People take part in financial planning for a variety of life scenarios, such as having a child, buying a home, or retirement. On the same note, as a person with a disability, this is a life scenario you must plan for to ensure you are able to adequately take care of yourself financially and afford the care you need. The following are a few ways you can start preparing now for whatever disability-related expenses the future may hold.
When it comes to buying a stairlift, we believe that the best way to answer the question, “How do I know which stairlift to buy?” is this to:
Find a qualified, experienced company whom you can trust
Ask this company to help you find a safe and reliable stairlift that meets your needs, and at a fair price
Make sure it is a good quality piece of equipment with no history of recalls
If it is a new unit, insist on at least a two-year parts/one-year labor warranty
Ask if the installer has been background checked, drives a company vehicle so you know who they are, and if they work on accessibility lifts and specialty elevators for a living
Know how to reach the installing company after installation, including a physical location.
For most people, purchasing a stairlift is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Unlike purchasing a car, where you know what to expect, it is difficult to know what is “normal” when deciding which stairlift to buy. This article aims to help the many home owners and family members out there who are wondering, “How do I know which stairlift to buy?”
If your goal is to stay in the home you love, a stair lift can be the most economical and least intrusive way to solve each of the issues listed above.