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5 Ways to Renovate for Home Accessibility

5 Ways to Renovate for Home Accessibility

5 Ways to Renovate for Home Accessibility

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Home Accessibility Stats

~The National Library of Medicine

2.7 Million Wheelchair Users + Millions of other people with mobility issues

Most Homes aren't built to accomodate handicap access.

Home Accessibility Stats

Why do people renovate for home accessibility? As mobility changes, homes need to be modified to accommodate changing needs.  According to The National Library of Medicine, there are 2.7 million wheelchair users in the United States.  Mobility — the ability to move or walk freely and easily — is critical for functioning well and living independently for everyone. Additionally, as we age, we may also experience changes to our mobility. There are many reasons for these changes, including changes in gait (how we walk), balance, and physical strength.  Therefore the need for accessible housing is often understated and overlooked until a need arises.

Unfortunately, not all homes are built to accommodate handicap accessibility. The good news is there are many ways you can renovate your home to create a more accessible space. By establishing a budget, renovating the structure of your home, improving tight spaces, purchasing new appliances, and hiring professional help if needed, your home will be more efficient for handicap accessibility.

Whether you or a loved one are currently in a wheelchair, you’re trying to get ahead of old age, or you’d like to make your home a more welcoming space for handicapped guests, below are five ways to help you get started. 

Whatever your budget, situation, or level of construction expertise is, there are many ways to create a more accessible space. By starting with the most important projects first and working your way down the list, your home’s mobility will improve in no time. Remember, not everything needs to be updated right away. Don’t forget to reference the helpful tips above to help renovate your home for increased accessibility.   Each step is an investment in creating a home that you can live in for your lifetime.

Establish a Budget

Before diving into the renovations, start by establishing a realistic budget. The cost of home renovations can add up fast, so by adding a little extra wiggle room in your budget, you’ll be able to make bigger renovation projects for a more wheelchair-friendly space. To help afford these projects, look into utilizing your home’s equity. Tapping into funds through the equity in your home will allow you to allocate money for the cost of each expense upfront. Another way to help pay for the renovations is by dipping into your retirement accounts (if you’re retired already). If you’re not retired yet, set money aside from each paycheck to put towards the expenses. Remember, you don’t have to tackle every project right away. Start with the most important first and work your way down the list.

Renovate the Structure

There are many ways to update the structure of your home to accommodate wheelchairs. Among the most popular is building a wheelchair-accessible entranceway. This can be done by installing a wheelchair-accessible ramp. Doorway ramps are crucial, especially if your entranceway has steps to get to the front door. Then, make sure a wheelchair can fit through the doorway by accurately adjusting doorway measurements. To reduce strain on the wheelchair user’s shoulders, the threshold should be lower than half an inch with a 36-inch wide door frame. Another major structure update is expanding the garage so a wheelchair-accessible van can fit into the space. This would be beneficial to avoid rain or snow when exiting the vehicle.

Improve Tight Spaces

Maneuvering through your home can be tricky in a wheelchair with tight spaces. Start by eliminating any unnecessary clutter or furniture that might get in the way. Replace all the doors and install wheelchair-accessible door frames. If possible, try to make sure each room has a 5-foot radius of turning space. If the bedrooms are small and you have the space, knock down a wall to create a larger room. For a more wheelchair-accessible space, lower the countertops in the kitchen and bathroom along with the cabinets so they’re not too high up. This will allow you to utilize the kitchen without added complications.

Purchase New Appliances

Don’t forget about purchasing wheelchair-friendly appliances for your home. Start with one room at a time. For the bathroom, purchase a wheelchair-accessible shower, sink, and toilet, along with helpful accessories like a handlebar to assist in getting up and down. Make sure the toilet is lower so that it’s easier to maneuver to and from the wheelchair. For the kitchen, look into purchasing a side-by-side fridge to avoid the freezer being up top. This will make it possible to get into both the fridge and freezer, especially for shorter wheelchair users. For more accessibility, buy a stove with the knobs in the front rather than the back. If you don’t want to purchase a whole new kitchen sink, replace your current faucet with a longer one. Don’t forget about the smaller appliances, like under-cabinet jar openers, and automatic soap dispensers. Smaller updates will be a quick and easy way to achieve more mobility in your home.

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Another type of “appliance” you may want to consider is a stairlift.  Often, people choose a stairlift when they begin to have issues climbing stairs.

Hire Professional Help

If you’re currently in a wheelchair or you don’t have a wide background in construction to make the renovations yourself, try finding a local contractor that specializes in accessibility to help.  It isn’t uncommon for EZ Able® to visit homes and find unsafe ramps which are too steep for safe access.  Often these ramps are missing handrails and built with a plywood surface that will become extremely slippery with a thin layer of frost or mold.  The cheapest bid isn’t always the way to go when it comes to accessibility.  A modification or device doesn’t do you any good if it doesn’t work for your specific needs and if it could be the source for further injury. Don’t be afraid to ask for as much help as possible to get the job done.

Whatever your budget, situation, or level of construction expertise is, there are many ways to create a more accessible space. By starting with the most important projects first and working your way down the list, your home’s mobility will improve in no time. Remember, not everything needs to be updated right away. Don’t forget to reference the helpful tips above to help renovate your home for increased accessibility.   Each step is an investment in creating a home that you can live in for your lifetime.  

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CLICK to view prices.  EZ Able® offers many affordable choices for your needs.  Call 877-392-2531 for details.  Need help finding the right lift?  EZ Able® offers many affordable, safe and reliable choices for your needs.  All of our lifts meet tough safety standards. 

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Not all stairways are straight runs.  A curved stairlift accommodates stairways were there are turns.

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CLICK to view prices.  EZ Able® offers many affordable choices for your needs.  Call 877-392-2531 for details.  Need help finding the right lift?  EZ Able® offers many affordable, safe and reliable choices for your needs.  All of our lifts meet tough safety standards. 

Curves or Radius Stairways

CLICK TO VIEW Curved Stairlifts for Home or Business

Not all stairways are straight runs.  A curved stairlift accommodates stairways were there are turns.

Stairlift Cost | Grand Rapids, Michigan

Stairlift Cost | Grand Rapids, Michigan

Straight Stairlifts

CLICK to view prices.  EZ Able® offers many affordable choices for your needs.  Call 877-392-2531 for details.  Need help finding the right lift?  EZ Able® offers many affordable, safe and reliable choices for your needs.  All of our lifts meet tough safety standards. 

Curves or Radius Stairways

CLICK TO VIEW Curved Stairlifts for Home or Business

Not all stairways are straight runs.  A curved stairlift accommodates stairways were there are turns.

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Straight Stairlifts

CLICK to view prices.  EZ Able® offers many affordable choices for your needs.  Call 877-392-2531 for details.  Need help finding the right lift?  EZ Able® offers many affordable, safe and reliable choices for your needs.  All of our lifts meet tough safety standards. 

Curves or Radius Stairways

CLICK TO VIEW Curved Stairlifts for Home or Business

Not all stairways are straight runs.  A curved stairlift accommodates stairways were there are turns.

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Enjoy your home in comfort and safety with an EZ Able® stair lift. We offer straight & curved stair lifts feature different lifting capacities and power options, but every stair lift is hand-crafted with care for exceptional performance and dependability.

Indoor & Outdoor Lifts Available

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Stairlift FAQs

What Kind of a Stairlift do I need?
Chair lifts for stairs are ideal for those who may be able to stand but face difficulty making the climb. Whether your staircase is a straight, curved, indoor or outdoor, our team will help you find the appropriate lift solution for your or a loved one’s lifestyle while meeting any necessary property requirements.
What is the best lift for my home?
Call us at 877.392.2531 and we’ll schedule a free evaluation and talk with you about your specific needs. We will help determine what lift is right for you, take measurements, and install for you!

  • Straight Rail: A straight rail lift is ideal for steps or traditionally straight staircases. Our skilled technicians may combine two sets for easy and safe passage up the stairs for years to come.
  • Curved Rail: Allow us to custom build a lift for your elegantly curved stairway. Curved staircases or several straight staircases connected by landings usually require a curved rail stair lift installation.
  • Outdoor: Worried about your loved one slipping on slick outdoor steps? Outdoor lifts are ideal for safely getting users up raised landings, straight or curved stairways, porches, and decks outside the home.
  • Incline Platform Lift for Stairs: Take the stairs without leaving your wheelchair! Incline lifts conveniently allow users to roll onto a platform and travel up or down the stairways natural incline at the push of a button.
  • Porch Lifts: Also called a vertical platform lift, porch lifts allow users to safely reach their decks or porches. Porch lifts carry users directly above or below and are often recommended as space-saving accessibility solutions.
How Do Stairlifts Attach to the Stairs?
Our lifts come with feet that are attached to the rail and screwed into stairway floor for ultimate stability. EZ Able’s skilled service technicians can install your stair lift on numerous staircase surfaces such as carpet, hardwoods, concrete, and even tile or marble with special consideration and hardware.
How Much Does a Stairlift Cost?
A professionally installed stair lift can cost about $3,000 to $5,000—that’s about the average monthly cost of assisted living.

The cost may vary depending on the brand and specific features needed. For example, some custom curve rail configurations can cost over $13,000.

If you need help paying for your stair lift, there are grants and organizations that can offer assistance if you qualify.

Do Your Offer Stairlift Rentals?
Currently, EZ Able® does not offer stair lift rentals.

Why Choose EZ Able®?

Made in USA + Local Service

Choose EZ Able®

EZ Able® is with you every step of the way.

From your first call - to evaluation, installation, and product maintenance - EZ Able® is an elevator company who's customer service is world-class and yet still personal.

During your free evaluation, your sales representative will talk to you about your specific elevator lift needs, assess your plans, and we'll work to offer recommendations to fit your needs, budget and timeline.

EZ Able® always provides a written cost estimate along with information on what to expect during your elevator lift installation.

EZ Able® customer service is available anytime to answer your questions and concerns.

PROVEN TRACK RECORD

Since 2008, EZ Able® has been serving the Accessibility Needs of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan and has earned an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau.

QUALITY LIFTS - MADE IN North America.
  • Best in Class
  • Approved for Installation in Michigan
  • Installed by Licensed Elevator Journeymen
  • All EZ Able® sold & installed lifts are covered by 1-year free warranty service

Use Bruno stair lifts to go up and down your stairs safely.

Setting the standard for stair lift design and dependability, there’s a Made in USA Bruno stair lift for every budget and space. Discover which stair lift model is right for your unique home and needs.

"I liked the service & every contact I had with EZ Able®. Very quick service!"

— Pat S., Retired R.N., Frankfort

Why Wait? Schedule an In-Home Assessment TODAY!

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Stairlift Cost | Grand Rapids, Michigan

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Stairlift Cost 

Straight Stairlifts

CLICK to view prices.  EZ Able® offers many affordable choices for your needs.  Call 877-392-2531 for details.  Need help finding the right lift?  EZ Able® offers many affordable, safe and reliable choices for your needs.  All of our lifts meet tough safety standards. 

Curves or Radius Stairways

CLICK TO VIEW Curved Stairlifts for Home or Business

Not all stairways are straight runs.  A curved stairlift accommodates stairways were there are turns.

Straight Stairlifts

CLICK to view prices.  EZ Able® offers many affordable choices for your needs.  Call 877-392-2531 for details.  Need help finding the right lift?  EZ Able® offers many affordable, safe and reliable choices for your needs.  All of our lifts meet tough safety standards. 

Curves or Radius Stairways

CLICK TO VIEW Curved Stairlifts for Home or Business

Not all stairways are straight runs.  A curved stairlift accommodates stairways were there are turns.

Bruno Elite Stairlift

Call 877-392-2531 | 24/7 – 365 Days a Year

Request a FREE Quote

Get Started Now

Schedule FREE In-Home Survey

– OR –

Call 877-392-2531

– OR –

Take Your Time & Get More Information

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We can’t think of even ONE suggestion. Great communication & overall efficiency. From each phone contact with Jody, the estimate, to subsequent timely emails, to Justin’s installation & clear instruction, the billing process – everything “top drawer”.

Jeri P.

November 2022

Enjoy your home in comfort and safety with an EZ Able® stair lift. We offer straight & curved stair lifts feature different lifting capacities and power options, but every stair lift is hand-crafted with care for exceptional performance and dependability.

Indoor & Outdoor Lifts Available

Green Checkmark

Attaches to the stair treads

Green Checkmark

No Structural Changes Needed

Green Checkmark

Affordable & Reliable

 

Green Checkmark

Folds Away when not in use

Green Checkmark

optional hinged rail

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  • ZSTRAIGHT STAIRS
  • ZSTAIRS WITH TURNS
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Stairlift FAQs

What Kind of a Stairlift do I need?
Chair lifts for stairs are ideal for those who may be able to stand but face difficulty making the climb. Whether your staircase is a straight, curved, indoor or outdoor, our team will help you find the appropriate lift solution for your or a loved one’s lifestyle while meeting any necessary property requirements.
What is the best lift for my home?
Call us at 877.392.2531 and we’ll schedule a free evaluation and talk with you about your specific needs. We will help determine what lift is right for you, take measurements, and install for you!

  • Straight Rail: A straight rail lift is ideal for steps or traditionally straight staircases. Our skilled technicians may combine two sets for easy and safe passage up the stairs for years to come.
  • Curved Rail: Allow us to custom build a lift for your elegantly curved stairway. Curved staircases or several straight staircases connected by landings usually require a curved rail stair lift installation.
  • Outdoor: Worried about your loved one slipping on slick outdoor steps? Outdoor lifts are ideal for safely getting users up raised landings, straight or curved stairways, porches, and decks outside the home.
  • Incline Platform Lift for Stairs: Take the stairs without leaving your wheelchair! Incline lifts conveniently allow users to roll onto a platform and travel up or down the stairways natural incline at the push of a button.
  • Porch Lifts: Also called a vertical platform lift, porch lifts allow users to safely reach their decks or porches. Porch lifts carry users directly above or below and are often recommended as space-saving accessibility solutions.
How Do Stairlifts Attach to the Stairs?
Our lifts come with feet that are attached to the rail and screwed into stairway floor for ultimate stability. EZ Able’s skilled service technicians can install your stair lift on numerous staircase surfaces such as carpet, hardwoods, concrete, and even tile or marble with special consideration and hardware.
How Much Does a Stairlift Cost?
A professionally installed stair lift can cost about $3,000 to $5,000—that’s about the average monthly cost of assisted living.

The cost may vary depending on the brand and specific features needed. For example, some custom curve rail configurations can cost over $13,000.

If you need help paying for your stair lift, there are grants and organizations that can offer assistance if you qualify.

Do Your Offer Stairlift Rentals?
Currently, EZ Able® does not offer stair lift rentals.

Why Choose EZ Able®?

Made in USA + Local Service

Choose EZ Able®
EZ Able® is with you every step of the way.

From your first call to evaluation, installation, and warrantied product maintenance. During your free evaluation, a factory-certified technician will talk to you about your specific needs, assess your stairway, and take detailed measurements.

You will receive a written cost estimate along with information on what to expect during the installation. EZ Able® is available any time you have questions and concerns.

QUICK DELIVERY
We typically install within 2 – 7 business days.
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PROVEN TRACK RECORD
Since 2008, EZ Able® has been serving the Stairlift Needs of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan and has earned an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau.
QUALITY LIFT - MADE IN U.S.A.
  • Best in Class
  • Approved for Installation in Michigan
  • Installed by Factory Certified Installers
  • Backed by Bruno GOLD WARRANTY
  • All EZ Able® installed lifts are covered by 1-year free service

Use Bruno stair lifts to go up and down your stairs safely.

Setting the standard for stair lift design and dependability, there’s a Made in USA Bruno stair lift for every budget and space. Discover which stair lift model is right for your unique home and needs.

"I liked the service & every contact I had with EZ Able®. Very quick service!"

— Pat S., Retired R.N., Frankfort

Why Wait? Schedule an In-Home Assessment TODAY!

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Finding the Right Stairlift

Finding the Right Stairlift

Stairlifts Michigan

1) The State of Michigan has specific laws regarding stair lifts for both residential and commercial installations.

  • Stair lifts installed in Michigan MUST be an approved stair lift. There is a limited number of stairlifts that have been approved for installation in Michigan. Michigan only approves stair lifts that meet Michigan’s tough safety standards.
  • Stair lifts installed in Michigan MUST be installed by either a Manufacturer Trained and Certified Technician or an Elevator Journeyman/Contractor.
Straight Stairlifts

CLICK to view prices.  EZ Able® offers many affordable choices for your needs.  Call 877-392-2531 for details.  Need help finding the right lift?  EZ Able® offers many affordable, safe and reliable choices for your needs.  All of our lifts meet tough safety standards. 

Curves or Radius Stairways

CLICK TO VIEW Curved Stairlifts for Home or Business

Not all stairways are straight runs.  A curved stairlift accommodates stairways were there are turns.

Straight Stairlifts

CLICK to view prices.  EZ Able® offers many affordable choices for your needs.  Call 877-392-2531 for details.  Need help finding the right lift?  EZ Able® offers many affordable, safe and reliable choices for your needs.  All of our lifts meet tough safety standards. 

Curves or Radius Stairways

CLICK TO VIEW Curved Stairlifts for Home or Business

Not all stairways are straight runs.  A curved stairlift accommodates stairways were there are turns.

2) How do you know if your stair lift meets Michigan’s safety requirements?

  • Only purchase from a reputable APPROVED Vendor of the Brand that you are buying.  This dealer should also operate in Michigan.  Different states have different rules.
  • All Michigan approved stairlifts go through a complete safety check to make sure that they meet Michigan’s high safety standards.  Stairlifts are NOT all manufactured to the same standard.  Make sure that your lift is approved in Michigan BEFORE you buy.

3) You found a great deal online.  Should I buy there?  The answer is – it depends.

Does the online retailer offer installation in your area? 1. If the answer is yes, then you should pay extra and have the retailer’s trained and certified technician install your lift.  Most manufacturers actually REQUIRE that your lift is installed by a trained professional.  Ask lots of questions if the online retailer is willing to sell directly to you. 2. If the answer is no, then you are risking your warranty by having a non-certified technician install your stair lift.  More importantly you are risking your safety too. NOTE: Most manufacturers of quality built stair lifts have rules that forbid dealers from selling stairlifts direct to the public for self-installation.  You should consider it a ” RED FLAG” if you find any dealer that will sell a stair lift for self installation

4) Buying Online?  Who will service your lift if you have problems?

  • Did you know that having an uncertified technician work on your stair lift may void it’s warranty?
  • Did you know that having an uncertified technician install your lift may void it’s warranty?

5) Buying Used? How do you know if you are buying a stair lift that will work in your home?

  • Many Stair Lifts are specific to the left or right side of the stairs.  These lifts can’t be moved from one side of the stairs to another.  Does the lift that you are considering match your home?
  • Is the stairway where the lift is currently installed, shorter than your stairway?  Many manufacturers don’t allow their dealers to sell ANY part direct to the public.  Replacement parts are always dramatically more expensive than the original parts that came with the unit.
  • Have you seen the stair lift in operation or is it sitting in storage?  How do you know that the lift works?
  • How old is the lift?  Manufacturers aren’t required to keep parts available longer than 7 years after the model run.  The parts that you need to install the lift may no longer be available.
  • Stair Lifts have a variety of weight capacities.  Will the Stair Lift you are considering carry you safely?
  • Before you buy a used Stair Lift ALWAYS add up the costs which include:
    • Research Time will be required to learn about the Stair Lift you are considering and make sure that it is the right model for you and your home
    • Shipping Cost
    • Labor to Remove and Re-Install
    • Parts
    • Considering a Refurbished Unit?  Refurbished by who? To our knowledge, no manufacturer offers training on how to safely an d properly refurbish a stairlift.  What safety and engineering standards are the company using when “refurbishing” stairlifts?
    • ONCE you add up all of the real costs of buying used, you’ll likely find that you can purchase a new lift with a great warranty for around the same price, or sometimes even LESS than the total cost of a used lift

6) Work with PROFESSIONALS

EZ Able® offers installation through-out the lower Peninsula of Michigan.

EZ Able® also includes 1-year of service with every EZ Able® stair lift purchase.

EZ Able® is an A+ Rated Better Business Bureau Business.

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Stair Lift | Bruno Elite Overview

Model: SRE 2010

Combine quality, comfort and style with an Elite stair lift

The Bruno Elite stair lift offers worry-free access.

Premium stair lift design seamlessly blends into your home’s environment. Consider options such as power swivel seat and power folding footrest to customize your Elite stair lift to match your unique situation.

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Reliable, smooth, easy-to-use
  • Space-saving design installs close to wall
  • Offset swivel seat swivels and extends away from steps
  • Ultra compact when arms, footrest, seat folded
  • Smooth, quiet ride
  • Retractable seat belt and obstruction safety sensors
  • Dependable service even in power outage
  • Vertical rail with covered gear rack for clean appearance

Technical Specs

Specs

Vertical Rail: Installs within 5 in (127 mm) of the wall

Seat pad size: 17.5 in wide x 15 in deep (445 mm x 381 mm)

Footrest size: 10 in long x 9 in deep (254 mm x 229 mm)

Adjustable width between arms: 15.75 in – 21.75 in (451 mm – 552 mm) between arms

Safety

Obstruction sensors

Seat belt

Offset swivel seat

Power

Two 12-volt batteries

Continuous charge strips along rail power unit wherever it stops

 

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Very happy with our Bruno stairlift. After 3 months in the hospital, my wife didn’t want to be confined to one floor and the stair lift enable her to have a more normal life.

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PRODUCT OPTIONS

POWER SWIVEL SEAT

Control on Chair Arms or Wireless Call/Send

POWER FOLDING FOOTREST

Power Flip up Footrest when the seat is manually raised

POWER FOLDING RAIL

Power or Manual use when door or narrow hall is at the bottom of the stairs

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