It’s a brand new year and commonly Americans make resolutions to be happier and healthier.
Just because we are another year older doesn't mean it’s more difficult to be happier or healthier. The journey to a better you isn’t about taking big drastic steps to change but rather, change is easier to accomplish over time with small gradual steps changing the home to better suit the aging homeowner is a common and important aspect of the aging-in-home process.
Look Stairchairs staff are C.A.P.S (Certified Aging in Place specialist). What an Aging in Place Specialist is trained to do is to help people know and understand the options they have and what changes they can make that will help them stay in their home. On top of being C.A.P.S certificatied, Marilyn Look has over 30 years in commercial and residential elevators. The elevator industry is where Marilyn first discovered stairlifts. Now Look Stairchairs is now 10 years old and the experience as well as understanding of the needs of the aging that we has gained over the years is priceless.
The choice between a stairlift and an in-home residential elevator is the difference between a small change and a drastic change in the home. Home elevators start at a minimum price of $50,000 and 6 months from start to finish. The physical changes to a home. A stairlift only needs to attach to the the staircase and does not change the structure of the home.