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The stairlift you have installed in your Hagerstown, MD home is incredibly strong and reliable. We know your stairlift was chosen because it was the best option for your home. Maybe you needed a heavy-duty, curved, or exterior stairlift. Whichever type you installed, it was chosen to work with your home and your needs.
However, even the best stairlifts have issues and can occasionally break down. Think of your stairlift like a car. Even the top models are prone to wear and tear, and they’ll need some sort of maintenance now and then. You might think it’s easier to ignore any issues and hope they go away, but stairlifts are designed to notify you if anything goes amiss through sensors and codes. If you ever notice anything out of the ordinary with your stairlift in Hagerstown, contact us right away, especially if you notice any of the following:
Of course, this list is not inclusive of all the different ways you might need Acorn stairlift repair, Bruno stairlift repair, Handicare stairlift repair, Harmar stairlift repair, or Sterling stairlift repair. Your stairlift repair could be entirely unique for your model, and we promise to get started on your issue as soon as possible.
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When you need stairlift repair, you might not know who to call. After all, you might have bought your stairlift used, and now you find yourself suddenly needing stairlift repair in Hagerstown. There’s a couple of things we want you to know right away about Stairlift Medics and our ability to do Bruno chairlift repair or any other type of chairlift repair in Hagerstown, MD. The first is that we have an amazing amount of experience – almost 30 years! Next, we arrive in fully stocked vans, so chances are we can take care of your problem in only one visit. There are many other reasons, including our technicians’ ability to complete a wide range of stairlift repair, including:
If you have another brand not listed here, give us a call regardless, and chances are we’ll be able to help you.
Hagerstown received its name from its first resident, Jonathan Hager. However, when Hagar had first arrived in 1739, he had called the 200 acres he had bought “Hager’s Fancy.” In 1762, a town was formed with the name after wife Elizabeth and became Elizabethtown. The name Hagerstown finally came into official use in 1813 when the community recognized the efforts of Jonathan Hager in making the town the county seat of Washington County.