Top 3 Stair Lift Companies: Acorn, Bruno, Stannah

For many people it can be hard to come to terms with the loss of mobility in their homes. Tasks that were once completed easily such as walking up and down the stairs can become increasingly difficult.

A professionally installed stair lift, from a reputable manufacturer, thus can greatly improve your quality of life.

For use in the home, there are three varying designs – straight, curved and outdoor. Most run on DC power, which reduces the potential for any hazards, since they do not have any trailing wires.

There is stiff competition among the manufacturers with plenty of models for customers to choose from. Here, we will identify and review some of the leading brands in the industry.

Acorn Stairlifts  — Based in Orlando, Florida, Acorn is the USA division of an international manufacturer of lifts, headquartered in the UK.

The company was formed in 1992, and currently is one of the largest producers and suppliers of stairlifts worldwide.

acorn stair lift modelIn addition to its standard stair chairlifts, they supply Perch Stairlifts, for those who have difficulty bending their knees, and Outdoor Stairlifts – weather-proofed and ideal for outdoor use.

Stannah Staitlifts — Stannah Group is the Britain’s largest lift manufacturer, and a family-owned company operating for more than 140 years.

Stannah product range includes Stairlift division, Passenger lift division, Escalator division, and Goods lift division.

Even though, the company manufactures different types of elevators, it is best known for its quality stair glide products.

Stannah launched its first stairlifts in 1975, and now supplies them to more than 50 countries.

In February 2011, during a high level visit from Prince Charles, the company produced its 500,000th unit.

Bruno Stair Lifts — Bruno Independent Living Aids Inc., based in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, was founding in 1984. It is a family-owned and operated company.

Bruno provides custom curved stair lifts, crafted to exact specifications of your stairway. Bruno’s curved model features an optional wrap-around park position, which saves space on the staircase and allows easy entry and exit away from the stairs. In addition, this model can be mounted on either side of the staircase.

Bruno’s line of accessibility products also includes vehicle lifts and Turning Automotive Seating.

We understand how important choosing the right stair lift is for you, and hope that you find the content on this site useful and informative. For questions or suggestions, please, don’t hesitate to contact us.
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