be difficult to find but may be ideal for some people, especially those living in a house with a decorative stair case or steps that do not go straight up but instead turn halfway up.

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Curved chair lift for stairs can be difficult to find but may be ideal for some people, especially those living in a house with a decorative stair case or steps that do not go straight up but instead turn halfway up.

Most stairlifts for turning staircases are custom built depending on the measurements and track length. Since it is not very common, there may be less options or choices available when ordering one, since it will greatly depend from person to person and each home will likely have its own unique differences as well.

You can see how the rail is attached to the wall and turns where the steps also turn. While there may be fewer options when it comes to finding a lift that is meant for turning steps or is custom built to fit especially in your home, there are still some choices as far as who to use as a manufacturer and supplier as well as installer. It is recommended that lifts be professionally installed by a reputable contractor or supplier to ensure maximum safety and quality. While some companies do allow customers to purchase their own safety and mobility equipment to install on their own, this is not always the best choice if you are not comfortable with doing that type of work on your own or if you are not experienced. In fact, it could be quite the opposite of safe if you were to do it on your own without knowing how to do it, so be sure that if safety is a concern of yours that you only trust someone else who is licensed, insured, and experienced to do the work.

Here are some of the companies that currently offer curved stairlifts:

Bruno Stair Lifts: As one of the oldest companies in the lift industry founded in 1984, they have a long standing reputation of quality and customer satisfaction. All of their products include professional installation in order to ensure your own personal safety. Learn more about Bruno and the types of products they offer.

Acorn: Acorn is another prominent manufacturer and supplier of home mobility equipment. They too have a long standing reputation of products and customer satisfaction and history. You can learn more about Acorn Stair Lifts here.

Stannah: If you are in the UK, then a Stannah chair as the one pictured in the video above by one of the country's leading providers may be a good choice for you. Unfortunately finding dealers in the U.S. can be rather difficult.

Sterling: Sterling is another company that may have the right type of stair lift you need in your home for your turned staircase. Based in the Poconos Mountains of Pennsylvania in the US, they offer several options and could be another choice for you to explore. In the UK, you can get the same products from their parent company Minivator. Learn More About Sterling Stair Lifts.
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If you are torn between what type to get or what kind of chair lift is right for you, speaking to a local reputable and independent authorized distributor or dealership may help you view product demonstrations and try them out before committing to the curved stair lifts that are right for you.

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