The range of available straight stair lifts

Just like everything that we want and buy in our day-to-day life, we want to be able to have choices in our purchases. Having at least a few choices makes us feel that we have power over our choices as well as over our own circumstances. This is how it works when we are in the grocery store looking for different kinds of breakfast cereals and it is the same when we are shopping for medical supplies like stair lifts. No matter what the product is or where you are buying it from, being able to pick the product that you think is going to be the best possible match for you enables you to be more confident in your purchase decisions.

This is something that Ascent Mobility, one of the larger companies providing all sorts of different mobility tools, knows all about. While the category of mobility around stairs products might seem rather narrow, the designers and retailers at Ascent Mobility know that different homes and different people are going to have different problems that need addressing. This is why Ascent Mobility has four different main categories of stair lifts in order to figure out which one is going to be the best fit for your home. While I don’t have the time to go into a lot of detail, here is a bit of information on those main four categories and how they stand out from one another so that no matter which one you choose, you will find a way to have all of your needs met. ascent mobility

The Brooks stair lift- This is a fairly basic and easy to use stair lift with controls on both arms of the chair so that you can easily and comfortably get where you want to go. There is also a digital diagnostic display which means that if anything ever goes wrong with your residential stair lift, it will be quick and easy to figure out what the problem is.

The Acorn stair lift- This stair lift sold by Ascent Mobility has all of the same features as the Brooks stair lift like the dual side controls and digital diagnostic display but it has the additions of having a possibility for a wide seat installed and a swivel seat. This way you can get the most out of your comfort on your residential stair lift.

The Outdoor stair lift- This is obviously catering to a different kind of stair lift. With all of the features of the last two stair lifts, the outdoor stair lift of course is built to be a lot sturdier and be able to take a lot more from the weather and the elements. If you are planning for an outdoor stair lift, you should always buy one that is meant to be outdoors so that it can stand up to the pressure and weather.

The Pinnacle stair lift- This special stair lift is one of the fanciest and highest quality residential stair lifts that Ascent Mobility sells. It can be attached to either side of the staircase for maximum comfort, has an optional seat upgrade and can hold a capacity of up to 600 pounds.