Most home’s nowadays aren’t built with curved staircases, but some are, and many built in the past have curved staircases. Stairlifts have been around for a while now, and come in a variety of different models, including some designed specifically for curved staircases. These curved stairlifts are what we wanted to talk about today.
What Exactly is a Curved Stairlift?
Curved stairlifts work just the same as regular stairlifts, except they’re designed to function on curved or spiral staircases. Regular stairlifts are pretty cookie cutter, and more often than not, most stairlift models will work on most straight stairlifts. Curved stairlifts are all custom. Every curved staircase is different, so custom stairlift rails will need to be designed and installed.
Stay Safe with a Stairlift
If you struggle to get around, then going up and down the stairs can be dangerous. You don’t want to wait for an accident to occur, you need to make your entire home is safely accessible. From stairlifts, to ramps, to beds, we offer a whole range of pieces of mobility equipment in our showroom, meaning that’s something we can help with.
Can My Staircase Fit a Curved Stairlift?
Curved stairlifts are custom built, so fret not, if your staircase has a turn in it, we’ll be able to add a stairlift. We’ve built stairlifts on staircases steep and narrow, metal or wood. Even if you don’t have a clear landing at the top or bottom of the stairs, or if you have a landing in the middle, our team will be able to help you.
Work with a Professional Stairlift Installer in Maryland
Whether you need help with a curved or straight stairlift, or any other mobility needs, Freedom Mobility is here for you. We’ve been helping Marylanders get around for decades and can help you too. Don’t allow your lack of mobility prevent you from getting around your own home any longer.