If climbing your stairs has become difficult due to limited mobility for chronic illness, a stair lift might be the right solution. Installing a stair lift is a quick and affordable way to help you remain independent in your home and can even be used to assist with tasks such as carrying items like folded laundry or meals from floor to floor.
How much does a stair lift cost?
Straight stair lifts with installation start at $2,200 for refurbished units and $3,300 for new units or as little as $49.50/month with no down payment for qualified buyers, which includes warranty and in-home consultation.
Curved rail stair lifts will vary in price, but typically cost between $9,000 and $16,000 installed and includes a custom built a rail that will fit the precise dimensions of your staircase.
Rental options start $1,095 and include the first 3 months of rental, installation and removal.
Stair lifts are a much simpler home modification than most people expect. A Lifeway Mobility professional will visit your home and help you determine which product best meets your needs and lifestyle.
Benefits of a stair lift:
Professional installation within 1 day in many cases
No structural changes to your home
Flip up arms, seat, and footrest
New, refurbished, rental, monthly payment and buy-back options
Made in the USA
Lifeway Mobility offers a variety of stair lift options, including straight stair lifts and outdoor stair lifts, for homes with decks or second-floor entrances. We also offer custom stair lifts for homes with curved staircases, split levels, or intermediate landings.
Lifeway Mobility Minneapolis Now offering Tub Cut Modifications
Lifeway Mobility is happy to announce that Clean Cut bathtub modifications are now available to our customers in Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
Also known as a tub cut, a Clean Cut accessible bathing modification takes only a few hours to complete and turns your existing bathtub into a step-in shower overnight. Or, if you wish to take a bath, an optional watertight door or insert is also available, so you can choose the best of both worlds.
September 22nd is National Fall Prevention Awareness Day. Fortunately, there are steps that you can take to help prevent you or a loved one from experiencing a fall. Read our 7 tips for fall prevention.
Extended Home Living Services Joins Lifeway Mobility
We are growing! Lifeway Mobility is exited to announce that Extended Home Living Services (EHLS) — a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist, licensed general contractor, and licensed elevator contractor providing lifts and accessibility modifications in the greater Chicago area, southeast Wisconsin and northwest Indiana — has joined Lifeway Mobility.
Do you know someone who could benefit from Lifeway’s selection of mobility solutions? Our convenient one-page brochure, which you can download and print at your convenience, gives a brief overview of the products we offer, how our experienced professionals can help, and how to get more information and a free assessment.