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Questions to Ask When Purchasing Stairlifts and Mobility Aids

Buying mobility aids for a disabled relative can be expensive. When checking out stairlifts, handicap ramps, platforms, and lifts, be sure to ask all the right questions about the products before spending a hefty sum of money.

  • How safe is this stairlift?
    Safety can be a big concern when it comes to electric-powered stairlifts, especially in homes with grandchildren and pets. Be sure to get a stairlift that comes with an emergency stop feature. Safety can also be a concern when it comes to electric wheelchair-accessible vertical platforms.

  • Can this wheelchair or scooter be used both inside and outdoors?
    You want to make sure that your loved one has the freedom to leave home. There may be some cheaper scooters and wheelchairs designed for indoor use only.

  • I want to purchase an elevator for my van or automobile. Do you recommend professional installation?
    There are different types of van elevators designed for handicap people. For safety reasons, some may require that you hire a professional to install it properly.

  • What type of equipment is available for handicap access in the bathroom?
    Give your loved one privacy while bathing or using the toilet. There are rails, curved hooks and other items that your loved one can use to get into the bathtub or to wash.

  • I am looking for a straight, residential wheelchair ramp for my home. What is the complete cost?
    Be sure to get labor estimates and not just the cost of the materials.

  • The last set of walker glides we bought broke - can you recommend a sturdier brand?
    There are many different brands of sliders out there. Have a sales associate recommend a set that can withstand a lot of wear and tear if you use a walker all the time.
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    Stairlifts make it possible for people who would otherwise be immobile to scoot and glide along their indoor or outdoor stairs easily. They reduce the risk of falling as well. Some lifts work in baths, while others are designed for use in handicap accessible vans. Contractors can install these stairlifts for customers, whether curved or straight rail designs. These electric powered devices comprise platforms, rails, seats, and more.

    In speaking with a contractor about the project, he or she should be able to pick up the kits necessary to complete the job. These kits include all the equipment, supplies, and products needed to install a residential auto stairlift or home elevator for the disabled. They can usually fit vans with ramps and lifts as well, to accommodate wheelchairs.

    Dealers that sell stairlifts and related accessories often have websites, with customer service lines open 24 hours a day. They should offer quality products with warranties, along with low price and satisfaction guarantees. They may also offer reasonable return policies on dumbwaiters, mobility scooters, vertical platform lifts, and battery powered stairlifts. Customers can opt for delivery if purchasing online, or they can seek out a local dealer and pick up the merchandise themselves.

    Stairlifts should come with detailed installation directions, which may also be available online. Many dealers offer weekly specials, and they may offer bulk discounts on a wholesale level to retailers and contractors who need lots of home straight and curved stairlifts, and related equipment for indoor and outdoor use.

    Speaking with a customer service representative should provide you with the answers you need to purchase the appropriate wheelchair ramp, handicap platform, or elevator for your needs.