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Stairlifts help people maintain full home access. They come with easy to use paddle controls. Many stairlifts also offer digital status display systems which helps keep the owner informed of the stairlifts operational status.
Other standard features include: padded swivel seats, a safety belt, maintenance-free DC power pack, lockable isolation switches, fold-up seat and footrest, 5 safety safety sensors, infrared remote controls, electronic and mechanical breaking systems.
A stair lift is a motorized lift that carries a person up and down the stairs. A moving chair rides up and down on a narrow track attached directly to the steps.
A Stairway Lift attaches to your stairs – not the wall. Therefore, they require no modifications to the structure of the home for installation.
The track on a stairlift takes up less than 10” of your staircase. When folded up, most units use less than 14” space. If your staircase is less than 36” wide, it is recommended you sit the user in a chair that is up against a wall, and measure the distance from the wall to the users knees. Once this information is forwarded to EZ Able, we can assist you with determining if you have enough room to use your lift properly.
Stairlifts have different lifting capacities from 300 lbs. up to 500 lbs. They are designed for use by one person at a time.
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