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Dangerous Stairs SAFE Again and Reclaim Your Freedom with a Stair Lift

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Potentially Bypass Breaking a Hip

The stairs are one of the most dangerous spots in your house, along with just one drop can lead to a serious harm that can substantially hinder you for years. You may add many added years to your own life, and enjoy your family and grandkids for much longer, by preventing falling on the stairs. Avoid breaking a hip, knee or spine with a fall down the stairway.

Increase Value to Your Baton Rouge Home

As the baby boomer population continues to get older, availability and freedom gear already set up in your Louisiana home is going to be an important advantage. It is going to make your home more valuable, and be bought faster in case something occurs. A fresh lift can significantly raise your Baton Rouge home’s value.

Make Living Every DayEasier and Hurt Less

With failing hips and knees, going up and down stairs could be very distressing for a lot of people. A new lift turns something you’ve got to do multiple times in a day into an enjoyable experience, instead of a debilitating one, and makes that procedure completely pain free. A fresh lift is likely to make your daily life much easier.

Baton Rouge

Do you procrastinate as you get frustrated that your list of matters to do is longer and then can’t get up the stairs?

Has the idea of having to assemble an additional bedroom on the first floor or move to a single floor home crossed your head?

People residing in Baton Rouge neighborhoods rely on our capable professionals, because we focus on precision and safety when installing your stairlift and can fit it within a couple of hours or within a day depending on your own staircase.

When you experience life with a stairlift, you will wish you had done it sooner.

For many folks living in Baton Rouge, dealing with an injury or pain or getting up a flight of stairs may become an immense chore. The psychological consequences are debilitating and may begin affecting every aspect of your life. Those who have had a stairlift understand that they have to self-limit themselves and endure the consequences of altering their behavior to handle the chore.

Many, who continue without a solution, even start to experience other side effects that are detrimental health. These effects are not merely related to the immobility.

When you have found that you are not as steady on your feet or that you are altering how you scale your stairs, then you’re already making your life more difficult than it must be.

Maintain your Autonomy in Louisiana, since the stairway don’t have to restrict which part of the house you go to.

Unexpectedly needing to deal with limiting your movements as a result of a disability or old age can make you lose your confidence. It can decrease the quality of your life. That’s unnecessary with new technologies that can be set up on your house so you can quit letting those stairway destroy your day.

A lot of folks face the tough choice of the best way to continue to live in their own home and enjoy greater levels of dignity when facing freedom restrictions. We are stuck with by our want in order to get around and live an independent lifestyle if our bodies change with age.

Needing to wait around for someone to assist you in routine jobs or getting to your own cozy bed can take its toll. Actually, it’s one of the core values that caregivers focus on, making sure they keep respect and a good sense of dignity for a loved one facing these challenges.

No wonder, the desire for dignity and respect really grows stronger when someone becomes ill, disabled, or challenged with freedom issues.

It is possible that you’ve already determined to live at home, instead of an assisted living facility, despite having to face a disability or age-related challenge coming your way.

Maybe you are unfamiliar with how installing a stairlift can help you keep your accessibility to each area of your house. The wonderful thing about living at home is the fact that there are lots of alternatives and they’re yours to make.

Our Baton Rouge staff understands how important it is to get your questions answered and is available right now to provide you aid and the support you have to make an informed decision and allow you to move around again.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) Are there any structural modifications needed before installing a lift?

No. There are not any adjustments that are essential, since stairlifts don't attach to the wall. The stairlift is installed into existing stair treads. The only thing that we do advocate is that if you are planning to change the flooring or carpet on your stairs in the following five years, you may want to intend to do it before you install your stairlift to avoid future removal and re-installation prices.

2) Does AETNA cover the cost of these lifts?

No. Aetna bases this determination on whether several standards are fulfilled. The Aetna member must be: (1) incapable of standing up from a regular armchair at home; (2) and must have severe arthritis of the hip or knee, or have acute neuromuscular disorder; (3) and the seat lift mechanism must be prescribed to effect improvement, or arrest or retard deterioration in the member's condition; (4) and once standing, the member has to have the capability to ambulate. Afterward, Aetna would contemplate seat lift mechanisms medically necessary durable medical equipment (DME). Because they're considered house modifications, nevertheless, Aetna will not insure stairlifts. As explained in the question that handles Medicare coverage of these medical devices, they essentially follow Medicare's rules for aerodynamic lift mechanisms.

3) How much would a cheap one cost?

You can likely find a stairlift that is cheap for about $1,000, but we also advocate that you be cautious of scams. Some people soon learned that there were defects in the unit and have bought a very cheap unit once they got them, or they didn't operate correctly. Quality is essential since you could end up spending more to keep a cheap purchase. In order to find a reasonable option, consider purchasing used versions or renting one. Scroll through this page to see our guidance on searching for affordable units and financing alternatives. Remember also that some firms buy back your stairlift if it turns out you no longer desire it and you don't want to keep throwing money down the drain on a unit that isn't made with quality in mind.

4) About how long does it take to fully install one of these lifts in my Baton Rouge home?

A fitting can take between 1-2 hours for straight stairs. A Louisiana professional will install the railing first, followed by the motor as well as the seat. Proper setup comprises walking you through the characteristics of your new stairlift once it is been examined following the fitting. A fitting for a curved stairlift can take as much as a half day.

5) Are there any good options for used or recycled lifts in my area?

Yes. Stairlifts that are recycled and reconditioned are an option and are accessible. Custom-designed curved stairlifts are harder to resell, since the angles around the curves truly have to be an extremely close match. A recycled stairlift offers lots of advantages and is not fundamentally bad only because it's used. Many Louisiana stairlifts are bought back by stairlift companies and resell them used. A used stairlift may have been removed and resold, because the individual who depended on the lift enhanced in their condition, they went, or the demand for it was temporary. They cost considerably less than new models. Be sure you ask some questions when purchasing a secondhand lift. Ask about their weight as well as the prior owner /height demands. Ask about the age of the model that is used. We recommend that you do not purchase because that version is close to retirement, one which is 10 years old. You can shorten the span of tracks if needed as mentioned before. Nevertheless, make sure that you adhere to quite a measured approach for cutting tracks, because a mistake will cost you.

6) Does AARP cover the cost of these lifts?

AARP is not a provider of insurance, but contracts with insurance companies to make coverage available to AARP members. AARP does not make people health plan recommendations and doesn't cover the price of any wellness needs or stairlifts. AARP does provide access to healthcare tools and coverage like other health plans and Medicare Supplement Insurance to members as a resource, but third parties provide member benefits. Check with the plans that are recorded under AARP's membership services.

7) How much do they weigh?

The units are heavy, which is among the reasons we do not recommend attempting to install them yourself. The lightest units on the market weigh 165-180 pounds installed (seat and track). Some units weight over 250 pounds installed. Tracks and seat assemblies come in different sizes and shapes and are created of different types of substances depending on the model and its best features.

8) Why are they so expensive to install?

Most importantly, they include regular maintenance and help you every step of the way. Professional installation is a lot more economic in the long-run when it comes to service, warranty and long-term care since they experienced at installation and are trained to follow safety measures. The installer is getting paid to correctly install your unit so that you don't face serious hazards that do result when the manual for the first time opens and installs a stairlift. A Baton Rouge professional also understands how to ensure that the stairlift follows fire exit demands, the way to ensure that the charger connections are working correctly to prevent serious accidents, and ensure that all the appropriate operating attributes are empowered. The cost you pay to really have a trained and trustworthy technician ensures the longevity of your purchase and your security. Repairs and re installations can take longer and cost more than an appropriate first installation. Also, installation involves lifting a fair quantity of weight. Many installations could be finished in a couple of hours by a professional.

9) How much do stair lifts costs?

According to Consumer Affairs, the very best nine stairlift brand names beginning with the finest-rated include: Stannah, Reachable Building, Rise Stairlifts, Silver Cross, Bruno, AmeriGlide, State Home Elevator, 101 Mobility and Acorn Stairlifts. Pros rate these suitability as a result of situation, and based on a number of features, variables. Their prices are not publicized by several firms since every staircase differs. Often, they will beat any competitive quote. Used stairlifts can cost under $2,000. Aid and rental systems are available. Some products are sold as complete packages including installment as well as a warranty, while others usually do not comprise installation in the cost. The shape of the stairwell, the length of job, the seat style, the course, and also the features you need determine the cost.

10) Can a stair lift go around corners?

Yes. Although straight stairlifts are commonly much less expensive, curved stairlifts can be custom-built to fit any stairway. Modern rail designs can help the stairlift traveling around corners closely, comfortably, and effortlessly to fit your lifestyle, leaving plenty of room for people to walk up and down the stairs.

11) Does the VA cover the cost and installation of lifts?

According to AARP, a couple of grants are offered by The Department of Veterans Affairs to qualified veterans with disabilities for security improvements in the house. Those include: the Home Improvements and Structural Alternations (HISA) Grant; The Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) grant; along with the Special Dwelling Version (SHA) grant. Upon qualification, a veteran can receive both a HISA grant and either SHA or a SAH grant. Contact the form 10-0103 to make an application for the HISA grant. Contact the form 26-4555 to submit an application for SHA or SAH grant. For information on all benefits telephone 1 800 827 1000.

12) How are they powered?

You can save energy by turning it off with the remote also, when you're not using the stairlift. Stairlifts come in both battery powered (D/C) and electrical (A/C) models. One concern is whether you live in a region that experiences a lot of power outages, since you don't need to be stranded mid-lift during a storm. (Nonetheless, ask the manufacturer about the backup power system which should be included in your model.) Also, consider the cost of replacing the life of the battery and the battery. While some favor electric versions for reasons ranging from battery life to some device difficulties unique to battery versions, others prefer battery-powered stairlifts, because they are able to result in lower electric bills, although the cost of the electricity to operate the stairlift has been considered insignificant by most makers. You don't have to plug after every use in a battery charger, because the battery version still has a wall plug to maintain the battery charged. Another thing to think about is how mechanically inclined the user is, wires need to be disconnected and reconnected to add the new battery and because housing and the seat on some versions must be removed. Sometimes, this becomes a service call to an installer to create life easier. Ask for directions and see if it is something that you will wish to replace yourself. We'd be very happy to help you out. In the event you decide on an electric model, make certain there is a plug within several feet of the lift. No particular outlets are needed.

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