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Stairlifts - Helping Climbing the Stairs Easily

By Julia Roger Subscribe to RSS | June 1st 2012 | Views:
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Climbing stairs seem to be a nightmare for most people who are suffering from arthritis or other knee ailments. Moreover, doctors even advise patients with heart problems to avoid using stairs. In such cases, Stair Lifts actually prove to be a great relief. They not only ease the pressure on people to move up and down conveniently but also are also available in plethora of designs and models. These lifts work on battery or even electricity and can be installed on any type of stairs whether straight, curved, or other unusual shape. These lifts can be folded when not in use and are provided with safety belt and sensors to detect any interruptions in the smooth movement of the lift.

They glide easily on the stairs at a uniform pace and provide you a complete freedom to move up and down anytime you want. You would no longer require help and support from others to climb up or down the stairs as these lifts are there to help you in the mobility. They can be installed both indoors and outdoors and require minimal maintenance. Being battery operated you do not even need to worry about your movements in case of power failure. Safe and comfortable these lifts could help you in moving up and down frequently.

Provided with fold up seat, foot rest and arms these stair lifts are easily affordable. They are even installed with limit sensors, which are fitted on the top and bottom of the lift rail. These sensors ensure that when the lift reaches the end of the rail it stops in the correct position. It also ensures that the lift comes to a soft halt and even starts gently rather than a jerky one. This feature removes the risk of injury when the lift starts or stops. Powered by a rechargeable battery they can even run during power cuts. These lifts have a dual mechanical and electrical braking system so that in case of a motor failure the lift does not descend abruptly.

Most stair lifts have a swivel seat which lock into position at the end of the stairs. This seat allows you to dismount from the lift comfortably and since the lift locks into place, hence it acts as a barrier to prevent you from falling down the stairs.

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