Stair Lifts

Indoor stair lifts from 101 Mobility provide safe multi-level access for your home. Whether your staircase is straight or curved, we have a stair lift solution for you. We offer free in-home consultations where one of our expert Mobility Consultants will visit your house to assess your staircase and speak with you about your specific needs. Call us today to speak to a local mobility expert, and schedule your free home consultation.

About Indoor Stair Lifts

Finding that perfect fit for a stair lift for you or a family member is much easier when you connect with 101 Mobility. Our helpful, courteous, and knowledgeable local mobility experts help thousands of families annually, equipping them with product information and a free home mobility assessment. We are confident that we can identify the perfect stair lift solution for your home. Chair lifts allow seniors, the disabled, handicapped, or people with impaired mobility easier and safer access to otherwise unreachable levels of their homes.

Many people aren’t familiar with stair lifts and don’t understand how they might be used in their home. Simply, a stair lift is a device that is attached to your staircase in your home. You or your loved one will then be able to sit on the stairlift chair and ride it both up and down your stairs. This might be oversimplifying the process a little but sometimes stairlifts are easily confused with wheelchair incline lifts. If your mobility restricts you to a wheelchair and your staircase is wide enough to accommodate a larger device you might consider the wheelchair incline lift.

Want to learn even more about stair lifts for your home? If so, please contact your local 101 Mobility specialist. Our free in home consultation for your specific needs will answer any remaining questions for you and your loved ones at home.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why Choose 101 Mobility?

    From your first call to evaluation, installation, and warrantied product maintenance, 101 Mobility is with you every step of the way. During your free evaluation, a factory certified service technician will talk to you about your specific needs, assess your stairway, and take detailed measurements. You will receive a written cost estimate along with information on what to expect during the installation. 101 Mobility is available any time you have questions and concerns.

  • What Kind of Stair Lift do I Need?

    Chair lifts for stairs are ideal for those who may be able to stand but face difficulty making the climb. Whether your staircase is a straight, curved, indoor or outdoor, our team will help you find the appropriate lift solution for your or a loved one’s lifestyle while meeting any necessary property requirements.

  • What is the Best Chair Lift for my Home?

    Call us and we’ll schedule a free evaluation and talk with you about your specific needs. We will help determine what lift is right for you, take measurements, and install for you!

    • Straight Rail: A straight rail lift is ideal for steps or traditionally straight staircases. Our skilled technicians may combine two sets for easy and safe passage up the stairs for years to come.
    • Curved Rail: Allow us to custom build a lift for your elegantly curved stairway. Curved staircases or several straight staircases connected by landings usually require a curved rail stair lift installation.
    • Outdoor: Worried about your loved one slipping on slick outdoor steps? Outdoor lifts are ideal for safely getting users up raised landings, straight or curved stairways, porches, and decks outside the home.
    • Incline Platform Lift for Stairs: Take the stairs without leaving your wheelchair! Incline lifts conveniently allow users to roll onto a platform and travel up or down the stairways natural incline at the push of a button.
    • Porch Lifts: Also called a vertical platform lift, porch lifts allow users to safely reach their decks or porches. Porch lifts carry users directly above or below and are often recommended as space-saving accessibility solutions.
  • How Do Stair Lifts Attach to the Stairway

    Our lifts come with feet that are attached to the rail and screwed into stairway floor for ultimate stability. 101 Mobility’s skilled service technicians can install your stair lift on numerous staircase surfaces such as carpet, hardwoods, concrete, and even tile or marble with special consideration and hardware.

  • How Much Does A Stair Lift Cost?

    A professionally installed stair lift can cost about $3,000 to $5,000—that’s about the average monthly cost of assisted living.

    The cost may vary depending on the brand and specific features needed. For example, some custom curve rail configurations can cost up to $12,000. For short-term mobility needs, renting a stair lift may be a more cost-effective solution for you or your family.

    If you need help paying for your stair lift, there are grants and organizations that can offer assistance if you qualify.

  • Does 101 Mobility Offer Stair Lift Rentals

    Absolutely, most of our locations offer stair lift rentals – we realize that your mobility needs can sometimes be temporary. Many of our customers prefer a rental arrangement over financing terms. 101 Mobility offers competitive rental options, and you can even rent with the option to purchase later on. Learn more about our stair lift rental offerings, and give us a call today at 1.888.258.0652 to schedule a free evaluation and quote.


With the variety of models, features, and options available, choosing the right stairlift for your home can be a daunting task. Consider the following items when choosing the best stairlift for your needs:

  • Staircase Design

    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. Plus, there are stairlift models that can fold up, making sure that the landing area surface is free from a tripping hazard. Not to mention that stairlifts can also be used outside. Outdoor stairlifts have made a huge impact on the accessibility of many homes.

  • Renting vs. Buying

    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.

  • Weight

    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.

  • Look

    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. Many of our customers find that a stairlift enhances the look of their homes rather than detracting from it. Also, when it comes time to sell your home, many home buyers are looking for mobility products that are already installed. Depending on the manufacture that best suits your needs, many companies offer different colors, and have customized features to match your homes look and feel.

  • After-Sales Support

    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.


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