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Be able to Stay in Your Eugene Home for Longer

With a new stair lift you may be able to stay in your Eugene home for much more, without having to move to a new and unfamiliar area. It makes going up and down the stairs every day a pleasure action instead of a distressing one, and will allow you to stay in the house you adore for years more than you normally could.

No More Worrying About The Well-Being of Loved Ones

For the children of aging parents, of if their parent is still healthy and not trapped the daily worry is a daily fear. By including a stair lift to the house, you can significantly reduce this worry, and make life easier for everyone about, understanding the stairs now are much safer than before.

Greatly Increase Resale Value to Your Eugene House

As the baby boomer population continues to get older, availability and freedom gear already set up in your Oregon home will be a significant asset. It will make your home more precious, and be purchased faster in the event that something occurs. A fresh elevator can significantly increase the value of your Eugene residence.


Here at Cain’s Freedom OR , we understand that making home modifications may appear out of the inquiry, as it seems impossible or unaffordable. Staff and our professional installers simplify the procedure for staying mobile for the elderly, disabled, or briefly injured citizenry of Eugene.

Decide to set the heads of friends and relatives at ease.

We worry about people who are closest to us. Peace of mind is an important part of dwelling in an emotionally supportive manner. What happens to your own body, for example, anxiety that you expertise with the loss of your mobility and independence affects people you love, and that includes neighbors, family, coworkers and friends.

Your family will appreciate that you have taken steps to help them help you, but also that one can recover some of your autonomy safely and securely in Eugene.

For several loved ones, it pains them to see you suffer and they want you to make this part of your life simpler.

When you’ve got a stairlift properly installed by our Eugene team, then your loved ones can stop envisioning the worst when you are alone at home. They can feel more assured that you’re getting around your house and they are able to put to rest the concept of putting you into an unfamiliar setting at a care facility.

By giving your loved ones peace of mind, you can stay in your house along with your family can enjoy the time on you, since you will have fewer things to worry about.

Alleviating pain for the fastest growing segment of the population in the world is part of what makes our communities supportive.

Doctors declare that aged patients often believe that it’s, although pain does not have to be a regular process of aging. Pain can impair your day-to-day activities and may interfere to your social life. Some loved ones depending on how much pain their chronic condition brought them on a daily basis and even withdraw from activities. Huge numbers of people suffer according to the American Pain Society and try to find relief or several of them fail to seek treatment.

By installing a stairlift in your Eugene home, you can decrease your suffering and still remain mobile.

Perhaps the pain won’t go away entirely and you still have to get yourself to talk to your doctor about how to recover control over your life. In the meantime, a stairlift won’t fill you with anxiety every time you walk up the stairway. Seniors or those who are challenged by mobility who endure a fall-related injury often require lifelong care later, or worse, entirely remove living alone.

A stairlift will remove the chances as well as the fears that you’ll aggravate your pain.

With a stairlift, you will not have a debilitating tumble. It’s possible for you to alleviate the pain by relying on our professional technicians to get you off your feet into a stairlift that will take you up and down those stairs that are menacing, that you now experience.

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

Now because you deserve options that can improve your own life, you can pursue your day-to-day activities with relaxation and advantage and quit the excruciating painful journey.

Appreciate constantly, effort and love you’ve put into your home once again.

We all need to be mindful in our lives and that means paying attention to our current needs. If you’re ready to fit a stairlift into your Eugene home, without altering the character of your house, our Oregon team is prepared to install one in your home right away.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) Is there any permanent damage when installing one of these lifts?

No. One of the reasons that the stairlifts are attached to the stairs is to protect your Eugene home from damage related to installation. The treads of the stairs can handle the few screws. The holes are easy to cover. The carpeting will even have holes in it. The complete worth of your home will not depreciate. Realtors used to advocate that a stairlift be removed prior to putting your house out there, yet given increased life expectancy, in case you plan on selling your home, this isn't any longer the case.

2) Does AETNA cover the cost of these lifts?

No. Aetna bases this conclusion on whether several standards are satisfied. 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 disorder; (3) and the seat lift mechanism should be prescribed to effect improvement, or arrest or retard deterioration in the member's condition; (4) and once standing, the member must possess the capacity to ambulate. Subsequently, Aetna would consider seat lift mechanisms medically necessary durable medical equipment (DME). However, Aetna does not cover stairlifts because they are considered house changes. They basically follow the rules for lift mechanisms of Medicare as described in the question that handles Medicare coverage of these medical devices.

3) How are you supposed to run power to a stair lift?

Electric power (AC) stairlifts need a grounded regular 110v/20 amp wall socket found at or near the bottom or top of the stairs. Plug in the DC powered stairlift when it is not used to recharge the battery. There are additionally DC powered units that empower the AC electricity to always charge the batteries while the stairlift uses the DC power from the batteries. The battery used stairlift will continue to run until it runs out of electricity if there's a power outage. The DC stairlift WOn't run in case the transformer burns out and you also must have the charger.

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

Medicare does not cover stairlift equipment and installation prices, for the reason that they're house alterations, not durable medical equipment. Durable medical equipment contains lifts which are used to help a patient in out of a chair or bed. In Oregon, persons with limited financial resources may be qualified for the Oregon Medicaid COPES Waiver, recently replaced by the Community First Choice Alternative. It empowers individuals who require nursing home level attention to receive that attention at home and supports independent living, including coverage for home modifications. Family members can be compensated for providing caregiving aid. It's best to review insurance policies that are different. Some private health or long-term care insurance can help pay for house alterations that are limited. Check with your Eugene insurance insurance company to review policy alternatives.

5) How much do stair lifts costs?

Based on Consumer Affairs, the top nine stairlift brand names starting with the finest-rated comprise: Acorn Stairlifts, Accessible Building, Ascent Stairlifts, Silver Cross, Bruno, AmeriGlide, Country Home Elevator, 101 Mobility and Stannah. Pros rate these suitability because of situation, and based on a variety of characteristics, factors. Several companies usually do not publicize their prices, since every stairway is different. The cost can range from $1,200 to over $10,000, averaging around $3,500 for a straight stairs. Stairlifts that are used can cost under $2,000. Rental and aid systems are available. $6,000 and for a custom curved railing stairway prices are around $10,000. to for a straight flight of stairs appear to spend between $2,500 While some usually do not include installment in the cost, some products are sold as complete packages including installment plus a guarantee. The shape of the stairwell, the span of the seat style, the path, labor, as well as the characteristics you need decide the price.

6) How are they powered?

Here's another remote to add to your collection in the event you have ever fought for the remote. You can save energy by turning it away with the remote also when you are not using the stairlift. Stairlifts come in both battery-powered (D/C) and electrical (A/C) models. One consideration is whether you reside in a region that experiences lots of power outages, because you don't need to be stranded mid-elevator during a thunderstorm. (However, ask the manufacturer about the backup power system which should be included in your version.) Additionally, consider the price of replacing the battery as well as the life of the battery. Normally, determined by the brand, it costs $30-$160 to replace the battery or batteries . While some favor electric models for reasons ranging from battery life to some apparatus issues particular to battery versions, others favor battery-powered stairlifts, because they can result in lower electric bills, although the cost of the electricity to use the stairlift has been considered negligible by most manufacturers. You really do not have to plug in a battery charger after every use, since the battery version has a wall plug to maintain the battery charged. Another thing to think about is the way inclined the user is, wires have to be disconnected and reconnected to fit the new battery and because housing and the seat on some versions have to be removed. Occasionally, this becomes a service call to an installer to create life easier. Request directions and see if it's something that youwill want to replace yourself. We'd be very happy to assist you. Make sure there's a spark plug within a few feet of the lift, in the event you decide on an electric version. No special outlets are needed. Request the best way to change the back up fuse on an electrical stairlift.

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

According to AARP, a couple of grants are offered by The Department of Veterans Affairs to qualified veterans with disabilities for safety developments in the house. Those include: the Home Improvements and Structural Alternations (HISA) Grant; The Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) grant; and also the Special Dwelling Variation (SHA) grant. Upon qualification, a veteran can receive either and both a HISA grant SHA or a SAH grant. Contact the VA and ask for VA form 10-0103 to apply for the HISA grant. Contact the form 26-4555 to apply for a SAH or SHA grant. For information on all benefits phone 1 800 827 1000.

8) Can a stair lift go around corners?

Yes. Although straight stairlifts are frequently not as expensive, curved stairlifts can be custom built to fit any stairway. Modern railing layouts can help the stairlift traveling around corners snugly, comfortably, and effortlessly to suit your lifestyle, leaving lots of room for people to walk up and down the stairs.

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

The complete value of your home will not depreciate. Should you plan on selling your Eugene dwelling, realtors used to urge that a stairlift be removed prior to placing your house on the Oregon market, however given increased life expectancy, this is not any longer the case. You go or can even totally remove the stairlift with no signs of installment when you need or want it. Realtors can list the house is suitable for reachable independent living and that the stairlift is a high utility value for disabled people and if a purchaser wants it removed, then that chance is offered by them.

10) Does AARP cover the cost of these lifts?

AARP isn't a provider of insurance, but contracts with insurance companies to make coverage available to AARP members. AARP doesn't make health plan recommendations for individuals and does not cover the cost of any health needs or stairlifts. AARP does provide coverage like other health plans and Medicare Supplement Insurance and accessibility to health care tools to members as a resource, but member advantages are provided by third parties. Check with the plans which are listed under the membership services of AARP.

11) How are these lifts fitted?

Making your purchase can involve a fantastic deal of time, effort and decision making once you consider which features matter most to you and all the various sorts of stairlifts that are accessible to you personally that will best suit your needs. When you have determined, fitting the raise entails making certain that the best focus is given to the system fitting correctly in order that you do not have to worry about its security or dependability. Your best bet will be to have it fit by licensed Eugene professionals. These certified professionals quantify the step heights and pitch angle to achieve precision. The professional will go to the website--indoor or outside--and discover how the stairlift can fit your stairs. They're going to fasten the track with supports fixed to the staircase to the stairs. Frequently people wonder if it is connected to the wall, but the stairlift is straight fitted via the floor covering of the stairway. The railing fastener points are reachable over the top of any carpeting you may have on the steps.

12) How fast do stairlifts go?

Generally the speed ranges from 13.78 feet per minute to 29.53 feet per minute with the speed changing with the rider's weight, all within the recommended industry standard. The maximum speed in the US is 40 feet per minute. Units can have an emergency brake safety feature in case you feel out of control descending. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers manages the standards for stairs chair lifts for issues of public safety, including speed under ASME A18.1.. Some manufacturers offer a varying speed of 0 to 38 feet per minute.

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