hydro-4If you are considering adding a wheelchair lift to your home, you’ll probably be wondering if your home can support a wheelchair lift.

The first thing to know is this: Don’t be too concerned about your home’s staircase. The beauty of the wheelchair lifts offered by Apex Wheelchair Lifts is their versatility. If you have a curved, winding staircase, you want to make sure you have a wheelchair lift that will be functional.

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Put it another way: You can choose a curved, inclined wheelchair lift for your home. Such a wheelchair lift will follow a staircase around 90 degrees, 180 degrees and around custom radius turns.

In terms of set-up in your home, the preparation may be less than you think. It’s also important to trust the installation job to the professionals.

Your home will support a wheelchair lift as long as you find a suitable location for the wheelchair lift. Vertical wheelchair lifts must be installed next to a flight of stairs. This will ensure there will be no gaps between the lift’s platform and the top landing.

It’s best to let the professionals handle the installation process. Once a location is determined, it’s important to make sure there is an electrical outlet in the area. There will be other pre-installation that will need to be done.


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