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No More Worrying About The Safety of Loved Ones

For the children of aging parents, of if their parent remains healthy and not trapped the daily worry is a daily fear. With the addition of a stair lift to the house, you can considerably reduce this worry, and make life easier for everyone about, understanding the stairs now are much safer than before.

Make Living Every Day MuchEasier and Hurt Less

With failing hips and knees, going up and down stairs can be very distressing for lots of individuals. A fresh elevator makes that process totally pain-free, and turns something you have to do multiple times per day instead of a painful one, into an enjoyable experience. A new elevator is likely to make your everyday life much more easy.

Stay in Your Shreveport House Longer

With a fresh stair lift you’ll manage to stay in your own Shreveport house for much more, without needing to go to a brand new and unfamiliar place. It makes going up and down the stairs every day a pleasure action instead of a distressing one, and certainly will allow you to stay in the home you adore for years more than you normally could.


Does having to take the staircase at home make you wish you had the same choice to take the elevator whenever you’re in a public place, like you do?

Does the additional help you provide your elderly parent or dependent appear too risky and overwhelming when it comes to following them down and up the stairs?

Has the idea of having to assemble an additional bedroom on the first floor or move to one floor home crossed your mind?

Individuals living in Shreveport neighborhoods rely on our competent professionals, because we focus on safety and precision can match it within a few hours or within a day depending on your staircase and when installing your stairlift.

Alleviating pain for the fastest growing segment of the inhabitants in the world is part of what makes our communities encouraging.

Physicians declare that elderly patients often believe that it is, although pain does not have to be a normal process of aging. Pain can interfere to your social life and can impair your daily actions. Some loved ones based on how much pain their long-term condition brought them on a daily basis and pull away from tasks. Huge numbers of people suffer according to the American Pain Society and search for relief or several of them neglect to find treatment.

By installing a stairlift in your Shreveport house, you remain mobile and still can reduce your suffering.

Meanwhile, you will not fill with stress every time you walk up the stairway. Seniors or those who are challenged by freedom who sustain a fall-related injury frequently require lifelong care worse, or after, fully eliminate living independently.

A stairlift will eliminate the anxieties and the chances that you will aggravate your pain.

With a stairlift, you will not have a debilitating fall. It’s possible for you to alleviate the pain that you currently experience by relying on our professional technicians to get you off your feet into a stairlift that will safely take you up and down those menacing stairs.

Avoid becoming one of the millions of aged adults who sustain moderate to severe injuries when they lost their equilibrium.

Now you can pursue your daily actions with advantage and comfort and stop the excruciating painful journey, because you deserve alternatives that could improve your own life.

Appreciate on a regular basis, effort and love you have put into your house once again.

Keep your Independence in Louisiana, since the stairway do not have to confine which part of the house you go to.

No one likes to feel weak. Unexpectedly needing to deal with limiting your moves as an outcome of older age or a disability can cause you to lose your trust. It can reduce the quality of your own life. That is not necessary with new technologies that may be set up on your house so you can stop letting those stairs ruin your day.

Plenty of people face the tough decision of how to continue enjoy greater levels of dignity and to live in their own home when facing freedom limitations. If our bodies change with age, our want to be able to get around and live an unaffiliated lifestyle sticks with us.

Needing to wait around for someone to help you in jobs that are routine or getting to your own comfortable bed can take its toll. The truth is, it is among the core values that caregivers focus on, making sure they preserve respect as well as a good sense of dignity for a loved one facing these challenges.

No wonder, the desire for respect and dignity truly develops stronger when an individual becomes ill, challenged with mobility problems, or disabled.

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

Perhaps you are unfamiliar with how installing a stairlift can help you keep your access to each area of your residence. The wonderful thing about living at home is the fact that there are a lot of options and they’re yours to make.

We wish to assist you maintain your autonomy so you do not have to move away from the Shreveport house you love.

Our Shreveport staff understands how important it’s to get your questions answered and is available right now to give you help and the support you really need to make an educated decision and allow you to move around.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) How are you supposed to run power to a stair lift?

Electric-power (AC) stairlifts need a grounded conventional 110v/20 amp outlet located at or close to the bottom or top of the staircase. Plug in the DC powered stairlift when it's not used to recharge the battery. There are additionally DC powered units that enable the batteries to be always charged by the AC electricity while the DC power is used by the stairlift from the batteries. The battery used stairlift will continue to run until it runs out of electricity, when there's a power outage. The DC stairlift is not going to run, if the transformer burns out and also you must possess the charger.

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 severe neuromuscular disease; (3) and the seat lift mechanism should be prescribed to effect improvement, or arrest or retard deterioration in the member's state; (4) and once standing, the member has to possess the capacity to ambulate. Afterward, Aetna would consider seat lift mechanisms medically necessary durable medical equipment (DME). Because they're considered residence modifications, nevertheless, Aetna does not cover 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) Is there any way to sell the equipment when we are done with it?

Yes. There are providers and producers that offer buy back plans. Many of them are going to remove the unwanted lift also. A lot of people like to purchase reconditioned stairlifts, or so the demand is there. Many buyers do not like to purchase straight from a seller, whether it'll work on their stairway and because they need to have it checked out by a professional to ascertain how well it works. Certain versions sell not more difficult than many others.

4) 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 safety developments in the dwelling. Those include: the Home Improvements and Structural Alternations (HISA) Grant; The Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) grant; and also the Special Dwelling Adaptation (SHA) grant. Upon qualification, a veteran can receive both a HISA grant and either a SAH or SHA grant. Contact the VA and ask for VA form 10-0103 to submit an application for the HISA grant. Contact the VA and ask for VA form 26-4555 to submit an application for a SAH or SHA grant. For advice on all benefits call 1 800 827 1000.

5) What types of financing are available if insurance doesn't cover home modifications?

Depending on your medical condition, there are several programs which help make the home adjustment cheaper. 1. Government grants that are available for home alterations are listed by the Fall Prevention Center of Excellence. Those include: (a) the Assistive Technology Funding and Systems Change Project United Cerebral Palsy Associations (UCPA) at 800-872-5827-UCPA ; (b) the Department of Veteran Affairs at (800) 827-1000 ; and (c) the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) (800) 829-1040. 2. Contact the National Council on Independent Living Center (703) 525-3406 on ways to get capital and referral services in your town. 3. Call (202) 708-1112. 4. It might reassure you to understand that if your insurance doesn't cover the cost, several of the stairlift manufacturers have partnered with banks to provide funding options, including loans and monthly payment choices. 5. There are other options to consider. The IRS may determine that your house adjustment qualifies for tax deductions. Phone the Internal Revenue Service to see if you can deduct the price of installing your stairlift. IRS Publication 502 is an excellent resource that can help you estimate whether modifying your stairs qualifies you to deduct it as a medical expense. You may also phone them at (800) 829-1040. 6. Some Area Agency of Aging use resources from the Older Americans Act Title III to change dwellings, if you meet the requirements. Call the Eldercare Locator at (800) 677-1116 or visit 7. Many cities and towns use Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) for home modifications, so check with your Shreveport, Louisiana office. It's possible for you to phone them toll free at 877-866-2476 or visit

6) Does AARP cover the cost of these lifts?

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

7) Is there any permanent damage when installing one of these lifts?

No. One of the reasons that the stairlifts are attached to the staircase is to shield your Shreveport home from damage related to installment. The few screws can be handled by the treads of the stairs. The holes are not difficult to cover. The carpeting will even have holes in it. The entire value of your home will not depreciate. Realtors used to urge that a stairlift be removed prior to putting your house in the marketplace, however given increased life expectancy, if you're planning on selling your home, this isn't any longer the case. You can even completely remove the stairlift with no signs of installation when you need or no longer want it or move.

8) Can the track be shortened?

Yes. The tracks could be corrected and the span can be reduced. However, using the correct personal protective gear is recommended. Some producers of stairlifts supply do-it-yourself cutting directions. Hereis the catch though. Ensuring that you get the length of the staircase to correspond with the path length is extremely critical. Without proper measurements, you may find the installment results in more problems rather than relying on professional installers with experience. Should the paths cut incorrectly, you might have difficulty returning them depending on the return policy. We highly advise that you really do not install your own stairlift or cut yourself to the path. It's not very safe. An incorrect shortening of the path or the wrong length of course can not prove terribly safe, especially when the track is not too long. It's crucial that the seat as well as the tracks work exactly. Accredited installers stress and will save you from lots of head aches and potential prevent harms that are dreadful.

9) How much would a cheap one cost?

Urge you be careful of scams. we although you could probably locate a stairlift that is cheap for about $1,000, but Some people have bought a very affordable unit and soon learned that there were defects in the unit once they got them or they didn't function properly. Quality is important as you could end up spending a lot more to maintain a low-cost purchase. To be able to locate an affordable option, consider buying used models or renting one. Scroll by means of this page to see our advice on looking for affordable units and financing options. Recall also that some companies buy back your stairlift if it turns out you no longer desire it and you don't desire to keep throwing money down the drain on a unit that isn't made with quality in mind.

10) Can you build one of these yourselves?

It certainly depends upon your practical know how. It's a very daunting procedure. Because their stairs are excessively narrow to utilize the ones out there, some people decide to create a home made stairlift or they are trying to work on a tight budget. Some designs are offered on the Internet, however, without the correct tools, materials and welding knowledge, this strategy might take lots of problems as well as quite a while to build. Additionally, when you compare layout plans that are common for a stairlift to purchasing a tried-and-true tested model that is, a home made version can't compete with commercial models as much as compactness and look. It's a hardy method to go. Additionally, remember safety is really a concern for anyone who is going to rely on the lift, so it is critical that you do thorough testing and regular checking account of your handiwork.

11) 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 less easy to resell, because the angles around the curves truly should be a very close match. A recycled stairlift offers a lot of advantages and is not naturally bad just because it's used. Many Louisiana stairlifts are bought back by stairlift companies and resell them used. A stairlift that was used resold and may have been removed, as the individual who depended on the lift enhanced in their condition, they moved, or the demand for it was temporary. They cost considerably less than new models. Be sure you ask some questions, when purchasing a used lift. Ask about their weight as well as the previous owner /height demands. Ask about the age of the model that is used. We advise that you really do not purchase because that model is close to retirement, one which is 10 years old. You can shorten the span of tracks if needed, as mentioned before. Nevertheless, ensure you stick to a very measured strategy for cutting tracks, because a mistake will cost you.

12) How much do stair lifts costs?

According to Consumer Affairs, the very best nine stairlift brand names beginning with the finest-rated comprise: Accessible Construction, Acorn Stairlifts, Rise Stairlifts, Silver Cross, Bruno, AmeriGlide, State Home Elevator, 101 Mobility and Stannah. Experts rate these suitability as a result of circumstances, and based on a number of features, factors. Since every staircase differs, many of these companies don't publicize their costs. Often, they're going to beat any competitive quote. Used stairlifts can cost under $2,000. Support and rental systems are available. $6,000 and for a custom curved rail staircase prices are around $10,000. for a straight flight of stairs look to spend between $2,500 While others do not contain setup in the purchase price, some products are sold as complete packages including a guarantee as well as installation. The shape of the stairwell, the length of the seat style the course, job, and the characteristics you need decide the cost.

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