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Make Using Stairs Safer

Going up and down the stairs is something that most aged individuals feel is the most dangerous part of their day. Having to balance and scale is a dangerous blend, and can result in seriously injuring yourself and falling. This cans turn into a fun and easy task, instead of one you worry.

No More Worrying About Your Loved Ones

For the kids of aging parents, the daily worry of if their parent continues to be healthy and not trapped is a daily anxiety. With the addition of a stair lift to the house, you can greatly reduce this worry, and make life easier for everyone around, understanding the stairs are now much safer than before.

Stay in Your Concord House Longer

With a new stair lift you’ll manage to stay in your Concord house for much longer, without having to move to a brand-new and unfamiliar place. It makes going up and down the stairs certainly will permit you to stay in the North Carolina house you love for years longer than you normally could, and every day a pleasure action rather than a distressing one.


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

Has the idea of having to build an additional bedroom on the first floor or move to just one floor house crossed your head?

Here at Cain’s Mobility NC , we understand that making home modifications may seem out of the inquiry, as it seems impossible or unaffordable. Our professional installers and staff simplify the process of staying mobile for the aged, handicapped, or temporarily wounded population of Concord.

When you experience life with a stairlift, you’ll wish you’d done it sooner.

For lots of people living in Concord, dealing with an injury or pain or getting up a flight of stairs may become a huge chore. The emotional effects can start changing every facet of your own life and are debilitating. Individuals who have had a stairlift installed realize that they have to self-restrict themselves and endure the impacts of altering their behavior to handle the chore.

Many, who continue without a remedy, even begin to experience other unwanted side effects that are damaging health. These effects aren’t only directly related to the immobility. By walking up the stairs despite questionable equilibrium they are related to the changes a man has made to prevent the chore or the risks they take.

When you have found that you are not as steady on your feet or that you are changing the way your stairs scale, then you are already making your life harder than it must be.

Addressing difficulties increases the happiness we experience in life, because we feel like we’re in control and we’re removing obstacles that can endanger us.

Relieving pain for the fastest growing section of the world’s citizenry is part of what makes our communities encouraging.

Pain doesn’t have to be a regular process of aging, but doctors admit that elderly patients often believe that it is. Your daily tasks can be impaired by pain and may interfere to your social life. Some loved ones depending on just how much pain their chronic condition brought them on a daily basis and even withdraw from activities. Huge numbers of people suffer in line with the American Pain Society and look for relief or several of them fail to seek treatment.

By installing a stairlift in your Concord house, you stay mobile and still can decrease your suffering.

Meanwhile, every time won’t fill you with stress you walk up the stairway. Seniors or those people who are challenged by mobility who endure a fall-related injury often require life long care worse, or afterwards, completely eliminate living independently.

A stairlift will eliminate the chances and also the fears that you will aggravate your pain.

With a stairlift, you will not have a painful tumble.

Avoid becoming one of the millions of elderly adults who endure moderate to serious injuries when they lost their equilibrium.

Now you cease the excruciating painful journey, because you deserve alternatives that could improve your own life and can pursue your daily activities with relaxation and convenience.

Appreciate on a regular basis, love and effort you have put into your home once again.

Our Concord staff knows how important it’s to get your questions answered and is available right now to provide you the support and assistance assist you to move around again and you need to make an informed choice.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) Does AETNA cover the cost of these lifts?

No. Aetna bases this determination on whether several standards are fulfilled. The Aetna member must be: (1) incapable of standing up from a regular armchair at home; (2) and must have severe arthritis of the hip or knee, or have severe neuromuscular disease; (3) and the seat lift mechanism must be prescribed to effect improvement, or arrest or retard deterioration in the member's state; (4) and once standing, the member has to have the capacity to ambulate. Afterward, Aetna would contemplate seat lift mechanisms medically necessary durable medical equipment (DME). Nonetheless, Aetna doesn't insure stairlifts because they are considered dwelling modifications. As described in the question that handles Medicare coverage of these medical devices, they basically follow the rules for lift mechanisms of Medicare.

2) Does it increase or decrease the value of my home?

The complete worth of your house won't depreciate. If you plan on selling your Concord home, realtors used to urge that a stairlift be removed prior to putting your house on the North Carolina market, nonetheless given increased life expectancy, this is not any longer the case. You go or may also totally remove the stairlift with no signs of setup when you need or no longer want it. Realtors can list that the stairlift is a high utility value for disabled people and the home is appropriate for reachable independent living and when a purchaser wants it removed, then they offer that chance.

3) How much would a cheap one cost?

Recommend you be careful of scams. we although you could likely locate an affordable stairlift for about $1,000, but Some people have bought a very affordable unit and soon learned that there were flaws in the unit once they got them or they did not function properly. Quality is essential because you could end up spending a lot more to keep a low-cost purchase. To be able to find an affordable alternative, consider buying used models or leasing one. Scroll through this page to see our advice on searching for units that are affordable and finance choices.

4) Can these be used on carpeted floors?

Elevators can be installed on all kinds of flooring (carpeting, concrete, tile, marble, linoleum, or bare wooden stairway). Installers can twist right through the carpeting. The paths do not cut inside the house, because the aluminum processors are really hard to remove from the carpeting. One thing that specialists say is that if your carpet will probably need replacing in the next 5 years, before you've got a stairlift installed, you may want to replace it. Otherwise, you will need to factor in the price of uninstalling and re-installing the stairlift.

5) Is there any way to sell the equipment when we are done with it?

Yes. There are suppliers and makers that offer buyback plans. Many of them will remove the unwanted raise also. Many folks want to purchase reconditioned stairlifts, so the demand is there. Many buyers don't like to buy straight from a seller, whether it'll work on their stairs and because they need to have it checked out by a professional to ascertain how well it functions. Specific models sell simpler than many others.

6) Does the VA cover the cost and installation of lifts?

According to AARP, The Department of Veterans Affairs offers a couple of grants to qualified veterans with disabilities for safety advancements in the home. Those include: the Home Improvements and Structural Alternations (HISA) Grant; The Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) grant; and the Special Dwelling Adaptation (SHA) grant. Upon qualification, a veteran can receive either and both a HISA grant a SAH or SHA grant. Contact the form 10-0103 to submit an application for the HISA grant. Contact the form 26-4555 to submit an application for a SAH or SHA grant. For information on all benefits call 1 800 827 1000.

7) How sturdy are these lifts to install?

The sturdiness of the chair assembly and track of a stairlift can change so that it is not bad to do a little bit of homework. In order to determine how tough a stairlift is, make certain it's powerful enough for the heaviest user by comparing maximum weight capacities. Some companies assert the most durable in the business is the model that offers the heaviest weight capacity at 400 lbs.. Heavier duty versions demand more durable paths and larger batteries. Heavy-duty versions cost more so be sure to get the model that matches the individual who'll use the stairlift. Always check whether the manufacturer has an established reputation for sturdy, safe and well made products.

8) Does health insurance cover equipment cost and installation of a lift?

For the reason that they're house alterations, not durable medical equipment, Medicare doesn't cover installation costs and stairlift equipment. Durable medical equipment contains elevators that are accustomed to help a patient in out of a seat or bed. Medicaid in your state may cover stairlifts through Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waivers. In North Carolina, individuals with limited financial resources might be qualified for the North Carolina Medicaid COPES Waiver, recently replaced by the Community First Choice Alternative. It enables people who supports independent living and require nursing home level attention to receive that attention at home, including coverage for home alterations. Family may be compensated for providing caregiving support. As stated by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), some private health insurance suppliers may offer financial assistance for some home modifications in the event the lift is considered a medical necessity. It's best to review different insurance policies. Some private health or long-term care insurance can help pay for small home adjustments. Check with your Concord insurance carrier to review policy options. The National Association of Home Builders suggests that some auto insurance, worker's compensation, long-term care coverages, state catastrophic accident insurance plans, and medical trust funds can cover the costs of a home adjustment.

9) How much do stair lifts costs?

According to Consumer Affairs, the very best nine stairlift brand names starting with the finest-rated contain: Acorn Stairlifts, Reachable Building, Ascent Stairlifts, Silver Cross, Bruno, AmeriGlide, State Home Elevator, 101 Freedom and Stannah. Specialists rate these based on many different characteristics, variables, and suitability because of situation. Many of these companies usually do not publicize their costs, since every stairs is different. Frequently, they'll beat any competitive quote. Stairlifts that are used can cost under $2,000. Rental and aid systems are accessible. While some usually do not include installation in the cost, some products are sold as complete packages including setup as well as a guarantee. The shape of the stairwell, the length of the seat style, the course, job, and the features you need determine the price.

10) Can you build one of these yourselves?

It really depends upon your technical know how. It's an extremely daunting process. Because their stairs are too narrow to use the ones available on the market, many people choose to make a stairlift that is home made or they're trying to work on a tight budget. You can locate used stairlifts and save yourself from the inherent hassle and potential risks of building one yourself. Some designs are available online, however, without the proper tools, materials and welding knowledge, this strategy might take quite a long time to build along with plenty of headaches. Also, when you compare shared layout plans for a stairlift to buying a tried-and-true tested model, a homemade version and commercial models can not compete as far as appearance and compactness. It is a robust approach to go. Additionally, recall security is really a concern for anybody who's going to rely on the lift, therefore it is critical for you to do thorough testing and frequent checking of your handiwork.

11) How are they powered?

When you're not using the stairlift, you can conserve energy by turning it off with the remote also. Stairlifts come in both battery-powered (D/C) and electric (A/C) models. One concern is whether you live in a region that experiences a great deal of power outages, because you do not want to be stranded mid-elevator during a storm. (Yet, ask the maker about the backup power system that should be included in your version.) Additionally, consider the cost of replacing the battery as well as the life of the battery. While some prefer electrical models for reasons which range from battery life to some device difficulties unique to battery models, others prefer battery powered stairlifts, because they could result in lower electric bills, although the expense of the electricity to control the stairlift has been considered insignificant by the majority of manufacturers. Since the battery version has a wall plug to keep the battery charged, you don't need to plug in a battery charger after every use. Another thing to consider is how inclined the user is, wires need to be disconnected and reconnected to fit the brand new battery and as casing and the seat on some models must be removed. Sometimes, this becomes a service call to an installer to make life easier. Request directions and see whether it is something you'll need to replace yourself. We'd be pleased to assist you. Make sure there's a plug within several feet of the elevator in case you decide on an electric model. No special outlets are crucial. Request the best way to change the back up fuse on an electric stairlift.

12) Can these lifts be used on wood flooring?

Lifts can be installed on all forms of flooring (carpet, concrete, tile, marble, linoleum, or bare wooden stairway). When the stairlift is removed, holes will probably be evident without carpeting. However, the holes are not large and could be filled. Stairlifts can be installed on wooden outdoor steps. The railing will be attached to your wooden steps. In reality, most professionally installed stairlifts in Concord cost between $500 and $1,000 for the work given a variety of variables based on the problem of the occupation. Tile, concrete, or metal staircases are less easy than wooden stairway. Having wooden stairs as a construction material of the staircase makes the occupation for an installer less labor intensive and affordable for you.

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