Are you worried about a stairlift getting in your way?
Often, people avoid buying a stairlift because they think it will block their stairs. Family members or friends might visit, and they’re worried their stairlift will get in the way.
There’s no need to worry. Every lift we make folds away neatly. The footrest, arms and seat flip up, taking up very little space. The stairs will still be easily accessible to anyone who wants to climb them.
If you want even more room, you can get a rail that lets you park your chair around a corner.
Whether you have straight or curved stairs, your rail will always be as close to the edge of your stairs as possible. We can promise this, because Stannah-certified advisors take precise measurements of your stairs before we make your lift. That way we can be sure it’s the perfect fit. The benefit of having a rail made to fit your house is that it takes up less space. This is especially true if you have a curved staircase. A Stannah rail will hug every bend, giving your loved ones more space to climb the stairs.
Are you worried about a stairlift drawing attention?
Don’t be. Our stairlifts are customizable. That means you can choose the design that best suits you and your house. You can make it as discreet or as bright as you like – the choice is yours.
We adapt your stairlift to what you want and need. This ranges from a choice of colors for the chair, to different fabrics and different rail colors. You really can create something you’re proud to own.
Call us now if you’re still worried, or order a brochure to see pictures of all our different stairlifts. You’re sure to find one that will suit your home!
Nate joined Stannah in March of 2014 and works as a writer and copy editor for the content team. Prior to that, he worked closely with seniors as a case manager in the homecare industry. Nate has since completed CAPS training, making him a Certified Aging in Place Specialist. With a strong belief in aging in place and safe living solutions for seniors, Nate enjoys reading and writing about topics that matter most to the elder community.