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Make Using Stairs Less Dangerous

Going up and down the stairs is something which most elderly people feel is the most dangerous portion of their day. Having to balance and climb can lead to falling and critically injuring yourself, and is a dangerous mix. A stair lift can turn this into a fun and easy task, instead of one you fear.

Bypass Breaking a Hip

The stairway are just one of the most dangerous spots at home, as well as a single fall can result in a serious harm which will greatly hinder you for years. By preventing falling on the stairs, you can add many additional years to your own life, and relish grandkids and your family for much more. Avoid breaking a hip, knee or back using a fall down the staircase.

Greatly Increase Value to Your Bozeman House

Mobility and availability equipment already installed in your home is going to be an important advantage as the baby boomer population proceeds to get older. It’s going to make your home more precious, and be purchased faster in case something occurs. A fresh lift can significantly increase the value of your Bozeman house.


Does having to take the staircase at home make you wish you had the same option whenever you are in a public place like you do to take the elevator?

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

Has the thought of having to construct an additional bedroom on the first floor or move to an individual floor house crossed your mind?

People dwelling in Bozeman neighborhoods rely on our professionals that are competent, because we focus on security and accuracy can fit it within a couple of hours or within a day depending on your own staircase and when installing your stairlift.

Maintain your Independence in Montana, because the stairway don’t have to limit which part of the house you go to.

Suddenly having to deal with restricting your moves as an effect of a disability or mature age can make you lose your confidence. It can decrease the quality of your life. So you can stop letting those stairs ruin your day that’s unnecessary with new technologies which can be set up on your house.

A lot of folks face the difficult choice of the best way to continue to live in their home and enjoy greater rates of dignity when facing freedom limitations. Even if our bodies change with age, our want to help you to get around and live an independent lifestyle sticks with us.

Having to wait around for someone to aid you in jobs that are routine or getting to your own comfy bed can take its toll. The truth is, it’s one of the core values that health professionals focus on, making sure that they preserve a good sense of dignity and respect for a loved one.

No wonder, the desire for esteem and dignity really grows stronger when an individual becomes ill, challenged with mobility issues, or disabled.

It is not impossible that you’ve already decided to live at home, rather than an assisted living facility, despite needing to confront a disability or age-related challenge coming your way.

Maybe you are not familiar with installing a stairlift can help you maintain your access to each area of your house.

When you experience life with a stairlift, you will wish you’d done it earlier.

For a lot of folks dwelling in Bozeman, dealing with pain or an injury or getting up a flight of stairs may become a huge chore. The psychological effects may start influencing every aspect of your own life and are debilitating. Those who have had a stairlift installed understand that they have to self-restrict themselves and endure the impacts of altering their behavior to manage the chore.

Many, who continue without a solution, even begin to experience other detrimental health unwanted side effects. These effects aren’t merely related to the immobility.

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

The happiness we experience in life, because we feel like we’re in control is increased by addressing difficulties and we are eliminating obstacles that could endanger us.

Our Bozeman staff knows how important it’s to get your questions answered and is available right now to provide you the support and help allow you to move around again and you must make an educated choice.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) How are these lifts fitted?

Making your purchase can entail a fantastic deal of work, time and decision making when you consider which features matter most to you and all the various sorts of stairlifts that are accessible to you personally that will suit your needs. After you have determined, the raise that is fitting involves ensuring that the best focus is given to the system fitting correctly so that you do not have to worry about its security or reliability. Your best option will be to have it meet by certified Bozeman professionals. These licensed professionals quantify the step heights and pitch angle to achieve correctness. The professional will visit the website--indoor or outside--and discover the stairlift can fit your stairway. The track will be secured by them with supports fixed to the staircase to the stairs. Frequently people wonder if it is connected to the wall, but the stairlift is directly fitted via the floor covering of the stairs. If the stairwell is removed, your stairs is free of damage. The rail fastener points are reachable over the top of any carpet you may have on the steps.

2) Can a stair lift go around corners?

Yes. Although straight stairlifts are frequently not as expensive, curved stairlifts can be custom built to fit any stairs. Modern railing designs to fit your lifestyle, leaving a lot of room for individuals to walk up and down the stairs, and effortlessly can help the stairlift traveling around corners tightly, comfortably.

3) Can you rent a stair lift for an extended period of time?

Because of individual circumstances you might be facing, you will need to rent a stairlift instead of buy one. Some manufacturers offer this option understanding that there are particular occasions when a customer may just need it for a short period of time. Maybe you may have business for a length period of time that can benefit from its use, perhaps you rent your home, or someone in your family has had an accident or surgery and desires it briefly. Sometimes, depending on the medical condition, you simply can't be sure how long you'll need the stairlift and renting seems like the best alternative on a month-to-month basis. Some Montana companies even offer rent to own software. However, it is crucial that you take into account the price of installation and de-installation before picking this alternative instead of buying a used stairlift.

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

No. There are no adjustments that are crucial, 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're planning to change the flooring or carpet in your stairs in the following five years, you might want to intend to do it before you install your stairlift to avert future removal and re-installation costs.

5) How do stair lifts work?

Basically, it's like riding in your own ski lift, minus the bitter cold. A safety belt keeps you firmly in place plus a foot rest prevents you from hitting on the steps while utilizing the lift. Some stairlifts call/send controls on the wall near the tracks for a user or a remote control can be used by you to send the chair in which you want it to go. Occasionally the control panel is located on the seat arm. Become familiar with the particular features of your unit. Once you're prepared, depending on the model you rented or purchased, you can control the rate and adjust the seat as you travel up and down your stairs. The lift consists of a motor, carriage, the control system, and your comfortable seat in order you can once again regain your freedom. Some models rely on a belt like a conveyor belt and a rack and pinion system is used by other models.

6) How are they powered?

Here's another remote to add to your group, in the event you've ever fought for the remote. You can conserve energy by turning it off with the remote also when you are not using the stairlift. Stairlifts come in both battery-powered (D/C) and electric (A/C) versions. One consideration is whether you live in a place that experiences lots of power outages, as you do not need to be stranded mid-lift during a thunderstorm. (Nevertheless, ask the maker about the backup power system that should be contained in your model.) Additionally, consider the price of replacing the life of the battery and the battery. While some prefer electrical models for reasons ranging from battery life to some apparatus issues particular to battery models, others prefer battery powered stairlifts, because they are able to lead to lower electric bills, although the expense of the electricity to operate the stairlift has been considered negligible by most producers. Since the battery model still has a wall plug to keep the battery charged, you do not need to plug in a battery charger after every use. Another thing to consider is the way inclined the user is, as casing and the seat on some models must be removed and wires have to be disconnected and reconnected to fit the newest battery. Occasionally, this becomes a service call to an installer to make life simpler. Request instructions and see whether it's something that you will wish to replace yourself. We'd be pleased to help you out. Make certain there's a plug within several feet of the elevator, in case you choose an electrical version. No specific outlets are required.

7) Does AARP cover the cost of these lifts?

AARP isn't a provider of insurance, but contracts with insurance companies to make coverage available to AARP members. AARP doesn't cover the price of any wellness needs or stairlifts and doesn't make individuals health plan recommendations. 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.

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

No. One of the rationales that the stairlifts are attached to the stairs is to protect your Bozeman home from damage related to setup. The treads of the stairs can manage the few screws attached to the stairlifts. The holes are easy to cover. The total worth of your home won't depreciate. In case you plan on selling your home, realtors used to recommend that a stairlift be removed prior to putting your house in the marketplace, nevertheless given increased life expectancy, this is not any longer the case. You may also completely remove the stairlift with no signs of installation when you need or no longer want it or move.

9) Can you apply for one of these lifts if you are on disability?

Someone qualifies for Social Security disability benefits when they've worked in work that was covered by Social Security and have a medical condition that meets their definition of impairment. In case you are on handicap or injured, benefits could be covered. Since SSI is a needs-based program and an SSI recipient must have limited income and resources, qualifications for the Plan for Achieving Self-Support (PASS) allows a person who has a disability to attain an occupational objective. The cash that is set aside under a PASS may be used for anything that results in an occupational goal and can be used to cover house adjustments via an SSI savings plan. It's possible for you to find out more about PASS through your Montana Social Security Administration office or call toll free 800-772-1213.

10) How fast do stairlifts go?

Commonly the speed ranges from 13.78 feet per minute to 29.53 feet per minute with the speed changing with the rider's weight, all within the recommended industry standard. The most speed in america is 40 feet per minute. Units can include an emergency brake safety feature in case you feel out of control descending. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers oversees the standards for stairs chair lifts for issues of public safety, including speed under ASME A18.1.. Some makers offer a variable speed of 0 to 38 feet per minute.

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

Yes. Stairlifts that are recycled and reconditioned are accessible and are an option. Custom designed curved stairlifts are less easy to resell, as the angles round the curves really have to be an extremely close match. A recycled stairlift is naturally good only because it is used and offers lots of edges. Many Montana stairlift firms resell them used and buy back stairlifts. A used stairlift may have been removed and resold, as the individual who depended on the raise improved within their state, they went, or the demand for it was temporary. They cost significantly less than new models. When buying a lift that is secondhand, make sure you ask some questions. Ask about the previous owner as well as their weight /height demands. Ask about the age of the used model. We recommend that you really do not purchase because that version is close to retirement, one which is 10 years old. Inquire mechanical questions about the condition of the battery, the working status of its motor, the tracks, and the raise. You can shorten the span of tracks if required, as stated before. Nonetheless, be sure you stick to quite a measured strategy for cutting tracks, because a mistake will cost you.

12) Does AETNA cover the cost of these lifts?

No. Aetna bases this conclusion on whether several criteria are fulfilled. The Aetna member must be: (1) incapable of standing up from a standard armchair at home; (2) and must have severe arthritis of the hip or knee, or have acute neuromuscular disease; (3) and the seat lift mechanism should be prescribed to effect improvement, or arrest or retard deterioration in the member's condition; (4) and once standing, the member has to possess the capacity to ambulate. Subsequently, Aetna would consider seat lift mechanisms medically necessary durable medical equipment (DME). However, Aetna will not cover stairlifts because they are considered dwelling changes. As described in the question that handles Medicare coverage of these medical devices, they essentially follow Medicare's rules for lift mechanisms.

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