Stair Elevator Chair

Stair Elevator Chair

Stair Lifts OverviewElectricBatteryHeavy DutyFactory ReconditionedUsedTransport yourself upstairs and downstairs with comfort and ease! With an AmeriGlide stair lift all you have to do is sit, and the chair lifts you up the steps. AmeriGlide manufactures the only stair lifts specifically designed for home owner installation and the only stair lifts that include a 5 year warranty. With industry leading low prices, AmeriGlide makes it easy for homeowners to purchase a stair lift.Choose an AC-powered stair lift from AmeriGlide and regain the use of your second floor without the worry of a fall injury. Our stair lifts are designed for easy installation and run on standard 110-volt household power outlets. AmeriGlide stair lifts are also backed by the best warranty coverage in the industry, so call today to speak with a mobility solution expert and begin planning for your AmeriGlide stair lift! View ProductsAmeriGlide’s DC-powered stair lifts feature a battery pack which constantly recharges as the stair lift moves along the track. In the event of a power outage, the battery pack can run for a few cycles so you can get to a safe location until electricity service can be restored. Don’t get stuck on your stair lift – and definitely don’t get stuck with sub-par warranty coverage. Choose an AmeriGlide stair lift and enjoy the best warranty protection in today’s stair lift industry. View ProductsFor our customers who require maximum lifting capacity, accept no substitutions for the AmeriGlide Heavy Duty stair lift. Featuring an extra-wide seat and boasting an impressive 500-pound weight capacity, the AmeriGlide HD stair lift plugs into any standard grounded 110-volt outlet. A 36-inch wide stairway is required for installation. For the strongest stair lift your dollar can buy, call today to order your heavy duty stair lift solution! View ProductsAmeriGlide offers factory-reconditioned stair lifts which were previously used as demo units at trade shows or in storefronts. After these stair lifts clear our intensive factory inspection process, we sell them at reduced prices. Our reconditioned stair lifts are backed by a 1-year warranty on parts and a 2-year warranty on the drive train, so you won’t sacrifice peace of mind for a lower price! Call now to order your factory-reconditioned AmeriGlide stair lift! View ProductsIn addition to our own quality-engineered stair lifts, we also buy and sell used stair lifts from other manufacturers. If you have a stair lift unit manufactured either by us or by Acorn, Pinnacle, or Summit that you no longer need to use, we want to hear from you! Contact an AmeriGlide representative today and we’ll give you top-dollar value for your used stair lift. Or, get a lower price on a much-needed stair lift by buying a used unit from us! View Products
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Stair Elevator Chair

Transport yourself upstairs and downstairs with comfort and ease! With an AmeriGlide stair lift all you have to do is sit, and the chair lifts you up the steps. AmeriGlide manufactures the only stair lifts specifically designed for home owner installation and the only stair lifts that include a 5 year warranty. With industry leading low prices, AmeriGlide makes it easy for homeowners to purchase a stair lift.Choose an AC-powered stair lift from AmeriGlide and regain the use of your second floor without the worry of a fall injury. Our stair lifts are designed for easy installation and run on standard 110-volt household power outlets. AmeriGlide stair lifts are also backed by the best warranty coverage in the industry, so call today to speak with a mobility solution expert and begin planning for your AmeriGlide stair lift! View ProductsAmeriGlide’s DC-powered stair lifts feature a battery pack which constantly recharges as the stair lift moves along the track. In the event of a power outage, the battery pack can run for a few cycles so you can get to a safe location until electricity service can be restored. Don’t get stuck on your stair lift – and definitely don’t get stuck with sub-par warranty coverage. Choose an AmeriGlide stair lift and enjoy the best warranty protection in today’s stair lift industry. View ProductsFor our customers who require maximum lifting capacity, accept no substitutions for the AmeriGlide Heavy Duty stair lift. Featuring an extra-wide seat and boasting an impressive 500-pound weight capacity, the AmeriGlide HD stair lift plugs into any standard grounded 110-volt outlet. A 36-inch wide stairway is required for installation. For the strongest stair lift your dollar can buy, call today to order your heavy duty stair lift solution! View ProductsAmeriGlide offers factory-reconditioned stair lifts which were previously used as demo units at trade shows or in storefronts. After these stair lifts clear our intensive factory inspection process, we sell them at reduced prices. Our reconditioned stair lifts are backed by a 1-year warranty on parts and a 2-year warranty on the drive train, so you won’t sacrifice peace of mind for a lower price! Call now to order your factory-reconditioned AmeriGlide stair lift! View ProductsIn addition to our own quality-engineered stair lifts, we also buy and sell used stair lifts from other manufacturers. If you have a stair lift unit manufactured either by us or by Acorn, Pinnacle, or Summit that you no longer need to use, we want to hear from you! Contact an AmeriGlide representative today and we’ll give you top-dollar value for your used stair lift. Or, get a lower price on a much-needed stair lift by buying a used unit from us! View Products
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Stair Elevator Chair

HOW TO CHOOSE Main Factors to Consider When Choosing a Stair liftKnowing the variables described below, such as the size of the stairwell, length of service needed, and the stairway shape is vital when choosing a stair lift that will deliver value over the users lifetime.Dimensions and House Design ConsiderationsThe Size and Shape of your StaircaseThe Carriage (Seat)Adapting Your Home to a StairliftPhysical ConditionsBudget & Financial Considerations Dimensions and House Design ConsiderationsThere are several measurements to take on one’s staircase to determine what size stair lift unit to install. The first measurement should be the length of track from the top to the bottom of the steps. The second thing to measure is the height, tread, and width of the steps. Some stair lift companies send their employees to do the measuring themselves.Heavy-Duty versus Standard Size LiftThe other consideration for sizing is determining whether a standard size or a heavy duty/high weight capacity stair lift will be most suitable. Standard size stair lifts usually hold up to 300 pounds, versus heavy-duty stair lifts which are typically capable of supporting 500-600 pounds.Size of Stair Lift to Allow for Foot Traffic on StairwellIf there are other individuals who will be accessing the stairs on foot, the amount of space it takes up will be an added consideration. There are models of stair lifts that fold up compactly to allow plenty of stairwell space for other family members or guests to go up and down the steps. The Size and Shape of your StaircaseThere are two types of staircases, straight and curved. This is one of the biggest considerations when determining which stair lift would be needed. The lift for a straight flight of stairs goes up and down in a straight line. It is not able to turn around curves, bends, or travel across a landing. A curved stair lift is able to navigate corners and reversal of direction in the stairs. The Carriage (Seat)The chair portion of a stair lift is generally referred to as the “carriage.”. Consideration should be taken as to the carriage design, such as the height of the seat, manual versus power swivel of the seat, and safety hitches to ensure that the lift won’t start moving until the carriage has been securely locked.Swivel SeatsA seat that swivels is very important to the safety of the user. The majority of stair lift seats face away from the wall or banister, towards the stairwell. If the seat does not swivel, the user may need to get in and out of the carriage from either the top or bottom stair step. Entry and exit into the carriage from the stepsChair HeightThe height of the chair must be low enough so that the user can sit down and stand up easily.Seat BeltsMost, if not all, stair lift carriages come equipped with a seat belt as a safety precaution. It is important for the user to fasten the seat belt anytime the stair lift is being used.WANT TO SEE MORE?Unlock all the below content by downloading the free guide.The Carriage: Swivel seats, folding and unfolding the chair Download Free Guide to UnlockAdapting Your Home to a Stair Lift Guide Download Free Guide to UnlockStair Lift Glossary of Terms Download Free Guide to UnlockStair lift operating systems and power source Download Free Guide to UnlockPhysical conditions that require a Stair lift Download Free Guide to UnlockBudget, financial considerations, and financial help Download Free Guide to UnlockMaintenance Costs Download Free Guide to UnlockWarranties Download Free Guide to UnlockHow Long Do they Last? Download Free Guide to Unlock DOWNLOAD OUR FREE GUIDE

Stair Elevator Chair

Stair Elevator Chair
Stair Elevator Chair
Stair Elevator Chair
Stair Elevator Chair

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