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Love your home but have concerns about your stairs? It’s a common problem as we age—fortunately, there’s a simple solution that helps you avoid risking a fall. Join the hundreds of thousands of people that have installed an Easy Climber® Stair Lift in their home.

What is a Stair Lift?

A stair lift is a chair that climbs up and down a staircase on a motorized rail attached. While getting up and down the stairs safely is the primary concern, today’s top quality lifts include numerous features to maximize comfort, ease of use and attractiveness in the home.

Stair Lift Benefits

Gives You Back Your Entire Home
Keeps You Safe
Protects Your Independence
Fits Your Staircase, No Matter the Shape or Size
Looks Like It Is Designed for Your Home

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Do Stair Lifts Make a Difference? Consider Betty’s Story

“Just going up and down my stairs whenever I wanted seems like a small thing to many people. But it had become a big problem for me. My kids, my doctor, even my next-door neighbor told me I needed to avoid them. I was afraid that I’d fall and they were even more worried about me than I was.

I don’t want to be a burden on anybody. The problem was, not using my stairs meant I had to live in only half of my house. Do I sleep downstairs in my family room so I can get to the kitchen? How do I take a bath and get to my clothes since everything is upstairs in my bedroom? I thought I might have to move to one of those old people’s homes.

Lucky for me, a good friend told me about the Easy Climber. Now I just sit in my chair that lifts me up and down my stairs. Problem solved. And I’m staying in my home for a long, long time!” – Betty – Easy Climber Customer

Betty’s story has a happy ending. Unfortunately, injuries from a fall are far too common among seniors. Worse yet, many of these falls could have been prevented.

Do I Need a Stair Lift?

Does walking up and down your stairs fill you with anxiety? Have you tried to avoid using your stairs? Or worse yet, have you just stopped using part of your home because of them? Whether it’s due to poor balance, a heart condition, joint pain and stiffness, physical injury, or doctor’s advice, you are not alone.

Every day, millions of Americans are facing similar fears. The latest statistics from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are alarming. They found one in three senior citizens will fall this year and face moderate to severe injuries.

Do you need a stair lift at home?
Most of these falls happen at home, with the staircase being especially dangerous. For those seniors who do suffer a fall, the statistics are grim:

  • 50% of the seniors who sustain a fall-related injury are discharged to a nursing home rather than returning home
  • 25% of those who fracture a hip require life-long nursing care
  • Falls are the leading cause of death from injury among those age 65 or over

Many people assume it will never happen to them, but the statistics prove otherwise. Fortunately, Easy Climber gives you back safe and secure access to your entire home again and helps you avoid becoming a statistic. Whether you’re concerned about a dangerous fall on your stairs or simply need a little extra help getting up and down, you’re just like millions of other Americans today. Stair lifts eliminate the fears and anxiety associated with navigating your stairs.

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When Are Stair Lifts Needed?

A stair lift is a smart investment whenever you or a loved one is in danger of falling on the staircase. Understandably, nobody wants to admit they need some help with something they’ve done without a second thought for decades, but you risk sustaining serious or even life-threatening injuries if you ignore the warning signs and continue to go up and down the stairs unassisted.

Easy Climber Stair Lifts Elderly Woman ImageHere are some common signs that it’s time to consider getting a lift installed:

  • Walking up or down your stairs fills you with anxiety because you’re afraid of falling.
  • Your doctor has advised you to avoid stairs due to health concerns. Strokes, heart conditions, severe arthritis and medications that affect balance or vision are common risk factors.
  • Mobility concerns due to balance, joint pain, and stiffness or leg strength make climbing stairs unsafe.
  • You try to avoid using your stairs, or worse yet, have stopped using part of your home because of the stairs.

The best time to get a lift is before a fall. The old adage, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” certainly applies here. In fact, it can be a life saver. Fortunately, there is a lift that’s right for just about every home in America that needs one—including yours.

Easy Climber Stair Lifts – Unique Features

All Easy Climber stair lifts come standard with a safety belt to keep you firmly in place during the ride and a swivel seat to get your feet safely on the floor. It’s equipped with a safety sensor which stops the Easy Climber stair lift if something is obstructing the path.

If the power goes out when you’re riding the Easy Climber, the backup power system will safely lead you to your destination. Even if the electricity is out for more than a few minutes, the Easy Climber will ensure you can get back downstairs or upstairs safely.

In cases where multiple people in the home need the assistance of a stair lift, the Easy Climber Stair Lift delivers. The Easy Climber comes standard with two remote controls. If the Easy Climber is at the bottom of the steps and you or someone else is upstairs, simply press the call button on the remote control to call the Easy Climber to the top of the stairs.

The Easy Climber is designed to be the no-hassle solution to your mobility concerns.

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Stair Lift Installation

Every Easy Climber Stair Lift is custom-fit to your particular staircase. A professional Easy Climber representative will come to your home and take a few simple measurements, which will be used to ensure a proper, custom fit for your home. The stair lift’s low-profile track is attached to the stairs, not the wall, so little to no redecorating is required.

Usually, your Easy Climber Stair Lift can be installed in just a few hours. Compared to other stair alternatives, the Easy Climber can save you thousands of dollars in construction and remodeling costs since it only takes a few technicians a few hours to retrofit the stair lift to your existing stairs.

How Much Does a Stair Lift Cost?

Quoting an accurate price for a stair lift in your home requires calculating several costs that vary from home to home. These include the type of lift, the number of and length of stairs, the shipping and delivery cost of the materials and the installation cost. No two installations are exactly alike, so ads promising a lift at a fixed, low-ball price are just gimmicks to get your attention.

We know from experience that a lift expert needs to first understand each customer’s specific needs, see and measure their stairs, check for proper electrical wiring and understand any local permitting requirements before they can quote an accurate price.

If you’re interested in maintaining your independence and regaining peace of mind while you age in your home comfortably, call us toll-free at 888-966-9775 to discuss the Easy Climber Stair Lift. Set up a free consultation with an Easy Climber technician to get an accurate quote in installing a stair lift in your home.

Why risk your health and independence on the stairs when an easy and affordable solution is only a phone call away?

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