Buying a Used Stair Lift - Part 3
Step two in shopping for a
used stair lift is:
Develop a plan:
Many people do not have a plan in place when making
their decision on what kind a of stair lift they either want or need.
It’s similar to those who are wanting to remodel their living room and
go to a store and buy random furniture and decorations, only to go back
home, put it all together and realize that nothing matches or works
quite how they thought it would. A few questions to ask yourself in
planning for a used stair lift are: Are the stairs indoor or outdoor?
Are they straight or do they curve? How wide is the staircase? What is
the overall length of the staircase? Do you want to install this
yourself or have someone else install it? Is the person using this above
or under 350 lb? Which operating system are you looking for: rack and
pinion, drum and cable, or worm gear? Do you want a stair lift that
folds up thereby creating more space on the stairs, or something that is
stationary and blocks the staircase? Does it carry any sort of warranty?
These are all great questions to ask yourself ahead of time so that you
are prepared and have a plan in place before you purchase.
The last and final step in shopping for a
stair lift is step three:
Execute the purchase
Shop for a stairlift like
you would a mortgage or a car. When you request help from us, we
provide you with quotes from 3 different stair lift companies.
StairLiftAnswers.com is the only independent referral source on the
net. For more information on stair lifts and 3 quotes - Get Price Quotes by
emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.