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We are an Arizona based business specialising in supplying and installing curved stair lifts for local homes and businesses.
Curved staircases are common in homes that have a staircase that goes around at least one corner or bend. The turns can sometimes be tight and curved stairs might be narrow. Our market-leading range includes curved stairs that can go around corners, up and down spiral staircases, as well as across intermediate landings. All of our custom-made curved stairlifts will be made for you and your unique staircase.
Because all curved staircase lifts must be built to your specific requirements, we use skills to ensure that they fit perfectly every time.
Our consultants will come to you and conduct a detailed survey of your staircase in order to assess whether straight or curving rail products would be best suited.
The rails are attached to stair treads, not to walls, and can be installed to either side depending on the results of the survey.
A curved staircase can have many designs. Our rails can be customized for every home due to the individuality of curved staircases.
Most staircases can be fitted with stairlifts, even those that appear narrower at first. We have a variety of stairlifts that can be fitted to both straight and curving staircases. We are confident that you will find a solution to your home’s stairlift needs in our extensive range of stairlift solutions.
Contact us today if you have any questions about whether a residential stairlift installation is possible. We offer a free, no obligation home assessment. Our advisors will examine your staircase to determine which options are best.
Curved stairs are staircases with bends or corners. A stairlift that is curved can be used to lift stairs. The rail curves around bends and corners of the staircase.
To make sure that your staircase is perfectly fitted, curved rails need to be custom-made. A made-to-order rail allows for a tight fit. This will maximize the space you have on your stairs, and allow others to use them as they normally would.
The cost of a staircaselift is determined by many factors such as its type, required features, and your custom specifications.
Every person is different, and every home is unique. We make sure that we offer a wide range of stairlifts to fit your needs.
For staircases with curves or turns it may require a curved lift installation. If the staircase bed is flat, it might be possible to install two straight stairlifts. However, the user would have to be able move from one lift to another.
Installing curved stairlifts is more costly than installing straight ones. The reason is that a custom-made curved rail has to be installed exactly to the staircase dimensions. This creates more work for the installer.
These optional extras include hinged rails which can be folded up when there are doors close to the base and top of the stairs. They allow for unimpeded movement of other household members.
Because of the complexity involved in some curved stairslifts, the lead time from survey to installation may take several weeks. This question should be asked during the home consultation.
Installation of a stairlift may require that plug sockets be installed or pipe work/radiators moved.
Although prices have decreased significantly in recent times, the average cost to purchase a curved chairlift can run up to $9,000. This is only an estimate and each customer will determine the exact price. We can provide a detailed quotation by scheduling a home consultation to discuss your requirements with local and national suppliers.
It is important to weigh the cost of a stairlift against the benefits it offers. A stairlift will open up the upper floors for users, which will improve their quality of life. No need to wait for relatives or helpers in order to reach an upper level – giving them back their independence.
Prices for stairlifts vary widely so it is always a good thing to shop around.
If you have narrow stairs and are concerned about the space for a stairlift, don’t worry.