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Indoor Access and Mobility Solutions For Homes in Fairfax, Alexandria, VA, Washington DC, Baltimore, Annapolis, Frederick, MD, and Throughout the Mid-Atlantic States

Stairlifts are the Most Popular Indoor Mobility Solutions

We understand that for many homeowners, mobility challenges can make it difficult to navigate their homes safely and comfortably. That’s why we’re here to offer solutions that can improve accessibility and quality of life for the elderly and disabled.

One of the best solutions for indoor access and mobility is the installation of a stairlift. Stairlifts are the perfect solution for homeowners who want to move freely between different levels of their homes without having to worry about stairs. They provide a safe and reliable way to go up and down the stairs, which can be especially helpful for those with limited mobility, balance issues, or other disabilities.

Stairs are a simple tool that can help us access all of the levels of our home or building. But stairs can also be the cause of accidents and injuries, or may be entirely inaccessible for those will mobility issues and disabilities, and that’s why our team at Stairlift Medics are trained and experienced in stairlift installations for both straight stairlifts and curved stairlifts.

We feature Bruno and Harmar stairlifts for sale and can provide you with all of the details about how these stairlifts can improve your indoor access throughout your home.

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A Lift for Every Type of Stair

At our company, we offer a range of straight stairlifts and curved stairlifts to suit different homes and needs in Fairfax, Alexandria, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Annapolis, Frederick, and throughout the Mid-Atlantic states. Our models are designed with safety, reliability, and ease of use in mind. We also offer customization options to ensure that our stairlifts fit seamlessly into your home’s decor.

Even if you have a straight staircase, it can pose problems. One of our preferred straight stairlifts is the Harmar SL600 stairlift. It has a very narrow footprint which allows for people to use the stairs normally without the stairlift being in the way. It also features a swivel seat which allows for easy on and easy off from the stairlift.

Another popular option is the Bruno Elan, which boasts many unique safety features and is easy to use and maintain. The rail design is also narrow and non-bulky for a space-saving design that won’t impede on other family members. The seat design is also non-obtrusive when the arms, footrest, and seat are folded.

a grey chairlift being tested after receiving Stairlift Service in Easton, Maryland​

These Bruno or Harmar straight stairlifts will help to make the task of climbing or descending your stairs much less fraught with danger. They have a number of options that will make them fit in nearly any application, such as steeper staircases, longer stretches, and more. Our team can explain how the installation will work and can work with you on different options to customize your installation.

Curved staircases are more than just the circular stairs you may have seen. This really means that your stairs are not straight and feature a change in direction at some point before they reach the next floor. While there are different meanings for a curved staircase, we can install a curved stairlift in nearly every case.

Improve Indoor Accessibility

The whole goal of a stairlift installation from Stairlift Medics is to improve the accessibility of all parts of your home safely. Whether you are getting older and want to stay in your home or you are recovering from a surgery, an accident, or otherwise find it difficult to navigate stairs, having a stairlift installation will change how you deal with stairs in a positive way. More and more homeowners in Fairfax, Alexandria, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Annapolis, Frederick, and throughout the Mid-Atlantic states are adding stairlifts to provide for a safer alternative for using their stairs. Whether you have questions or you are ready to add a stairlift to your home, contact our team for more details.

More Mobility Modification Tips

Stairlifts are not the only solution for improving indoor access. Some homeowners may elect to use a home elevator instead, however, many find them to be more difficult to fit into existing floorplans and come with a hefty price tag. Not all mobility solutions are so pricey. Depending on your needs and budget, there are other home renovations that can be done to improve accessibility. These may include:

  1. Installing a wheelchair ramp: Wheelchair ramps are a great way to provide access to your home’s entrance or exit, especially for those who use wheelchairs or other mobility devices.

  2. Widening doorways: Widening doorways can make it easier for those who use mobility devices to move from room to room, and can also help caregivers and family members provide assistance.

  3. Adding grab bars: Grab bars can be installed in the bathroom or other areas of the home where extra support is needed. They can help prevent falls and make it easier for people to move around.

  4. Improving lighting: Good lighting is essential for safety and mobility. By adding more lights or brighter bulbs, you can make it easier to see obstacles and navigate your home safely.

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