Stair Lift Narrow Stairs
When you have a disability that makes it difficult or impossible to climb stairs and your home has very narrow stairs, you may feel like the situation is hopeless because it seems impossible to install a stairlift. However, this isn’t the case with a stairlift from Stannah.
Stannah has a very special stairlift design that is very compact: the Sadler stairlift. The Sadler is kept compact with a riding position that is mostly standing, with most of your weight supported by its seat. With this type of mostly-standing position, your knees will not protrude, making the rails and the stairlift itself very compact.
The Sadler works in houses & buildings with even the narrowest of staircases. In addition, the semi-standing position also makes it perfect for people with limited knee and hip flexibility. Riding the Sadler stairlift, you will be able to traverse your stairs and not have to struggle with a single stair step.
Stannah Sadler Safety
The Sadler is ridden in a semi-standing position. Thus, for safety, the Sadler has a sensor in the latch of the safety harness that prevents the Sadler from moving unless the belt is secured.
Because the seat is tilted forward a bit, it is easy to mount and dismount the Sadler. The surface of the chair is also non-slip, so your ride will be steady and secure.
All Stannah stairlifts also include on-board batteries that continue to function seamlessly even during a power outage: the batteries carry enough power for many journeys during a blackout.
To prevent damaging your property or harming anyone in the way, the safety edges of the Sadler will bring the lift to a safe smooth stop when the lift makes contact with any object or person on the stairs.
Other Great Features
As already mentioned, it is easy to get on and off the Sadler, allowing you to easily get back onto your feet again on your own, because you never really fully sit down.
The narrow profile of the Sadler also means that it doesn’t use much space on your stairs. It takes up even less space when you fold it up, simply by lifting its armrests. And the Sadler is a champ on stairs that curve or have bends, making it easy to install on almost any type of staircase.
The Sadler is also very easy to summon to your location, with call stations located upstairs and downstairs. In addition, the controls on the Sadler are well located, very intuitive and simple to operate with one hand, with the position of the controls being customizable during installation.
When you are disabled and your staircase is very narrow, the Sadler stairlift from Stannah can help you to handle that staircase, even if the stairs are bent or curved. The Sadler will enable you to get up and down those narrow stairs where other stairlifts can’t.
If you have a mobility challenge, CS Access has a mobility solution to to help you traverse floors in your home or other building. Contact us now for information and we will assist you with any lift solution needs you have.