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Stair Lifts in Phoenix Metro Area

Power-Pedic is a resource to understand questions people ask when exploring for the best home stair lift, home stair lift financing options, or finding a the right home stair lift consultant. We will also explain the features of an A/C powered electric stair lift versus a battery operated stair lift, and have stories from individuals who have already discovered how a home stair lift is an excellent addition to their lives.

We understand purchasing a home stair lift is a big decision for you. You want the best stair lift, but are concerned about the price of an electric stair lift. Many people don't realize how affordable home stair lifts are, compared to moving to an assisted living center, different home, or remodeling. Make sure you understand what a home stair lift offers before you make your decision.

An electric stair lift offers many caregivers the peace of mind their loved one will be safe at home. The biggest worry of caregivers is the safety of the person in their care while the caregiver isn’t around, especially since stairs are the biggest cause for injuries in the home. A home stair lift is a great investment that will ease concern, enabling their loved ones to live a safer, more enjoyable life in their home.

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People often want to know who makes the best stair lift. Power-Pedic will leave that decision up to you. We do, however, recommend you talk to the best experts here at Power-Pedic. We are your source for the best stair lift information, presented in an unbiased fashion to help you make the best stair lift decisions.

An electric stair lift can go by many names. Some people recognize one as a stair chair lift. To clarify, a stair chair lift is the same thing as a home stair lift or an electric stair lift . A stair chair lift can also come in many models from a few different stair chair lift manufacturers. Use Power-Pedic to find out all you need to know about how a stair chair lift will benefit you or a loved one. We’re confident that an electric stair lift will be one of the best investments you’ve made in a while.


A stair lift is a chair attached to a track that is bolted down onto a staircase. There are no structural changes made to the home. The lift can be used for carrying a person, laundry, groceries, or luggage up and down the stairs with a push of a button. Popular convenience features include swivel seats that turn away from the staircase, remote controls that send or call the lift to another floor, and a folding track at the lower landing to make the most out of small hallway space. The lifts plug into standard household outlets. Stair lifts can be placed on either side of the staircase.


1. Relieves the concern about the safety and comfort of your loved ones when you can't always be by their side.

2. Provides peace of mind that a loved one you are caring for will not fall down the stairs. Your loved one can enjoy all the comforts and amenities of the home they have grown to love over the years.

3. A stair lift will make your life, and the life of the person you are caring for, easier and safer for years to come.

4. Low cost alternative when stairs become an obstacle. When you compare the cost of adding a room to the first floor, moving to an assisted living center, or purchasing a one-story home, a stair lift is by far the most economical choice.

5. Stair lifts can be used for carrying things up and down a staircase, such as groceries, laundry, or luggage.

6. Walking up and down the stairs is one of the leading causes of falls in the home for people of any age.

7. Great solution if walking up and down stairs is a temporary obstacle.

8. Dramatically reduces the wear and tear on ankles, knees, and hip joints. Saves joint use for the activities you love to do.


1. Any Staircase, Anytime. Stair lifts can be installed on many different types of staircases: Straight, Curved, or Spiral.

2. Safety First! Stair lifts come with obstruction sensors so the lift can detect something in its path and automatically stops so you can remove it. They also include seat belts.

3. Ease of Use. Most stair lifts swivel at the top and bottom allowing the user to safely get on or off the lift. Remote controls are provided to call the stair lift up or down the stairs.

4. Blends into any home décor. Most stair lifts fold when not in use to provide easy access to the stairs. Many stair lifts offer different fabrics and colors so you can customize to your taste.

5. Options, Options, Options. Stair lifts come with many different options. Some have folding tracks, different controls, folding arms, and others that allow you to paint the rail the stair lift rides on.

Medicare does not cover stair lifts.


There are many ways to finance a stair lift including loans, grants, financing offered by dealers, home equity loans, or reverse mortgages. Below is information on several options.

  • Area Agency on Aging: Some area Agencies on Aging use funds from the Older Americans Act Title III to modify homes. To locate the area Agency on Aging in your community, call the Eldercare Locator at (800) 677-1116 or visit www.n4a.org.
  • Banks and Lenders: Some banks offer loans to finance home modification projects such as building ramps, installing lifts, widening doors, or lowering cabinets. Banks and lending agencies also offer reverse mortgages that allow homeowners to turn the value of their home into cash. Contact the local banking and lending organizations for more information. Free counseling on reverse mortgages is available from a HUD*-approved housing counseling agency. Call (888)466-3487 for a referral. (*HUD - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.)
  • Department of Housing and Community Development: Many cities and towns use Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) to help maintain and upgrade homes. Contact the local Department for more information. A listing of Housing and Community Development Agencies can be found by visiting www.nahro.org/reference/internethousing.cfm or calling the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials toll free at (877) 866-2476.
  • Federal Housing Administration (FHA): The FHA, which is part of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), administers mortgage insurance programs (e.g., Title 1 and Section 203(k)) that can help homebuyers and homeowners secure loans to make home modifications. For more information, contact the regional HUD field office listed in the telephone directory, visit www.dtinational.org/training/hudinfo/hudoffices.asp or call (202) 708-1112. The local FHA-lender can be found by visiting www.hud.gov/ll/code/llplcrit.html.
  • Health Insurance Some private health insurance and long term care insurance plans also pay for limited home modifications. Check with your insurance provider.
  • Internal Revenue Service (IRS): If the home modifications meet certain conditions, they may be tax deductible. Part of the expense of installing lifts may be deductible if they increase the resale value of the property and have been prescribed as medically necessary. Consult a tax professional and order a free copy of IRS Publication 502 for more information. Contact the IRS by visiting www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p502.pdf or call (800) 829-3676.
  • Rural Housing Services (RHS) Grants/Loans Part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the RHS offers various grants and loans for rural, low-income elders. RHS Section 502 Home Ownership Loans may be used to rehabilitate, repair, buy, build, or improve rural homes and related facilities. RHS Section 504, the Very Low-Income Housing Repair Program, provides loans and grants to very low-income persons 62 years and older to repair, improve, or modernize their dwellings, or to remove health and safety hazards. To locate the local Rural Development area offices, visit www.rurdev.usda.gov/recd_map.html. To learn more about the USDA Rural Housing Services programs, visit www.rurdev.usda.gov/rhs/Individual/ind_splash.htm or call (530)792-5820, (530)792-5848 (TDD).
  • State Assistive Technology Programs Offer loans and grants for people with disabilities and their family members. Visit www.homemods.org/pages/statefunding.html for your state contact information.
  • Veterans Administration The Veteran's Administration (VA) offers programs that pay for lifts. For more information, contact the VA Office at 1-877-222-VETS or www.va.gov.


    Can a stair lift handle any stair lift configuration?

    Stair lifts can be configured to handle any staircase. Most staircases are either straight, have a middle landing, or are curved/spiral. In some cases, a customer who has a middle landing can put 2 stair lifts in, one on the first set of steps and the other on the second set.

    Do I need to do anything special to prepare the home for a stair lift?

    Not really, unless you don't have an electrical outlet to support the operation of the stair lift. In this case, you would need an electrician to install an outlet before the stair lift is installed. In some cases, the stair rail might need to be removed if it obstructs the operation of the stair lift.

    How is the stair lift secured to the home?

    The stair lift is bolted down directly into the staircase. It requires rail brackets about every 3-4 ft.

    What is the difference between A/C and BOS? What are the pros and cons?

    An A/C unit is operated from the standard household outlet. If the electricity goes out, the stair lift will not operate. There are no ongoing costs to support the operation of this unit like there are with the BOS.

    • A BOS (Battery Operated System) is operated by standard 12V batteries. The BOS will operate if there is an electrical power failure for as long as the batteries last (typically 10 trips). Batteries for these lifts need to be changed annually. Typical cost for 12V batteries are $50-$75. 12V batteries are similar to those that operate children's Barbie or play cars driven on driveways.

    Will my stair lift operate if the power goes out?

    An A/C operated unit will not operate after the power of the house is terminated. A BOS (Battery Operated System) will work for a limited time.

    How much space does a stair lift use?

    When not in use, the lift can be folded up, maximizing space on the staircase for others. It takes up about 14" when folded and typically opens to about 25".

    Will a stair lift work for someone who also uses a wheelchair?

    Stair lifts can be useful even for someone who has limited mobility. Convenience features built into some models include folding arms that push up and out of the way, adjustable seat heights, and soft, padded seats.

    How will the stair lift look in my home?

    You can typically choose from a wide variety of colors and fabrics. Upholstery options include easy-to-care for vinyl and fabric. Chair and track colors can be chosen to blend with most home décors.

    What about safety features?

    Key safety features on most stair lifts include a seat belt, obstruction sensors that will stop the lift should something block its path, a swivel seat lock that holds the unit in place while you get on or off. Constant pressure controls ensure the lift will stop if you release your finger from the controls.

    Are stair lifts easy to care for?

    Yes. Stair lifts are designed to last for many years. Most stair lifts come with a manufacturer's warranty.

    Can a stair lift accommodate any user weight?

    Most stair lifts handle up to a 300 lb capacity. Some manufacturers offer stair lifts up to 375 lb capacity.

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