Stairlift Home Installation in New England
Stairlifts in NH, VT, ME
Do you have a hard time getting up and down stairs? You’re not alone. Every year, thousands of people struggle with problems posed by the stairs in their home. At All-Ways Accessible, we have safe and affordable solutions that can make your home livable again.
Residential Stairlifts Installed in New England
Stairlifts go by many names: electric chair lift, stairway lift, stair climber, and others. The bottom line is that they get you where you need to go, with reliability and efficiency. At All-Ways Accessible, we proudly install stairlifts in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, and Vermont.
Our clients find that installing a stairlift in their home is the easiest, most economical option for making it livable again. Before you consider moving, remodeling your home, or living on a single level, why not give All-Ways Accessible a call? We’re a brick-and-mortar store that sells value and quality, first and foremost.
Stairlift Installation Costs & Options
While it’s tough to give a single definitive price point, Stairlifts for straight staircases with appropriate head clearance can cost between $2,800 and $4,000 for full installation. Beyond that, factors like curves and landings can add to the design and installation costs. It’s always best to have one of our accessibility specialists evaluate the site. We’ll check out your staircase at no cost or obligation to you! Our goal is to help determine the right stairlift for your needs.
Considering Having a Chair Lift Installed In Your Home?
Not all chair lifts are created equal… that’s why it’s important to know what factors will meet your specific needs! Everyone has a different body type, and some people can operate machinery more effectively than others. Your Stairlift needs to be just right for you. Things like staircase landings, stair height and width, and flooring materials all play a role in which chair lift is best for you.
Come visit our design center and explore your options! We’re just a short drive from anywhere in NH, ME or VT.The lift specialists at All-Ways Accessible will evaluate your home, educate you about the best options, and even give you a chance to test out different stairway lifts in our showroom!
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Straight Stair Lifts
When most people think about a stair lift, the standard straight stair chairs are the ones that most often come to mind. The majority of homes have a basic, wooden, straight stairway. People often ask how wide the stairs need to be to accommodate a stair lift. We tell them that if the stairs are 32 inches wide or wider, you can install a stairlift on it. However, a person’s height and some other factors can impact whether a lift will work on a narrower set of stairs. That’s why we like to do a home visit; we want to make sure the lift is right for you AND your home.This is just one of the many reasons All-Ways Accessible is known for providing value to it's customers.
The biggest misconception about stair lifts is that the rail is installed on the wall, when in fact, with almost every straight stairlift, the rails are bolted to the stairway. If your stairway is made of something other than wood, that doesn’t mean you can’t install a stair lift – it just means it will take some extra special care to install it properly. Because straight stair lifts are the most common chair lift option, All-Ways Accessible maintains an inventory of two different brands so we are ready to install your stairlift as quickly as possible.
Custom Curved Stairlifts
Stairways are like snowflakes, no two are alike, and not all of them are straight. That’s when a custom-designed and digitally - configured curved stair lift makes the most sense. By using high tech measuring software and a special camera, our lift specialist can ensure that your custom curve stair lift fits perfectly! Here at All-Ways Accessible, we do not recommend curved stairlifts that use modular rail systems (these are basically standard rail pieces that are “fit” together). Modular rail products are hard to fit and require several attempts to get the rail angles correct. This can mean a lot of extra holes in your stairway. One man drilled 136 holes trying to make a modular rail system fit his stairway before contacting us about a custom engineered rail system. Yes, the custom engineered rail takes longer to get, but we believe it makes for a better fit, a better installation and a much more satisfied customer!
Stairlift Installation Options for Your New England Home
Stairlifts in NH, VT, ME
Stairlifts come in all varieties of makes and models. In addition to the chair lift system itself, there are also numerous features and accessories that allow for easier and more comfortable use. At All-Ways Accessible, we’ve selected the top industry options that offer the most flexibility and value for our clients.
Types of Residential Stairlifts
When most people think about a Stairlift, they picture a standard, straight seat lifts. They’re surprised to learn that Stairlifts can be customized to accommodate all manner of staircases. There are some limiting factors to chair lift installation, such as the width of the stairs. Whatever your living situation, our experts can assess both your home and your personal needs, delivering the quality lift you deserve.
New Straight Stairway Lifts
New Custom Curved Stairlifts
Certified Pre-Owned Straight Stairlifts.
Commercial Stairlift Installation in New England
Looking to improve the quality and accessibility of your workplace? We provide stair consultations for building owners around New England. Sometimes an elevator isn’t quite right, or perhaps a commercial Stairlift makes more sense in a certain area. Whatever your workplace situation, we offer a range of models and can install any Stairlift at an affordable cost.
Professional Stairlift Installation in NH, VT, ME
The lift specialists at All-Ways Accessible are always happy to evaluate your home or place of business, educate you about the best options, and provide you a chance to test out different stairway lifts in our showroom! We’re just a short drive from anywhere in NH, ME or VT.
For some people, the need for a stairlift is only temporary.
If you are recovering from an accident or surgery and your ability to climb stairs is restricted, don’t add insult to injury by sleeping on the couch or scooting up and down the stairs on your back side.
Rent a stair lift!
Our stair lift rental program is a minimum of 3 months, and the price quoted includes installation along with 3 months rental.
If you need the chair lift for more than 3 months, then we are happy to extend the rental. If your rehab turns into something more permanent, we can even convert your rental stairway lift into a purchase and apply a portion of your paid rental fees toward the purchase of the stair lift!
Certified Pre Owned Stairlifts
When customers inquire about our stair lifts, more often then not, they usually inquire about the availability of a used lift. At All-Ways Accessible, we do sell used straight stairway lifts if we have them. However, used lifts are very popular, and our inventory does vary. But it never hurts to ask!
We do buy back some straight stairlifts; it depends on how old they are, whether or not they have been serviced regularly, and how many we already have in inventory at the time.
All Stairlifts that come to us go through a quality control certification process before moving to our certified pre owned stairlift inventory.
If you purchase a used straight stairlift we do offer some type of labor warranty on the used stair lifts we sell. It varies by stairlift; age is usually the largest determining factor in the length of warranty.
All-Ways Accessible is your local Stannah Dealer for New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont.
Stannah is a family-owned business with over 140 years of experience in the lifting industry. They make some of the world's best-selling stairlifts, and have sold over 500,000 globally.
Better by design
A good prouct depends partly on using quality materials, but far more on the skill of designers and engineers. Stannah has a worldwide reputation for thoughtful design; the stairlifts are styled to fit into your home, are easy to use, reliable, and have approprate safety features included as standard.
Examples of the thoughtful design include the way stair lifts can be folded without bending down (especially important at the top of the stairs), the seat belt placement on the end of an armrest (much easier to reach than a seat belt by the hips) and the shape of the track which is narrow, and enclosed so that anything dropped on it falls harmlessly aside.
All Stannah Stairlifts use a reliable battery system with a smart trickle-charger that plugs into a standard power outlet. Not only does this use very little electricity, it is also quiet and makes for a smooth ride that will allow you to use your stairlift in the event of a power outage.
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