A Curved Stair Lift can give you easy access to more levels in your home or business. Those who are unable to navigate a staircase no longer have to be limited to the lower level. A curved stair lift can be easily installed onto your existing staircase. One of AccessMSN’s Blue Shirt Professionals can come to your home or place of business to custom-design the right fit for your unique staircase. The high-tech, low profile design fits into any décor while providing a safe comfortable ride up and down the rail.
The curved railing can be designed to smoothly glide through a 90-degree or 180-degree turn, as well as a spiral staircase. The ergonomically-designed chair is not only comfortable, but can be customized by color and fabric options to match your taste and surroundings. The arms of the chair flip up for safe and easy entry and exit to the stair lift. The seat, foot rest and armrest fold up out of the way when not in use, maximizing the stairway space. Our curved stair lifts are engineered in modules which fit together in your home in such a fashion that our trained installers can bring the pieces in and fit them together to cause the least amount of disruption to your home. If there is a power outage, our curved stair lifts have a back-up power source to keep them working.
AccessMSN is always finding ways to make it easier and safer for those with mobility challenges to have fuller and more independent lives. Our curved stair lifts opens up all levels of your home or business to those with mobility challenges in a very tasteful practical manner. We even offer curved stair lifts for outdoor use. Contact us for a free consultation.
NSM can help you select the appropriate curved stair lift for your home
Our Blue Shirt professionals come to your home or place of business at no cost to assess which stair lift is right for you. We are dedicated to offering the highest degree of service, installation and advice and offer stairlifts by Bruno and Harmar. We even offer short term rental solutions at some of our select branches. We have a mission to make it easier for the mobility-challenged to move through this world—even if it entails going up or downstairs.