Curved or Custom Stair Lifts

Curved or Custom Stair Lifts

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    Curved & Custom Stairlifts

    Serving Kansas and Missouri

    Free In-Home Evaluations and Consultations!

    Best of Home Advisor Winner 2017, 2018 and 2019

    Not every staircase is straight. For those that have turns, bends, landings or a sweeping curve, Handicare can build a custom rail with a perfect fit.

    Custom-built to fit your staircase, Access Done Easy provides curved and custom stair lifts that have at least one bed and/or travel across a landing. Our custom stairlifts are designed to fit on either side of your staircase and our team will work with your preference when measuring for your chair lift. We are licensed and insured provide installation and repair services for residential and commercial in Kansas and Missouri. We are veteran owned and operated and have over 25 years of experience in the industry.

    Why Choose Access Done Easy?

    • Free in-home evaluations and consultations
    • 4.9 star rating on Home Advisor
    • Best of Home Advisor Winner 2017, 2018 and 2019
    • Warranty offered
    • New and refurbished stair lifts available
    • Accredited BBB business with A+ rating
    • Over 25 years of experience
    • We provide installation and repair services
    • We can repair older curved and custom chairlifts that most companies can’t fix

    Regain your independence! Schedule your in-home evaluation by calling 855.543.8632   or fill out our contact form.

    Access Done Easy Customer Testimonial

    They returned my call and met with me within 2 hours of my request sent to HomeAdvisor. They were able to install my Stair Lift the next day by 1 pm. Very professional yet friendly and understanding. I have no reservations in recommending them. – Bob B.

    About Curved & Custom Stair Lifts

    Your staircase is surveyed either by hand or with a photometric survey kit to ensure the best possible fit. After engineering, each piece of rail is individually bent and test assembled for accuracy. Another top5 question is “Can’t you just add a curved piece to the middle of two straights?” Sorry but no. Custom lifts have a special motor that keeps the rider straight up and down as the angle of the stairs change from sloping to flat and vice versa.

    Benefits of Curved and Custom Stair Lifts

    A custom stair lift has several advantages over multiple straight lifts. They are an elegant solution to a challenging set of stairs. They can travel several stories and allow riders to get off and park at each floor. The more flights you have the more cost effective a custom stair lift becomes. Often it is the only solution, such as a large radius curved staircase. The rider does not have to transfer mid flight. This is crucial for people who get light headed when they stand up or have difficulty transitioning from or to a standing position. Many people find it advantageous to ride the entire length of the stairs as one ride.

    We realize this is not an item people buy to get published in “Better Homes and Garden”. However esthetically it is much cleaner looking and takes up less space overall. They offer a way to park your ride out of the way, leaving the rail on the steps for maximum clearance.

    The double rail design only intrudes 4 inches into the staircase. Many of the same options for folding and auto swivel seats and rails are available as with straight lifts. The single rail design offers more options for low intrusion at the lower landings.

    Custom colors for the rail and seat can match existing décor giving a blended appearance.

    When to Use a Curved or Custom Stairlift

    A curved stair lift can be used for many different types of stairs including:

    • Multiple levels of stairs (such as from the basement to the second floor)
    • Spiral stairs
    • Stairs with an intermediate landing
    • Staight stairs when you want to “park” the stair lift out of the way
    • Straight stairs when you want to stop the chair several feet from the top (called an overrun)
    • Stairs that change direction in any way
    • Stairs that curve or feature any pie-shaped stairs

    If you are inclined to go with a custom lift, keep in mind that because of the craftsmanship and unique design, they can take upwards of 3 to 5 weeks to get manufactured and installed.

    Give us a call today for a free in home evaluation and price quote for the fastest possible solution.