“Finally, an honest company not trying to take advantage of a bad situation! My mom is doing so much better with the stair lifts in place and the recycled units looked brand new. We couldn’t be happier!”
“Just wanted to say how happy I am with your service. You installed a chair lift in my two story home after my wife broke her hip. It was a life saver, allowing her to transit between floors at will without putting any weight on her damaged hip. I can’t thank you enough.”
“We wanted to thank you all for the kind, professional and expert service we received from you all. From initial contact to scheduling, to installation and instruction on use, the entire group did an excellent job. We will highly recommend your company to anyone needing this type of assistance.
“Bill Koch is extremely knowledgeable about his products. He is prompt and courteous. He truly took the time to understand what our needs were and came up with the best solution.”
“In June of 2016 my mother in law ( 88 years old) moved into our home following an injury. I wanted to say thank you for installing the stair lifts in our split level home.
You and your staff were very responsive, and the lift works very well too. Mother-in-law is able to move about in our home.
The simple answer is that any patient powered lifts are generally not covered by common health insurance plans, including Federal Medicare plans or State Medicaid plans.
Yes, We are happy to review your requirements to determine if an elevator is suitable for your application.
Stairlifts are designed to fit a standard staircase, which tends to be anywhere from 36 inches wall to wall or wider in newer homes.
For individuals that value locally owned companies that can provide quick service, parts, and any warranty or maintenance work required on a lift, it is best to call and inquire if the seller’s location is in your area.