When a husband and wife from Dallas found themselves unable to get up the staircase of their home, they knew they needed a solution. Having experienced one fall and the extensive recovery time, this couple reached out to Accessible Systems for a free in-home accessibility consultation. A curved stairlift by Bruno was the answer and now that it’s installed they are able to go up and down stairs in their home without fear of another fall!
A curved outdoor stairlift can help make your home accessible to anyone! Don’t miss out on enjoying your beautiful Carrollton home because of accessibility challenges. Let our Dallas, Texas team provide you with an estimate during your free, in-home consultation.
This curved chair lift in Fort Collins is custom built to fit the stairs and the user. It provided a seamless lift around the landing and down to the bottom with a park position at the bottom so that a wheelchair transfer is easy. This lift fit within 6 inches of the handrail and runs on battery so that it will always work.
This curved stair lift in Denver was custom made to fit this curved stair case. Each step slowly curves and this is called a large radius, because the radius of the stair curve takes 14 steps to complete a 180 degree turn. Because we have completed hundred’s of these lifts, this curved chair lift was measured within 1/10 of an inch with a photo measurement system. The installation took about 6 hours and the lift fits within 8 inches of the wall including the 2 inch width of the custom curved rail. This curved stairlift accents the home as there is no visible gears of mechanical elements, and the rail look like a perfect piece of custom trim all the way up the stairs. We provide a free home evaluation to provide an estimate and full list of prices and costs. This lift saved thousands of dollars over the alternative of selling the home or assisted living facilities.
This curved stairway elevator was installed from the main floor up to the 2nd floor. All the bedrooms and bathroom in the home were upstairs and these stairs were 16 steps tall. This configuration is an outside double 90 degree curve so that the lift started on the right hand side looking up. This was the easiest way to enter the lift and allowed the exit position at the top to be on the right hand side looking up. The large park position at the top extended along the chair rail to allow for the best wheelchair transfer. The height of the chair was adjusted to exactly the same as the wheelchair.
The stairs in this home in Golden, CO are a large radius curved staircase. That means that every stair curves and the stair lift rail has to be curved along every inch. This does take extra work, but the end result perfectly matches the wall and looks like a piece of custom trim along the stairs. The lift will ride just a smooth in this configuration, but the lift does take a few week longer to create due to the custom nature of this curved stairlift.
We installed a curved stairlift in a church so that the patrons could still enjoy their Sunday service.
Stairlifts can be designed to fit your needs. Here we installed a curved stairlift that was made just for this home. It travels down the custom curved rail to a 180 degree turn at the landing and then down the stairs to the bottom where there is a 90 degree curved park position. With the park position, the chair is never parked on the stairs. The rail only takes 8 inches from the wall, and the chair remains level all the way up and down the stairs.
Here is a great picture of Elizabeth in Highland Ranch, CO as she rides her custom curved chair lift from the park position at the bottom of the stairs to the custom bend and a second curve at the stairs wind up to the second floor bedroom. This lift matched the corners of the wall, and goes from top to bottom in less than 40 seconds. The chair of the chair lift swivels at the top and creates a safe exit position. This is the only time that the chair blocks the stairs, and provides extra protection as you stand up. Then the seat swivels back and folds up tight against the wall.
This curved stair lift in Arvada, Colorado was custom made to fit this curved stair case. This custom lift is made to go on various types of flooring, this stairlift was installed on hardwood floors, and travels across 3 levels of the home. This curved stairlift accents the home as there is no visible gears of mechanical elements, and the rail looks like a perfect piece of custom trim all the way up the stairs. We provide a free home evaluation to provide an estimate and full list of prices and costs. This lift saved thousands of dollars over the alternative of selling the home or assisted living facilities.
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