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Stop Having to Worry About The Well-Being of Loved Ones

For the kids of aging parents, the daily worry of if their parent is not trapped and still healthy is a daily anxiety. You make life easier for everyone about, knowing the stairs are now considerably safer than before, and can significantly reduce this worry by including a stair lift to the home,.

Make Living Every DayEasier and Hurt Less

With failing hips and knees, going up and down stairs could be unbelievably painful for many people. A fresh lift makes that procedure totally pain free, and turns something you have to do multiple times per day rather than a debilitating one, into an enjoyable experience. A fresh elevator will make your daily life much easier.

Make Stairs Safer

Going up and down the stairs is something that most elderly folks feel is the most dangerous element of their day. Having to balance and scale is a dangerous mix, and can result in falling and seriously injuring yourself. A stair lift can turn this into an enjoyable and easy task, instead of one you worry.


Has the thought of having to assemble an additional bedroom on the first floor or move to just one floor house crossed your mind?

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

Keep your Independence in Arkansas, because the stairs don’t have to confine which part of the house you go to.

No one likes to feel weak. Suddenly needing to deal with limiting your movements as an effect of a disability or elderly age can cause you to lose your trust. It can decrease the quality of your life. In order to quit letting those stairs ruin your day, that is not needed with new technologies that may be installed in your home.

Plenty of people face the tough decision of how exactly to continue enjoy greater levels of dignity and to live in their own home when facing mobility restrictions. We are stuck with by our desire to be able to get about and live an unaffiliated lifestyle, even if our bodies change with age.

Having to wait around for someone to help you in routine jobs or getting to your own cozy bed can take its toll. The truth is, it is among the core values that caregivers focus on, making sure that they keep a feeling of dignity and also esteem for a loved one facing these challenges.

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

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

Perhaps you’re unfamiliar with installing a stairlift can help you keep your accessibility to each area of your house.

Decide to set the minds of family and friends at ease.

We worry about those who are closest to us. Peace of mind is an essential element of residing in an emotionally supportive way. What occurs to your body, including the anxiety that you expertise with the loss of your mobility and freedom impacts people you adore, and that includes co-workers, neighbors, family and friends.

For several loved ones, it pains them to see you endure and they would like you to make this part of your life more easy.

When you have a stairlift correctly installed by our Fayetteville team, then your family members can stop picturing the worst when you’re alone at home. They can feel more assured that you are getting about your home and they can put to rest the idea of putting you into an unknown setting at a care facility.

You can stay in your house by giving your loved ones peace of mind as well as your family may enjoy the time with you, since you’ll have fewer things to worry about.

Our Arkansas staff is prepared to provide you with a quote and discuss your special prerequisites for installing a stairlift in Fayetteville, to set your nearest and dearest minds at ease and to enhance every day of your life!

Frequently Asked Questions

1) Can these be used on carpeted floors?

Elevators can be set up on all forms of flooring (carpet, concrete, tile, marble, linoleum, or bare wooden stairs). In fact, most professionally installed stairlifts cost between $500 and $1,000 for the labour given a variety of variables based on the issue of the job. Installers can screw right through the carpeting. All you will see is the tops of the screws through the supporting brackets underneath the railing. The paths don't cut inside the house, because the aluminum chips are really hard to remove from the carpeting. One thing that experts say is that if your carpet will probably need replacing in the next 5 years, before you've a stairlift installed, you may want to replace it. Otherwise, you will need to factor in the cost of uninstalling and re-installing the stairlift.

2) How are they powered?

When you're not using the stairlift, you can conserve energy by turning it off with the remote also. Stairlifts come in both battery-powered (D/C) and electrical (A/C) models. One concern is whether you live in a place that experiences a lot of power outages, since you do not want to be stranded mid-lift during a storm. (Yet, ask the maker about the backup power system which should be included in your version.) Additionally, consider the price of replacing the life of the battery as well as the battery. Normally, depending on the brand, it costs $30-$160 to replace the battery or batteries . While some prefer electric models for reasons that range from battery life to some apparatus problems specific to battery models, others favor battery-powered stairlifts, since they can lead to lower electric bills, although the expense of the electricity to use the stairlift has been considered insignificant by most makers. You really do not have to plug in a battery charger after every use, because the battery model still has a wall plug to keep the battery charged. Another thing to think about is how inclined the user is, cables need to be disconnected and reconnected to insert the new battery and because the seat and housing on some versions have to be removed. Request directions and see if it is something that you will need to replace yourself. We'd be happy to assist you. If you decide on an electrical model, make sure there's a plug within a few feet of the lift. No special outlets are required.

3) About how long does it take to fully install one of these lifts in my Fayetteville home?

A fitting can take between 1-2 hours for straight stairs. A Arkansas professional will install the railing initially, followed by the seat along with the motor. Proper setup comprises walking you through the characteristics of your new stairlift once it's been examined following the fitting. A fitting for a curved stairlift can take as much as a half day.

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

Electric power (AC) stairlifts necessitate a grounded conventional 110v/20 amp outlet found at or near the bottom or top of the staircase. Direct current, or battery-powered (DC) stairlifts use batteries capable of being recharged. Plug in the DC powered stairlift to recharge the battery when it's not used. There are additionally DC powered units that enable the batteries to be always charged by the AC electricity while the stairlift uses the DC power from the batteries. The charger unit will convert the voltage to DC. The battery controlled stairlift will continue to run until it runs out of power when there is a power outage. The DC stairlift will not run if the transformer burns out and you have to have the charger serviced.

5) Can you rent a stair lift for an extended period of time?

As a result of individual circumstances you might be facing, you might need to rent a stairlift instead of purchase one. Some manufacturers offer this option understanding that there are certain occasions when a customer may just want it for a very short period of time. Perhaps you may have firm for a protracted period of time that may benefit from its use, maybe you rent your house, or someone in your family has had surgery or an injury and desires it briefly. Sometimes, depending on the medical condition, you simply can not be sure how long you'll need the stairlift and renting appears like the best option on a month-to-month basis. Some Arkansas firms even offer rent to own applications. Nonetheless, it's crucial that you take into account the cost of installation and de-installation before picking this alternative instead of buying a secondhand stairlift.

6) What types of financing are available if insurance doesn't cover home modifications?

Depending in your medical condition, there are some plans which help make the house modification less expensive. 1. The Fall Prevention Centre of Excellence lists government grants which are available for home modifications. 2. Contact the National Council on Independent Living Center (703) 525-3406 on how to get capital and referral services in your area. 3. You may also contact the Federal Housing Administration (ORFHA) which is part of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to make an application for financing to cover your stairlift through a mortgage insurance plan. Call (202) 708-1112. 4. It may reassure you to know that if your insurance does not cover the price, several of the stairlift makers have partnered with banks to provide financing alternatives, including monthly payment alternatives and loans. 5. There are other options to think about. The Internal Revenue Service may determine your home adjustment qualifies for tax deductions. Call the IRS to find out if you can deduct the price of installing your stairlift. IRS Publication 502 is an excellent resource that will assist you to gauge whether changing your stairway qualifies you to deduct it as a medical expense. You may also phone them at (800) 829-1040. 6. Some Area Agency of Aging use funds from the Older Americans Act Title III to modify homes, should you meet the requirements. You can phone them toll free at 877-866-2476 or visit

7) How much do they weigh?

The units are not light, which is among the reasons we do not recommend attempting to install them yourself. The lightest units on the market weigh 165-180 pounds installed (seat and track). Some units weight over 250 pounds installed. Courses and seat assemblies come in different sizes and shapes and are made of various kinds of materials determined by the model and its best features.

8) How fast do stairlifts go?

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

9) Are there any structural modifications needed before installing a lift?

No. There are not any modifications which are needed since stairlifts do not attach to the wall. The stairlift is installed into existing stair treads. The only thing that we do advocate is that if you're intending to modify the flooring or carpet on your own stairs in the next five years, you may want to intend to do it before you install your stairlift to avert future removal and reinstallation prices.

10) Does AETNA cover the cost of these lifts?

No. Aetna bases this determination 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 must be prescribed to effect improvement, or arrest or retard deterioration in the member's condition; (4) and once standing, the member has to have the ability to ambulate. Subsequently, Aetna would contemplate seat lift mechanisms medically necessary durable medical equipment (DME). Nevertheless, Aetna does not insure stairlifts because they are considered home changes. As described in the question that handles Medicare coverage of these medical devices, they basically follow the rules for aerodynamic lift mechanisms of Medicare.

11) How sturdy are these lifts to install?

The sturdiness of the chair assembly and path of a stairlift can change so that it is great to do some assignments. As a way to determine how tough a stairlift is, make certain it's strong enough for the most significant user by comparing maximum weight capacities. Some companies claim the most durable in the industry is the model that provides the heaviest weight capacity at 400 lbs.. Heavier duty models demand bigger batteries and stronger trails. Heavy-duty models cost more so make sure you get the model that fits the individual who'll use the stairlift. Always check whether the maker has an established reputation for durable, safe and well-made products.

12) Does health insurance cover equipment cost and installation of a lift?

Medicare will not cover stairlift equipment and installation costs, since they are house adjustments, not durable medical equipment. Durable medical equipment includes lifts that are used to help a patient in out of a chair or bed. Medicaid in your state may cover stairlifts through Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waivers. In Arkansas, persons with limited financial resources may be qualified for the Arkansas Medicaid COPES Waiver, recently replaced by the Community First Choice Alternative. It enables people who need nursing home level attention to receive that attention at home and supports independent living, including coverage for home alterations. Family members may be compensated for supplying caregiving support. It's best to review different insurance policies. Some private health or long-term care insurance may help pay for limited home alterations. Check with your Fayetteville insurance insurance company to examine coverage options. The National Association of Home Builders suggests that some auto insurance, worker's compensation, long-term care policies, state catastrophic accident insurance plans, and medical trust funds can cover the expenses of a home modification.

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