If you have an elderly person at your home, and he is having trouble taking the stairs, ADL – Advances for Daily Living has brought curved stairlift installations to help make their life easier. Unlike straight stairlifts, when installing a curved stairlift, there are many different things that need to be taken into consideration. Since our inception in 1993, We have been providing support to all kinds of elderly people and helping them to manage their daily tasks properly and giving them a sense of independence. Our team of professionals understands that different people have different needs and hence they are always ready to offer a free, no-obligation home consultation. Over the years, from providing mobility devices to coming up with prompt delivery of catheter supplies, ADL has been the trusted choice of the people of Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Danville, Hardy, Lexington, VA, and Lynchburg.
Below we have mentioned 2things to consider when installing a curved stairlift. Take a look.
- Choose a reputable company
Contrary to a straight stairlift, of course, a stair lift can be a little bit difficult to design and install. You should always opt for companies with great experience and exceptional testimonials on their design and installation procedures. Since curved stairlifts will have more moving parts to them, check with the warranty length of the companies you finalize on.
- Environmental consideration
One of the most important considerations is to check whether after installing the curved stairlift, how much foot space is left for people to walk past on foot if required. Our professional will reach your place to take the measurement of your stairwell and accordingly come up with appropriate designs for the stair lift so that no family member has to face any trouble going up and down the stairs.
So, if you have any other queries regarding curved stairlifts, you can get in touch with us at 540-353-5869.