Shopping for a Straight or Curved Stair Lift in Atlanta

Have you begun the process of shopping for a curved or straight stair lift for your Atlanta area home? For many people that have experienced an accident and are returning home from rehab, or individuals suffering from a progressive illness – the installation of a stair lift proves to be the solution to significant accessibility issues in the home. If you have questions about how to proceedStair Lifts Atlanta  has the answers you are looking for!

The first question that is typically asked when consulting with a certified Georgia stair lift expert is, “Do I need a curved or a straight stair lift? For homes with a stair that has a landing in the middle, you will need a curved stair lift. If your stair is straight from one floor to the next, with all of the stairs being essentially the same depth, you are shopping for a straight stair lift. If you need a stair lift or chair lift that can carry a wheelchair or scooter, you will need a platform lift.

Sterling 2000 Curved Stair Lifts AtlantaAre you looking for more information about a straight or curved stair lift for your Atlanta area homeAtlanta Home Modifications will provide you with fast answers for all of your straight and curved stairlift questions.

Contact Stair Lifts Atlanta at 770.880.3405 today. We offer complementary in-home evaluation appointment with a fully insured State of Georgia certified stair lift expert to visit and establish your needs, and the best solution for your home. You may also contact us through the Atlanta Home Modifications website.

As aging in place and universal design experts, we offer complete accessibility and disability home modifications in the and Metro Atlanta and North Georgia area, including Clarkston, Cleveland, Commerce, Stone Mountain, Conyers, Smyrna, Covington, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Lithonia, Cumming, Dacula, Dahlonega, Dalton, Decatur, Duluth, East Point, and Fairburn; in Georgia and South Carolina. Stair Lifts Atlanta experts will give you fast answers for all of your straight and curved stairlift questions.


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