How to shop for a Used Stair Lift - Part 1
When shopping for a
used stair lift there are
several mistakes that “first-timers” or “newbies” either make or
ultimately create for themselves. The purpose of this article is to
guide you, the reader, into a plan that will help you find the perfect
used stair lift and avoid common pitfalls.
There are several key areas of focus that we will
be going over today. Some areas we will be focusing on are: motherboards
vs. stair lifts without motherboards, Self-install vs. Company install,
and “the warranty” to name a few.
These areas, as you will find in your endeavors, will prove to be
I will be guiding you along a three step process
that will enable you to locate and purchase a used stair lift in a
confident, well thought out manner… versus aimlessly walking in the
dark and hoping to find that elusive deal that more often than not comes
with strings attached.
Shall we begin?
Step one in shopping for a used stair lift would be
Take time to Research
people will buy at once, but a big proportion will wait to think things
over” I read this in an article for tips on selling. I can tell
you from my experience that this is true and is a huge help in
determining exactly what is out there. The more that you can equip
yourself ahead of time, the better off you will be in the end when it
comes down to the actual purchase.
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If you ever go into a Starbucks, you will notice on
their front counter, between the registers, sits an impulse fixture.
This is designed to lure the customer into in impulse buy, and more
often than not achieves its purpose. With the right research you will
avoid that hassle. Some areas of research are:
Self install vs. Company install: There are many
different kinds of stair lifts out there, all with different set-ups and
designs… some very simple, others extremely difficult. A lot of the
stair lifts that are advertised as “self-install” aren’t too
difficult to install and with the instructions and a little elbow
grease, you can usually breeze through one of those in about 2 ½ hours
or less. Other stair lifts that are much more complicated usually
require a trained technician that has been doing installs on a regular
basis and would know exactly how to trouble shoot
any problems you may come across. All in all, I would recommend getting
the stair lift installed by professionals who can insure that everything
is accurate and in place. This may cost you a little more money upfront,
but having peace of mind with whoever will be using this, is well worth
the small investment.
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you would a mortgage or a car. When you request help from us, we
provide you with quotes from 3 different stair lift companies.
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Used Stair Lifts Part 2
Used Stair Lifts Part 3