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Make Living Every DayEasier and Less Painful

Going up and down stairs can be incredibly distressing for a lot of individuals, with failing knees and hips. A fresh lift makes that procedure completely pain-free, and turns something you need to do multiple times in a day rather than a debilitating one, into an enjoyable experience. A new lift is likely to make your everyday life easier.

Be able to Remain in Your Providence Home for Longer

With a fresh stair lift you will manage to stay in your Providence house for much more, without having to move to a fresh and unfamiliar place. It makes going up and down the stairs will permit you to stay in the Rhode Island house you love for years more than you normally could, and every day a fun action rather than a painful one.

Bypass Breaking a Hip

The stairs are just one of the most dangerous areas in your house, as well as just one fall can result in a serious harm that may greatly hinder you for years. You can add many added years to your own life, and revel in your family and grandkids for considerably longer, by avoiding falling on the stairs. Avoid breaking a hip, knee or back with a tumble down the stairway.


Does having to take the staircase at home make you wish you had the same option to take the lift whenever you are in a public place, just like you do?

Do you procrastinate as you can not get up the stairway and then get frustrated that your list of matters to do is longer?

Does the additional help you supply your aged parent or dependent seem too dangerous and overwhelming when it comes to accompanying them up and down the stairs?

People dwelling in Providence neighborhoods rely on our professionals that are capable, because we focus on security and correctness can match it within a few hours or within a day depending on your own staircase and when installing your stairlift.

Once you experience life with a stairlift, you will wish you’d done it earlier.

For lots of people dwelling in Providence, dealing with pain or an injury or getting up a flight of stairs may eventually become an immense chore. The emotional consequences are debilitating and may start affecting every aspect of your life. People that have had a stairlift installed comprehend that they have to self-restrict themselves and suffer the consequences of changing their behavior to handle the chore.

Many, who continue without a solution, even start to experience other damaging health unwanted effects. These effects aren’t merely related to the immobility.

When you have found that you’re not steady on your feet or that you are changing the way you scale on your stairway, then you are already making your life more difficult than it must be.

The happiness we experience in life, because we feel like we are in control is increased by addressing difficulties and we’re removing hurdles that can endanger us.

Give our Providence team a call to find out the way to experience life with a stairlift and recover charge of your life with a simple fast solution that will serve well you for years!

Maintain your Independence in Rhode Island, because the stairs do not have to confine which part of the house you go to.

No one likes to feel weak. Unexpectedly having to deal with restricting your movements as a consequence of a disability or mature age can make you lose your trust. It can reduce the quality of your life. So you can quit letting those stairway destroy your day that is unnecessary with new technologies that can be installed in your house.

Plenty of folks face the tough decision of how to continue enjoy greater rates of dignity and to live comfortably in their home when facing mobility constraints. Even if our bodies change with age, our desire to help you to get about and live an independent lifestyle sticks with us.

Needing to wait around for someone to assist you in jobs that are routine or getting to your own cozy bed can take its toll. Actually, it is among the core values that caregivers focus on, making sure that they keep a feeling of dignity as well as respect for a loved one.

No wonder, the desire for dignity and esteem actually grows more powerful when a person becomes sick, challenged with freedom issues, or disabled.

It is possible that you have already decided to live at home, instead of an assisted living facility, despite needing to confront a handicap or age-associated challenge coming your way.

Maybe you are not familiar with installing a stairlift can help you maintain your access to each area of your house. The wonderful thing about living at home is the fact that there are a lot of options and they are yours to make.

Our Providence staff knows how important it’s to get your questions answered and is available right now to give you the support and help enable you to move around and you really need to make an educated choice.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) Can you build one of these yourselves?

It certainly depends upon your technical know how. It's an extremely daunting procedure. You can find used stairlifts and save yourself from the inherent hassle and potential risks of building one yourself. Some layouts are available on the Internet, yet, minus the proper tools, materials and welding knowledge, this approach may take lots of concerns along with a long time to build. Also, when you compare layout plans that are common for a stairlift to buying a tried-and-true tested model that is, a homemade version can't compete with commercial models as much as appearance and compactness. Itis a rugged approach to go. Also, recall security is a real headache for anybody who is going to rely on the raise, so it's critical for you to do thorough testing and regular checking account of your handiwork.

2) Is there any permanent damage when installing one of these lifts?

No. One of the reasons that the stairlifts are attached to the staircase is to protect your Providence home from damage related to installment. The few screws can be handled by the treads of the stairs. The holes are not difficult to cover. The entire worth of your house will not depreciate. Realtors used to recommend that a stairlift be removed prior to placing your house available on the market, nevertheless given increased life expectancy, should you plan on selling your home, this isn't any longer the case.

3) Does it increase or decrease the value of my home?

The total value of your house won't depreciate. In case you plan on selling your Providence home, realtors used to urge that a stairlift be removed prior to placing your house on the Rhode Island marketplace, however given increased life expectancy, this isn't any longer the case. You move or may even entirely remove the stairlift with no signs of installation when you desire or want it. Realtors can list the home is suitable for living that is reachable independent and that the stairlift is a high utility value for disabled people and when a purchaser wants it removed, then that chance is offered by them.

4) How are you supposed to run power to a stair lift?

Electric-power (AC) stairlifts require a grounded normal 110v/20 amp outlet found at or near the bottom or top of the staircase. Plug in the DC powered stairlift when it's not used to recharge the battery. There are also DC powered units that enable the batteries to continuously charge while the stairlift uses the DC power from the batteries. When there is a power outage, the battery operated stairlift will continue to run until it runs out of power. In case the transformer burns out, the DC stairlift WOn't run and you also should possess the charger.

5) How fast do stairlifts go?

Commonly the speed ranges from 13.78 feet per minute to 29.53 feet per minute with the speed varying with the rider's weight, all within the recommended industry standard. The maximum rate in america is 40 feet per minute. Units can come with an emergency brake safety feature in the event you feel out of control descending. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers oversees the standards for stairs chair lifts for matters of public safety, including speed under ASME A18.1.. Some makers offer a varying speed of 0 to 38 feet per minute.

6) Does AETNA cover the cost of these lifts?

No. Aetna bases this conclusion on whether several criteria are met. The Aetna member must be: (1) incapable of standing up from a standard armchair at home; (2) and must have severe arthritis of the hip or knee, or have severe neuromuscular disorder; (3) and the seat lift mechanism should be prescribed to effect improvement, or arrest or retard deterioration in the member's condition; (4) and once standing, the member must have the capacity to ambulate. Subsequently, Aetna would consider seat lift mechanisms medically necessary durable medical equipment (DME). However, Aetna will not insure stairlifts because they're considered home modifications. They essentially follow the rules for lift mechanisms of Medicare as explained in the question that handles Medicare coverage of these medical devices.

7) Can these be used on carpeted floors?

Lifts can be set up on all forms of flooring (carpeting, concrete, tile, marble, linoleum, or bare wooden stairs). Installers can screw right through the carpet. Professional installers don't cut the paths inside the house, because the aluminum chips are quite difficult to remove from the carpeting. One thing that specialists say is that if your carpeting is likely to need replacing in the next 5 years, before you have a stairlift, you may want to replace it. Otherwise, you'll need to factor in the price of uninstalling and re installing the stairlift.

8) Can a stair lift go around corners?

Yes. Although straight stairlifts are commonly not as expensive, curved stairlifts can be custom-built to fit any staircase. Modern rail layouts can help the stairlift journey around corners snugly, comfortably, and smoothly to suit your lifestyle, leaving a lot of room for people to walk the stairs up and down easily.

9) How are they powered?

You can save energy by turning it off with the remote also, when you are not using the stairlift. Stairlifts come in both battery powered (D/C) and electric (A/C) models. One concern is whether you live in an area that experiences a lot of power outages, as you don't need to be stranded mid-lift during a thunderstorm. (However, ask the maker about the backup power system which should be included in your version.) Also, consider the price of replacing the battery and also the life of the battery. While some prefer electrical versions for reasons which range from battery life to some apparatus difficulties unique to battery models, others prefer battery powered stairlifts, since they can result in lower electric bills, although the cost of the electricity to operate the stairlift has been considered insignificant by the majority of manufacturers. You really do not have to plug after every use in a battery charger, since the battery model has a wall plug to maintain the battery charged. Another thing to consider is how inclined the user is, cables have to be disconnected and reconnected to fit the newest battery and because casing and the seat on some versions must be removed. Request instructions and see if it's something that you'll need to replace yourself. We'd be happy to help you out. Make certain there's a spark plug within several feet of the lift, in the event you choose an electrical version. No special outlets are needed.

10) Can you apply for one of these lifts if you are on disability?

A person qualifies for Social Security disability benefits when they've worked in work that was covered by Social Security and have a medical condition that meets their definition of handicap. Benefits might be covered, if you are injured or on impairment. Since SSI is a needs-based plan and an SSI recipient must have limited income and resources, qualification for the Plan for Achieving Self-Support (PASS) allows a person with a disability to achieve an occupational goal. The cash that is set aside under a PASS could be used for anything that results in an occupational goal and may be used to cover house adjustments via an SSI savings plan. It's possible for you to figure out more about PASS through your Rhode Island Social Security Administration office or call toll free 800 772 1213.

11) How much do stair lifts costs?

Based on Consumer Affairs, the very best nine stairlift brand names beginning with the finest-rated include: Rise Stairlifts, Accessible Building, Acorn Stairlifts, Silver Cross, Bruno, AmeriGlide, State Home Elevator, 101 Mobility and Stannah. Pros rate these based on various features, factors, and due to situation. Since every stairway differs, many of these companies usually do not publicize their prices. Often, they are going to beat any competitive quote. Stairlifts that are used can cost under $2,000. Aid and rental programs are available. While some do not include setup in the purchase price, some products are sold as complete packages including installment as well as a warranty. The shape of the stairwell, the length of the seat style, the track, work, and the features you desire determine the price.

12) Are there any good options for used or recycled lifts in my area?

Yes. Stairlifts that are reconditioned and recycled are accessible and are an option. Custom designed curved stairlifts are harder to resell, as the angles round the curves really need to be a very close match. Otherwise, a recycled stairlift isn't fundamentally bad only because it is used and offers lots of edges. Many Rhode Island stairlifts are bought back by stairlift firms and resell them used. A stairlift that was used resold and may have been removed, because the person who depended on the lift improved within their condition, they went, or the need for it was temporary. They cost considerably less than new versions. When purchasing a lift that is secondhand, be sure you ask some questions. Ask about their weight and the prior owner /height demands. Ask about the age of the model that is used. We advise that you do not buy one which is 10 years old, because that version is close to retirement. Inquire mechanical questions regarding the state of the battery, the working status of the tracks, the raise, and its particular motor. As mentioned before, you can shorten the length of tracks if required. However, make sure you stick to a very measured strategy for cutting tracks, because a mistake will cost you.

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