When You Want a Safe & Reliable Curved Stair Lift
Average Cost: $12-14k | Typical Lead Time: 6-8 Weeks | Manufacturer’s Warranty: Lifetime
Curved stair lifts are custom built to fit a staircase with turns, corners and multiple landings. If your stairs turn or have landings you will need a curved stair lift for the safest mobility between floors. Specializing in curved lifts for over 25 years we can build a lift to fit any type of staircase with turns, corners and separate flights. Your lift will be carefully crafted with precision for the best possible fit and designed with the ultimate in safe operation. Our Hawle curved lifts offer unparalleled quality, reliability and style with free-flowing rail designs. An innovative stair lift with heavy duty construction that gives you a solid, safe feel and comfortable ride quality.
What to know about buying a curved stair lift & common questions answered.
A good quality curved stairlift will cost $12,000 to $14,000 for a standard installation. The exact price will depend on the number of turns, bends, length of stairs and overall complexity of the design and installation. Outdoor lifts are a bit more expensive with the additional processes and materials to make them withstand the elements. The normal lead time for delivery and installation is 6-8 weeks. While this might be slightly longer than a few other models on the market it’s well worth the wait, especially if your accustomed to quality. The lifts are custom built in large sections tailored to your stairs to achieve the best possible fit. The larger sections also provide for a smoother ride and better operation than smaller rail pieces that are bolted together every few inches.
Hawle Lift installation with four turns, three landings and top 90 degree parking off the stairs for safe access.
Curved Stair Lift Rail Designs
When deciding to purchase this type of lift it is important to note the difference between double rail lifts and single rail lifts. Shown in this picture is a double rail lift. This type of lift is very reliable using less electronics and does not require stabilizing motors to maintain the lift in a level position. Also the rails are constructed in large sections with less seams and pieces making for some of the tightest turns and bends possible.
Buying Tip: Before deciding on any lift we always recommend checking sites like Consumer Affairs and researching the manufactures information. Since this type of lift is such an investment in time and money you’ll only want to do it once and a few minutes of research can make for a much better result.
Lift installation in an amazing 100 year old home and narrow stairs.
With only 29″ of width at the first turn and limited space further up a precise fit was required. Lift shown here has a bottom 180 degree parking feature to keep the stairs free and clear. This also makes for easier access while transferring in and out of the lift.
Customize Your Lift
The standard model comes with a light cream seat and track color shown in the pictures. If you would you like to customize the color of your lift we have several other colors available. With many optional upholstery colors your lift can be customized to fit any decor and on most orders at the same cost.
How a Curved Stairlift Works.
These videos demonstrate a curved starlift making a 180 degree turn at the middle landing. Most homes we install lifts in will have this type of curve or a landing with a 90 degree turn. The lift can also be configured to turn at the top or bottom landing to park off the staircase. To view a sample set of plans click here.
There is nothing that say’s quality like a lifetime warranty and that’s exactly what you get with a Hawle Lift. Over the years Hawle lifts have gained a stellar reputation for producing one of the best stairlifts available. Hawle has a proven track record of superior engineering and use of only the best materials. This combination makes for a lift with long term reliability and extremely low volume of repair calls. For more information about ordering contact us at 866-325-5438 Service Northern Virginia, Maryland, DC.