A staircase should never come between you and your independence at home. 101 Mobility provides a wide selection of chairlifts from the most trusted brands in the industry, each one promising you safe and easy navigation up and down the stairs once again.
A straight stairlift can provide continuous travel in a straight line. It is suitable for staircases with no landings, bends or curves.View All Straight >
Installing a stairlift in your home can be a life-changing choice — but the decisions don’t stop there. Here are some things to consider when choosing the best stairlift for your needs:
If your staircase travels in a straight line between the lower and upper landing, a straight stairlift might be right for you. However, a staircase with several landings, bends or curves will need a custom curved stairlift to best suit its unique pathway.
Deciding whether to rent or buy your stairlift depends on your budget and need. For example, if you expect to use your stairlift for only a short period of time, renting might be your best option. On the other hand, long-term usage might warrant the purchase of a new or used stairlift. Regardless, 101 Mobility offers affordable pricing, as well as identification of any grants and organizations that will help you in cutting costs.
Some stairlifts can only carry up to 250 pounds, while others can lift up to 600 pounds. Assessing the weight of potential users is important to finding the stairlift best built for your needs.
You might want to be conscious of your room’s decor when choosing a stairlift. Sand-colored upholstery? Fold-up design? Anodized aluminum rail? Not only will your new stairlift be in your home, it will be a part of your home.
What happens after installation? After the stairlift becomes a part of your home, it’s important to have support for any issues that might arise. All stairlifts are backed by 101 Mobility’s One-Year Limited Service Warranty in addition to the brand’s individual warranty. Be sure that the support you receive after purchase satisfies any foreseeable (and unforeseeable) needs.