Stair lifts date all the way back to the 1930s. Today you will find two types of stair lifts referred to as straight or curved stair lift. You can get these lifts for both indoor and outdoor use. Straight stair lifts are fairly simple in that they will be secured to the stairs and plug in to a wall outlet. If you have a curved staircase you can expect a more expensive price tag because it will be built custom for your staircase. No matter how many stairs you might have between you and the top, you can be sure to have different pricing options from the many manufactures that build them today.
A Best-Selling Stairlift For Over 20 Years The place of comfort, security, rejuvenation. A repository for all the things, great and small, that define your life. But, what happens when your staircase becomes an impediment? Is your life reduced? Perhaps. But, it need not be. A Stairlift can provid...
A Best-Selling Stairlift For Over 20 Years The place of comfort, securit...Learn More
A leading manufacturer and supplier of straight and curved stair lifts, for indoor and outdoor use, for those having difficulties on the staircase. A stair lift is safe, comfortable, reliable and provides independence and freedom.
A leading manufacturer and supplier of straight and curved stair lifts, for...Learn More
One Source for Accessibility and Mobility Solutions Harmar is one of the world's leading manufacturers of mobility and accessibility products that help individuals maintain their independence and lifestyle. As America's Lift Leader our quality products are engineered for performance, safe...
One Source for Accessibility and Mobility Solutions Harmar is one of the...Learn More
The Harmar lift has been dependable and enabling. We have an old two story house and surgery required a way to use the entire space. I did a fair amount of research on prices, technical customer support and reliability. The lift is working fine and it's been a welcome addition.
This lift has been a blessing to my parents. It works like a charm and provides them with a safe and easy way to access their basement. They've used it for several years with no problems.
Installed in March 2016 and had a broken wire under the seat in June. In Sept another broken wire. The connecting wire under the seat look very fragile and when the seat is moved around the wires are both pulled and flexed - and they seem to break too often. The tech is to fix this current break today and his input will be welcomed.
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