Regain Freedom in Your Home
Do you or your loved ones have problems with stairs? We understand the difficulties that reduced mobility can bring.
Stair lifts are the practical, dependable and affordable solution. The stair lifts we recommend and install are easy to use, easy to maintain, and have the best design, engineering and safety features on the market today.
What are Stair Lifts?
Stair lifts (sometimes called a chair lift, stairglide or stair climber) are the perfect solution to stair mobility issues. They make your whole home accessible again.
Stair lifts can take you up and down your stairs effortlessly in safety and comfort, like a personal elevator for your stairs. Not simply for the handicapped, stair lifts are a great solution for anyone who finds it difficult to use the staircase.
Are Stair Lifts Safe?
Gone are the days of outdated ugly stair lifts with messy trailing cables. Now, these are state-of-the-art slim-line products, with safety sensors, smooth start and stop, and safety belts. In a power outage the stair lift will even continue working, so you will still be able to use your entire home.
Here are just a few advantages of Stair Lifts:
- Stair lifts are fitted to the stairs, not to the wall
- Whatever the staircase, there is a stair lift to suit
- Stair lifts have wireless remote controls
- Stair lifts fold up neatly when not in use
- Stair lifts are battery powered
- Stair lifts have a smooth and gentle ride
Stair lifts help people to stay in the homes they love. They have been installed in hundreds of thousands of houses worldwide.
Custom Designed and Installed Ramps
If you or someone you love has reached an age that makes mobility a challenge, a ramp may be the solution. Age In Place Improvements specializes in building and installing ramps made from durable composite materials.
Being in a wheelchair can make it hard to get around the home. Ramps can easily be installed over existing stairs or even in place of stairs to give people the mobility needed to access various locations of the home.
Ramps are not only practical. In many cases they are essential for safety and may help prevent unnecessary falls and injuries.