Home Chair Lifts for Stairs are experiencing a boom. Especially for seniors, being mobile inside of their own home is just as important as being mobile outside. Home Chair Lifts bring access to stairs and other floors back to seniors and disabled who have lost the mobility to safely navigate the stairs in their home.
Six Types of Minivator Disabled Stair Lift - Which is the Best Minivator Stair Lift For Your Disability? Minivator is one of the original stair lift manufacturers that designs and distributes disabled stair lifts across the globe. When your ability to climb stairs on your own has been impaired, or if you just feel that walking up and down the stairs presents high degree of risk of falling down, then you owe it to yourself to take a look at installing a staircase chair lift in your home. The satisfied owners of disabled stair lifts really enjoy how they are able to move from floor to floor effortlessly. For many people, a disabled stair lift is a difference between being able to stay at home with the family, and needing to move into an assisted living facility. This can be a worrisome thought for many as they watch their physical strength or dexterity wane. In this report we will take a look at six types of Minivator disabled stair lifts. After you have looked at all of them, you will have a much better idea what staircase chair lift might be the most suitable for you. The six types of Minivators are: Minivator Simplicity, and Minivator Simplicity Plus, Minivator 1000 Indoor, Minivator 1000 Outdoor, Minivator 2000 and Minivator Perch. Let's take a quick look at each individually: Minivator Simplicity Minivator Simplicity Stair Lift is a low end model. It does skimp on some luxuries such as power foot rest, and power swivel chair but it won't skimp on the safety features. Minivator Simplicity Plus Simplicity Plus is an upgraded version of Minivator Simplicity that does feature additional comforts such as automatic, power foot rest and power swivel chair. This will make it more comfortable, perhaps even safer, to exit the chair at the top of the stairs. On top of that, multiple color options for the upholstery are available to match your interior design. Minivator 1000 The Minivator 1000 is another, more recent choice for the straight stairlift. It comes in several colors, and with optional power foot rest and power swivel chair. Minivator 2000 This is the Minivator's curved stair lift option. Its twin-rail system will allow it to be installed on narrow stairs with multiple hard bends without any problems. The Minivator 2000 comes in any color you choose to match your house interior. The power swivel chair and the power foot rest are available as well. Minivator 1000 Outdoor This is a weatherized version of the Minivator 1000. As Minivator 1000 already comes with an aluminum rail, it only takes a protective cover to make it an outdoor elevator. Minivator Perch When you just need a straight stair lift but your stairs are very narrow, then Minivator Perch is a good option. Instead of sitting, you will be perched throughout the ride. The seat belt will still be used and you will be able to use a special rail to hold on to during the ride. For more information on these types of Minivator stairlifts, and to compare them with other brands, please see the site http://electricstairlifts.org.
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