Stair Lift Installation in West Kennebunk ME, 04094 Pro Stair Lifts


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Here at Stairlift Comfort Specialists, we supply and install a wide range of stairlifts in West Kennebunk ME which offer a safe and reliable solution to those who have restricted access in their home. We understand how frustrating and inconvenient it can be when the upstairs of your home becomes a restricted area due to disability or old age. That’s why we are able to provide the area of West Kennebunk with assisted living aids that can help you maintain your independence, stay safe within your home as well as manage certain conditions better.

The team here at Stairlift Comfort Specialists are dedicated to putting our customers first regardless of their specific requirements and needs. Check out the cost of stairlifts at West Kennebunk Stair Lifts and find out more about pricing today!

Straight Stairlifts

straight stair lift

We have a full range of straight stair lifts and can make them to most specifications and size.

Curved Stairlifts

curved stair lift

We can custom build our curved stair lifts to meet your exact requirements.

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Matching your requirements to a specific product is something we are fully experienced in. Not only do we ensure you receive the best stairlift for you, we will also work close to you in order to ensure that the product works around your personal situation.

Do I need a stair lift?

Do I Need A Stairlift?

Here at Stairlift Comfort Specialists, we believe that our stairlifts are designed for people who believe they have limited mobility within their home. For instance, people with conditions such as multiple sclerosis and arthritis, as well as those who have unfortunately lost strength and flexibility simply from old age or following an operation.

If you live in a home which has more than one floor, stairlifts will give you the ability to have full access to your property as well as retaining your independence. We are online specialists when it comes to disabled stairlift measuring.

If you are considering having a stairlift installed there are some important considerations that you should make before going ahead. If you have very little mobility, then a stairlift may not be the right choice for you. Our stairlifts are designed for those who are able to walk short distances but have trouble getting up and down stairs. Most stair lifts need the user to be able to sit down and bend their knees, if this is something you are restricted from doing, don’t panic; give us a call today and we will be more than happy to discuss your needs.

Straight - vs- Curved

Straight Stairlift Or Curved?

This is the biggest consideration when it comes to installing a stair lift in your home. For some this question may be straightforward, however, for others this could be quite challenging. We understand that not all staircases are straightforward; some have quarter landings others are half turn and some are even curved. This is why we offer both straight and curved stairlifts; our curved stairlifts are completely arranged and are each crafted in order to meet the dimensions and curves of your stairs. On the other hand, our straight stairlifts have a much more simpler approach.

A member of our experienced and friendly team are able to visit your home in order to measure specific parts of your staircase which will be required in order to meet your requirements.

If you are interested in our free disabled stairlift measuring service, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today by calling 877-530-6678.

Local Info

Working In West Kennebunk Maine

From West Kennebunk’s notoriety in the Victorian era and Maines popularity among the local officials, this is an area steeped in history. Working close to West Kennebunk gives us the accessibility to travel to West Kennebunk in order to provide customers with our free measuring and installation service.

Kennebunk, Maine

Kennebunk (/ˈkɛnɪbʌŋk/ or locally /ˈkɛniːbʌŋk/) is a town in York County, Maine, United States. The population was 10,798 at the 2010 census (The population does not include Kennebunkport, a separate town). Kennebunk is home to several beaches, the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, the 1799 Kennebunk Inn, many historic shipbuilders' homes, the Brick Store Museum and the Nature Conservancy Kennebunk Plains (known locally as the Blueberry Plains), with 1,500 acres (6 km²) of nature trails and blueberry fields.

First settled in 1621, the town developed as a trading and, later, shipbuilding and shipping center with light manufacturing. It was part of the town of Wells until 1820, when it incorporated as a separate town. "Kennebunk, the only village in the world so named," was featured on a large locally famous sign attached to the Kesslen Shoe Mill on Route One. To the Abenaki Indians, Kennebunk meant "the long cut bank," presumably the long bank behind Kennebunk Beach. Kennebunk's coastline is divided into three major sections. Mother's Beach, Middle Beach or Rocky Beach, and Gooch's Beach or Long Beach. Separate from Kennebunk Beach is secluded Parson's Beach, a quiet alternative to the summer crowds. Note there is some local controversy regarding the "Mother's Beach" moniker, (nickname). According to many local residents, the smaller of the three main beaches - at the intersection of Beach Ave and Ridge Ave - is officially Kennebunk Beach or, alternatively, Boothby Beach. The term Boothby beach was from the mid-1730s when a Mabel Littlefield married Richard Boothby and settled on land near what came to be known as Boothby Beach.The information about the Boothbys was taken from "Old News From Southern Maine" article on Mable and Richard Boothby, by Sharon Cummins. Many natives today may not remember it being called Boothby Beach and over the years the beach came to be known as Kennebunk Beach or Mothers Beach. Older residents also recall the name Dipsy Bath Beach, a reference to the baths once located there. The term Mother's Beach didn't come into widespread use until the mid '80s; Although other native residents will dispute that date and say they remember it being called "Mothers Beach" as far back as the late 1950s. The name likely evolved due to its small size and generally calmer water, due to the rocks under and above the ocean, thus making it a natural made harbor of refuge that is safer for swimming and which makes it popular with mothers keeping a watchful eye on their progeny, (children). The name is clearly descriptive rather than official, in spite of the recent installation of road signs pointing the way to "Mother's Beach".[5] Contradicting the above beach naming is the Town's website listing "Permits are valid for Gooch’s Beach, Kennebunk Beach (Middle Beach) and Mother’s Beach."[6] Additionally without public parking access both Libbys and Crescent beaches are in Kennebunk between Parson's beach and Mother's beach.

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When Are We Available To Work In West Kennebunk ME?

Due to us working in West Kennebunk, we are available to work within West Kennebunk at any time. We work Monday �” Saturday, 8am �” 5pm and during our working hours we aim to provide our professional disabled stairlift services to all of our customers who requires them. We also provide a free measuring service within these hours, so if you feel as though that our free disabled stairlift measuring service could benefit you, please call us today on 877-530-6678.


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